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New to this forum, I've got a Springfield standard M1A on layaway that I will be getting in a few weeks.

Picked this up today from my LGS, Belgium made Hi-Power. Serial number has date of manufacture around late 1969 early 1970. Looks like it was barely fired at all, great shape.



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I love the lines of that pistol . It screams out Pick me up , shoot me
 

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A fine, fine firearm. Enjoy it.

And welocme to the forum.
 

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You have one of the Belgium 'T' series pistol. The 'T' series, which refers to the first letter in the serial number, was the best production run of all the Browning Hi-Power pistols......in my humble opinion. The slide to frame fit was as good as any master pistol smith could produce. Is the inside of the wood pistol grips painted red?

You did good.................
 

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One of the best right there. Nice buy.
 

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You have one of the Belgium 'T' series pistol. The 'T' series, which refers to the first letter in the serial number, was the best production run of all the Browning Hi-Power pistols......in my humble opinion. The slide to frame fit was as good as any master pistol smith could produce. Is the inside of the wood pistol grips painted red?

You did good.................
Thanks JohnF-
Yes, inside of the wood grips are red. What does that mean?
 

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beauty! Congrats!
 
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