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The Browning High Power Mark I is a single-action semi-automatic pistol chambered in 40 S&W or 9mm. The last design that John Moses Browning worked on before his death, the High Power Mark I has been used by military and police forces in more than 70 countries, including Allied and Axis powers alike in World War II. The High Power Mark I has a 4.7” barrel and is available with either fixed or adjustable sights. This pistol utilizes an external extractor.

• Semi-automatic single-action pistol
• 4.7” barrel
• Used by militaries around the world
• Fixed or adjustable sights
• Designed by John Moses Browning

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