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Inglis Mk I * Hi Power Fixed Sights

Article about: I purchased this Hi Power with its holster, spare mag and cleaning rod (in Holster) when I purchased the the Mk I* with the shoulder stock. This one appears to have been used very little. Do

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    I purchased this Hi Power with its holster, spare mag and cleaning rod (in Holster) when I purchased the the Mk I* with the shoulder stock. This one appears to have been used very little. Does anyone know what the 6 on the grip stands for?



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    Hi,
    Depends on where it came from, it could be an armoury issue number, as most weapons are issued to individual soldiers /
    Police ect. My S.L.R, was No 5, so i also had a 9mm browing in my rack, hope this helps.
    dave.

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    It means it belongs to me !

    No seriously as Panzer 3 said it is some sort of armoury rack or inventory number.

    Fine looking example of a very good pistol.

    Regards

    Richie

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    Another fine Inglis Hi-Power..........!

    I suspect the '6' is an inventory number.
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    I would agree with this theory too.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Quote by Walkwolf View Post
    Another fine Inglis Hi-Power..........!

    I suspect the '6' is an inventory number.
    Plus 1 for me...It's a rack number, to distinguish at first glance and not go for the serial No...I have seen it in a number of .45 grip panels...
    Regards, Thanos.

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    Quote by COLT 1911A1 View Post
    Plus 1 for me...It's a rack number, to distinguish at first glance and not go for the serial No...I have seen it in a number of .45 grip panels...
    Regards, Thanos.
    Hello Again,
    Seems the conciseness is a rack number.
    Thanks,
    Sam

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