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Belgian Hi Power and Capture Documents

Article about: I've posted this pistol before, but today.......... Several years ago, my father-in-law gave me a pistol he'd acquired from a relative. My father-in-law was a WWII vet who passed away last y

  1. #11


    Strange about the caliber difference. Perhaps he
    traded that gun for the HP somewhere
    along the way.........?


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    I think it was just a mistake - they were common in these papers. Both documents list the correct serial number of the Hi Power.
    COL, U.S. Army (Ret.)

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    More than likely a typo, like "Hersted".

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    Would agree, if the serial number is correct the calibre is probably just a typo. Great weapon though, had the pleasure of carrying and firing them on numerous occassions.

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    I think the GP35 "Hi Power" is hands down my favorite pistol!

    After the Colt 1911? ;-)
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