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  • chad10

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    Don't know much about these two guns s&w 9mm sw9ve and a browning 9mm hi power made in Belgium assembled in Portugal need some information thinks
     

    chad10

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    Don't know how to put pic on the s&w I got new 375$ nib the other is older and all steel like a 1911 its black
     

    chad10

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    The s&w I got March of this year the browning is old were can I look for numbers or marks on it just want to know how much its worth don't many people talk about browning pistols. Thinks for any help don't know much about guns I have a ruger 345 xd40 the s&w shoots just as good
     

    navyguy

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    The Sigma is an inexpensive gun. One of the cheapest autos on the market.

    The BHP has a long history. Yours being stamped made in Belgium, assembled in Portugal would put in about the 1980' or so of manufacture. (I think. The serial number will tell that better) Resale value would depend on date of manufacture, and condition.

    Here is a picture of my T series. This is all made in Belgium around 1967 1968. Was my Dad's

    BHP12A1_OPM.gif


    Here is a link to a web sight that has a lot of info on the BHP
    Hi Powers and Handguns

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