Is FN making the high power again?
(McLean, VA – January 18, 2022) FN America, LLC proudly announces the introduction of the all-new FN High Power™, a completely reimagined pistol based on the legendary 1935 design conceived by John Moses Browning and perfected by Dieudonné Saive.
What caliber is FN High Power?
Dressed to the Nines. FN stays true to JMB’s final handgun design, including its namesake, the High Power double stack magazine. With 17+1 rounds at the ready the new pistol has 25% more capacity in 9mm, besting any clone of the original FN design.
Does Browning own FN?
Browning is currently a fully owned subsidiary of FN Herstal. Browning Arms Company is best known for the A-Bolt and X-Bolt bolt-action rifles, the BAR semi-automatic rifle, the BPR pump-action rifle, the BPS pump-action shotgun, the Auto-5 semi-automatic shotgun, and the Hi-Power pistol.
Does anyone still make Browning Hi-Power?
The Hi-Power is one of John Moses Browning’s finest designs. And although it is possible to still find Hi-Power pistols at dealers across the U.S., the Hi-Power is technically out of production. Current dealer inventories will be the last available from Browning for the foreseeable future.
How reliable is the Browning Hi-Power?
Over the years I’ve heard a lot of negative reviews about the Hi-Power’s trigger, but in my experience, I’ve found the single-action trigger to provide a smooth, consistent pull every time. Browning made this gun as reliable, accurate and easy to shoot as ever.
How much does the new FN Hi-Power Cost?
Two 17-round magazines are included with each pistol. The suggested retail price on the new FN High Power starts at $1,269 for the all-black and FDE-finished models, while the stainless-steel model retails for $1,369.
Is the Browning Hi-Power a good carry gun?
While the Browning Hi-Power only holds 15 rounds, it’s still a slightly more significant size than the Glock 19. So this gun is going to carry somewhat similar to a Glock 17. So if you’re willing to carry a larger gun, the Browning Hi-Power is undoubtedly an excellent carry option.