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 Browning Hi-Power
The Browning Hi-Power (nicknamed the King of Nines) is a semi-automatic 9 mm pistol designed in part by American John Browning during the last years of his life in Belgium, working for the Fabrique Nationale de Herstal Arms Company.
The pistols the Allies used were produced in Canada by John Inglis and Co. The pistols used by the Germans were produced by FN in Belgium under German occupation.
The Browning L9A1 military model of the P-35 Hi-Power is still utilized by several branches of the UK military forces.
www.archaeologics.com /Forensics-AtoC/Browning_Hi-Power.php   (1119 words)

 Browning Hi-Power Biography on DanceAge (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The Browning Hi-Power is a semi-automatic 9 mm pistol based on ideas conceived and patented in the United States in 1922 by American firearms inventor John Browning, and later, by Fabrique Nationale D'Armes De Guerre of Herstal, Belgium.
Browning died in 1926, before he had finished developing a production version, but the design was fully developed and realized through the efforts of Belgian arms designer Dieudonne Saive working at FN.
Their requirements were that the arm have a 15-round capacity and a magazine disconnect device, be chambered for the same 9mm Parabellum cartridge that Germany used, that it have an 8-inch barrel, and that it accomplish all of this without weighing more than 2.2 pounds.
www.danceage.com.cob-web.org:8888 /biography/sdmc_Browning_HP   (2179 words)

 Hi Power confusion - TheFiringLine Forums
When Browning stopped importing hi-powers for a short period, they were still imported from FN but without the browning label.
Browning was never a separate company from FN nor did it exist during JMB's lifetime.
Proving that the Browning name still sells, the most desireable guns (at least in the US) are the guns marked "Browning", second are the guns marked "Fabrique National" in large letters, and finally are the guns without a large rollmark on the slide simply marked "FN" as the manufacturer.
www.thefiringline.com /forums/showthread.php?p=2144199#post2144199   (2090 words)

 Browning Hi-Power Resource Page - browning hi-power competition model
Genuine Browning Hi-Power P-35s are still manufactured by FN Herstal (imported to North America by Browning) of Belgium and Portugal, browning hi-power grips and by FM (licensed to Fabricaciones Militares) of Argentina; remaining one of the most influential pistols in the history of small arms.
The Browning L9A1 military model of the P-35 Hi-Power is still utilized by several branches of the UK military browning hi-power variants forces.
The Browning, however, was replaced by the next novel due to cricisms that the weapon was too archaic.
www.forensico.com /For-List_of_Firearms_B-/Browning_Hi-Power.html   (1309 words)

 FN High Power   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Browning began development of the design in the early 1920s, filing a US patent application in 1923.
However, Browning died in 1926, several years before the project was completed.
Utilizing Browning's tipping barrel form of short recoil operation, the Hi Power was the first pistol to use an open lug cam below the chamber to affect unlocking of the barrel from the slide.
matrix.dumpshock.com /raygun/firearms/pistol/fn_hp.html   (582 words)

 Canadian military sidearm? - 1911Forum
This website http://www.sfu.ca/casr/101-c9mmsig.htm implies that the CF uses Sig P225's but also mentions that it is not a general replacement for the Browning Hi-Power 9mm.
Browning Hi-Power designated by English nomenclature L9A1 is still the standard issue Military handgun in Canada.
Yep, it's the Browning HP that is issued to foot soldiers.
forums.1911forum.com /showthread.php?t=117741   (2265 words)

 Equipment & Weapons
After many years using the Browning High-Power 9mm semi-automatic pistol, the SAS has now adopted the Sig-Sauer P226, a modern semi-automatic pistol.
The L9A1 Barmine is a favourite, designed for anti-tank use but readily pressed into service as an 8.4 kg slab of explosive handy for destroying enemy materiel or even on occasions (as in the Gulf War) for disposing of broken-down vehicles or casualties.
The stun grenade or 'flash-bang' is used to provide an advantage for assaulting forces in hostage rescue operations, such as the assault on the Iranian Embassy.
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Grade II Brown leather for the Sam Brown Belt.
Brown leather, has d/claw brass buckle, all covering flaps (missing two securing tabs).
Light brown leather pouch with press stud flap and belt loop to rev. Grade II Quality dark brown leather pouch with press stud flap.
www.iswright.com.au /result-militaria.php?subcat=119   (954 words)

 British Army Encyclopedia Article @ Mountie.net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The basic infantry weapons of the British Army is the SA80 assault rifle family, with several variants such as the L86A2 Light Support Weapons and the short stock variant, issued to tank crews.
The general issue sidearm is the Browning L9A1, though a search is currently underway to find a replacement for the L9A1.
Indirect fire is provided by the Minimi machine gun, 51 and 81mm Mortar, the L7 GPMG, as well as the RGGS, mounted under the barrel of the SA80 rifle.
www.mountie.net /encyclopedia/British_Army   (4484 words)

 L Series - ARRSEpedia
L4A1 7.62mm Bren LMG conversion with Mk I bipod and steel barrel.
L9A1 9mm Pistol, Browning Hi-power, previously the Pistol No.2 Mk I*.
L56.30 cal DP variant of the L3 Browning AFV MG.
www.arrse.co.uk /wiki/L_Series   (498 words)

 Australian weapons, Viet Nam and since
It was used in Vietnam as a personal weapon by staff officers, the crews of vehicles and soldiers searching confined spaces such as tunnels.
In it's civilian version it is called the Browning High Power.
This type of rifle was commonly referred to as the Jungle Carbine because it was developed for jungle warfare.
www.diggerhistory.info /pages-weapons/allied_recent.htm   (1530 words)

 Browning Model 35 Mark I* (AAA3149) - National Maritime Museum
The stock has hard composite grips, the rest of the pistol is made of steel.
This Canadian example was made by John Inglis of Toronto, Canada.
From about 1965, the P35 became the standard British service pistol known as the L9A1.
www.nmm.ac.uk /collections/explore/object.cfm?ID=AAA3149   (168 words)

 Modern equipment and uniform of the British Army - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (via CobWeb/3.1 ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The heavy machine gun of the British Army is a version of the M2 Browning weapon.
It is a 12.7-mm calibre weapon using the.50 BMG round.
Cavalry regiments wear berets of a number of colours: Royal Scots Dragoon Guards wear a grey beret, whereas the King's Royal Hussars wear a brown beret.
en.wikipedia.org.cob-web.org:8888 /wiki/Modern_equipment_and_uniform_of_the_British_Army   (2837 words)

 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Browning Hi-Power
The Browning Hi-Power is a semi-automatic 9 mm pistol based on ideas conceived and patented in the United States in 1922 by American firearms inventor John Browning, who felt that his earlier creation, the Colt M1911, while very good, was not too good to be improved upon.
He eventually took his ideas to Belgium and the arms manufacturer Fabrique Nationale de Herstal.
Browning's initial concept was for a striker-fired pistol with a single-stack magazine; consultation with Dieudonne Saive at FN apparently convinced him to revise his design to incorporate a hammer mechanism and a higher-capacity, double-stack magazine.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Browning_Hi-Power   (1803 words)

 Centurion AVRE - Turrets and Tracks
The Centurion AVRE is fitted with an Ordnance BL 165mm L9A1 demolition gun firing a 64lb charge projectile up to 2000yds.
On the exterior of the cupola is a 30in No.7 MK 1 browning machine gun and is used by the commander for defence against ground troops and low flying aircraft, the gunner also has a coaxial.30in browning mounted along side the main gun.
You will see smoke discharges on both sides of the turret, which would provide a readily available smoke screen which can be used to allow the vehicle to manoeuvre under cover, the dischargers are designed to fire the No.80 grenade using electric No.F103 MK 2 and 3 fuse’s as propellant.
www.turretsandtracks.co.uk /bongo.pl/centurion.avre   (497 words)

 British Issue pistol? - Airsoft Canada
I was thinking it was like a CZ 75 or a Browning Hi-Power, but I am not completely sure.
But anywho, as far as I know the current issue handguns for the brits are the Schweizerische Industrie Gesellschaft (SIG) P226 and the older Browning L9A1.
ok well first off canada is currently being issued the sig p226 wich is phasing out the browning highpower.
www.airsoftcanada.com /showthread.php?t=18607   (694 words)

 List of firearms - Databank
Browning 9mm Pistol (Canada - Pistol - 9 x 19mm Parabellium)
Browning BDA.45 (Switzerland/Germany - Pistol -.45 ACP: SIG-Sauer P220)
Browning BDA.380 (Belgium/Italy - Pistol - 9 x 17 mm/.380 ACP: Beretta Model 84 Variant)
www.notd-aftermath.com /databank/index.php?title=List_of_firearms   (7579 words)

 U.S. Infantry Weapons of Vietnam - WW2inColor Talk
Colt's first two models produced after the acquisition of the rifle from ArmaLite were the 601 and 602, and these rifles were in many ways clones of the original ArmaLite rifle (in fact, these rifles were often found stamped Colt ArmaLite AR-15).
The 601 and 602 are easily identified by their "slab-sided" lower receivers without the commonly found "fencing" around the magazine well, and in certain cases their green or brown furniture.
The 9mm L9A1 Browning pistol, of Belgian design, is a reliable, recoil-operated, magazine-fed, semi-automatic pistol with a maximum effective rang of 50 metres and a practical rate of fire of 40 rpm.
www.ww2incolor.com /forum/showthread.php?t=3792   (4001 words)

 British Land Weapons and Vehicles
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The 9mm L9A1 Browning pistol, of Belgian design, is a reliable, recoil-operated, magazine-fed, semi-automatic pistol with a maximum effective rang of 50 metres.
Known as the SLR (Self Loading Rifle) and is known for is straightforward fieldstripping and robust nature.
www.britains-smallwars.com /Falklands/b-weapons.htm   (1538 words)

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The Pathfinders use standard issue 9×19mm FN-Browning L9A1 pistols, 5.56×45mm Enfield L85A1 (SA-80) assault rifles and 7.62×51mm Enfield L7A2 machine guns.
The marines use standard issue small arms, including the 9×19mm FN-Browning L9A1 (HP-35) pistol, 5.56×45mm Enfield L85A1 IW assault rifle (SA-80), 7.62×51mm Accuracy International L96A1 bolt-action sniper rifle (PM), 5.56×45mm Enfield L86A1 LSW light support weapon and 7.62×51mm Enfield L7A2 GPMG machine gun (license-made FN MAG).
The 9×19mm Sterling L34A1 suppressed submachine gun is used by special units, including commandos, recon and forward observer teams.
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 Royal_Marines - Thagodz Wiki
L82A1 Barret -.50 inch (12.7 mm) BMG (Browning Machine gun) anti-materiel sniper rifle
L7A2 GPMG (General Purpose Machine Gun) - the FN MAG 7.62 x 51 mm belt-fed machine gun.
L9A1 Browning - 9 x 19 mm Parabellum semi-automatic pistol
www.thagodz.com /search/wiki/?title=Royal_Marines   (5798 words)

 U.S. Infantry Weapons of Vietnam [Archive] - WW2inColor Talk
The 9mm L9A1 Browning pistol (http://www.diggerhistory.info/pages-weapons/allied_recent.htm), of Belgian design, is a reliable, recoil-operated, magazine-fed, semi-automatic pistol with a maximum effective rang of 50 metres and a practical rate of fire of 40 rpm.
They were all of World War I origin, and American exposure to the weapons of their enemies and Allies had shown that there were other ways to make machine-guns; and some of them were more practical than the Browning for various applications.
One wartime innovation that attracted the Americans (and others) was the German concept of a general purpose machine-gun, a weapon that could be a squad automatic on a bipod, light enough to be carried by one man but robust enough to operate in sustained-fire weapon when fitted on a tripod.
www.ww2incolor.com /forum/archive/index.php/t-3792.html   (9176 words)

 Misc. Militaria and Surplus for Sale
Browning Hi-power holster, British Patt.58, green canvas, Used cond., $49.00
Turner P'07 slings, 48" length, brass hooks, brown or tan, $48.95
EMERS for Pistol, Automatic, 9mm., FN, Browning, No.2, Mk.1* and Pistol, Automatic, 9mm., L9A1, 1968, (reprint), 30 pages, $15.00
www.bdlltd.com /misc_sale.htm   (1234 words)

 Other Tables of Contents from this Product
Browning M2 HB 0.50 calibre heavy machine gun
FN 9 mm Browning High Power Mark 2 pistol
FN 9 mm Browning High Power Mark 3 pistol
www.steyr-aug.com /contriesarmrorments.htm   (2545 words)

 List of firearms
F-89 Australian Steyr AUG 9 Para Submachine gun
FN Browning High Power Model 1935 9 mm Pistol
HK MK23 (also known as Mark 23 Mod 0 or SOCOM)
www.gogoglo.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/l/li/list_of_firearms.html   (239 words)

 Replies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Also, what self-respecting Yardie is going to carry a converted.22 calibre air revolver?
They'd far rather carry an Uzi, or a 9mm Beretta, or a.44 Magnum, or a Browning L9A1, or whatever.
In fact, reactivated or converted guns make up only about 10% of the weapons seized by the Police, and they are the least dangerous guns out there (from the victims point of view) - how many blow up in the perp's hand?
www.freerepublic.com /focus/news/819271/replies?c=5   (494 words)

Browning L9A1 British designation for Hi Power: Land use, 9 mm, mArk 1
The browning hi-power today "don't use +P in Hi-Powers"
Browning Hi Power Mk III 9mm fixed-sights at Zanders
www.chrisbutterworth.com /shooting/pistols.htm   (1519 words)

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