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Inglis Hi-Power w/stock 9mm, $1650

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Not quite a battered old war relic, the Inglis-made Hi-Power was an interesting study, we thought. Its Parkerizing finish was slightly worn, but intact enough to make this an excellent example of a WWII-era Hi-Power. The stock added to its aura, and we thought the price was reasonable for the package.

Inglis Hi-Power w/stock 9mm, $1650

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The Hi-Power fit its lovely walnut stock perfectly. The wood stock was dated 1945. It all worked, all fit, and was a nice package. As the stamping shows, the Inglis company in Canada produced this Hi-Power.
Disassembly of the Hi-Power was simple and easy. The recoil spring was a stout one. We’d replace the magazine’s spring if we owned it.
The strap of the Hi-Power was cut in a manner similar to that of the Mauser, but the stock fit was relatively loose. Both guns had lanyard rings.

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