This is intended for people interested in the subject of military guns and their ammunition, with emphasis on automatic weapons.
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Indeed, with more than 200 different models of pistol magazines and more than 100 million units made since 1965 they're obviously doing something right. Such volume requires serious attention to detail and quality control.
So far a couple trains were missed in the neverending BHP replacement. A rather shy purchase of P-225s in the past that should have been expanded and a more recent sole source purchase attempt from the same manufacturer only to be duly contested in legal trappings. Procurement being in an urgent need of reshaping. The jokes around here even point out to Norinco, Lol.
Considering how many Browning hi powers are on offer at shot show this year, they could conceivably replace the hi power with the hi power lol
Absolutely. But they'd be out of current ergonomic demands and what-not. Having torpedoed any gun manufacturer in town the feds at least should take a look at things like Black Creek in order to compensate for their policies (it won't happen, of coirse).
How much would FN charge for the Mk. III Hi-Power TDP?
Even better, perhaps big name appliance manufacturer "Whirlpool" could provide that TDP. Probably is collecting dust at the bottom of a safe in a Toronto basement. They acquired control of Inglis in 1987 and changed the company's name to Whirlpool Canada in 2001. Today the Inglis brand still survives under Whirlpool. Back in March 1938, as many of you know, Inglis won a contract to supply 5,000 Bren machine guns to Great Britain and 7,000 to Canada starting in 1940. Three years laters they were producing 60% of the Bren guns destined for the British Commonwealth forces, and 30% of the British Army together with a large share of the Polsten 20 mm autocannon and, of course, the Browning Hi-Power with many of them going to China (hello NP-18). Inglis went onto appliance business after the war but also produced machinery for the Tribal-class destroyers.
marked Hi-Power.I would buy a Whirlpool
Would it be painted white to match your other appliances?
I'd go for a champagne or sunset bronze finish, the soft bronze look is subtle with a slightly metallic sheen. It’s warm and glowing, the perfect contrast to the chill of stainless steel or the usual dull black or tan. The golden-ish color is some mix of silver, bronze, and rose gold, offering a statement-making alternative to the pretty but safe finishing of the post millennium WoT conflicts. It’s colorful enough to be noticed, but not so much as to take over the chow hall or PX exchange. Perfect for deciders who loves the boldly look of retro but still wants to maintain a little subtlety. Millenials be sold in 3, 2, 1...