Tisas Regent BR9 9mm Luger

Though we would prefer a good-quality 1911 for most uses, the Hi-Power is a viable defensive firearm. We really like this Tisas rendition. Downside: The cocking effort is severe, which may disqualify it for some shooters.

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Gun Tests Grade: A- $558 We understand why FN/Browning discontinued the famous Hi-Power handgun: It simply became too expensive to compete in the current market. The Hi-Power, like the 1911, requires considerable handfitting. Its price could not be cut because of expensive handwork and fitting in the 1935 design. Since it has been decataloged, the […]
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