Browning Hi-Power Mark III

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Summary: The manufacturer’s description, specs, pricing, photos and user ratings for the Browning Hi-Power Mark III pistols.

Manufacturer’s Description

The Browning Hi-Power Mark III is chambered in 9mm or .40 SW. Features include:

  • Sights: Hi-Power pistols are available with fixed, low-profile three-dot sights. The Hi-Power Standard is available with optional low-profile target sights that are adjustable for windage and elevation.
  • Safety: A large, ambidextrous manual thumb safety is conveniently located just above the grip.
  • Magazine capacity: Double-stack magazine design. 13-round magazine standard in 9mm. 10-round magazine in .40 SW. 10-round models in 9mm available where required by law. Follow state and local laws regarding magazine capacity when ordering.

    Browning Hi-Power Mark III photo

    The Hi-Power Mark III from the right.

  • Trigger: The light single-action trigger breaks clean and crisp.
  • Frame and slide: Forged from solid steel, yet still lightweight. The heft of the Hi-Power keeps recoil light and manageable for accurate firing, even at a rapid rate. The balance in the hand is impeccable.

The steel receiver sports a black epoxy finish, and so does the slide. Other features include a locked-breech action and composite panel grips.

Note: Browning also offers a standard Hi-Power.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity OAL BBL Weight
.40 SW 10+1 7.75 4.625″ 2 lbs., 3 oz.
9mm 13+1 7.75 4.625″ 2 lbs.


MSRP: $999

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3 thoughts on “Browning Hi-Power Mark III

  1. John

    Had this gun in 40 S&W for years my favorite semi-auto. Shoots great. Never misfired.

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  2. Greggrey

    Mine is a standard 40 with target sights. It is SS with a gold trigger. The trigger is great and eager to fire. The gun is well balanced and fires more like a 9mm rather that the 40 S&W. It is very solid and tight. There is no looseness in the slide making the gun very accurate; much more accurate than I can shoot. The rubber on the grip is not the best feel but has softened a little over the years. Different grips would be in order. It has never misfired or jammed irregardless of the ammo being used. It looks great and shoots great; couldn’t ask for more.

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  3. GC

    Hadn’t shot mine in several years until today. What a pleasure to shoot a high quality gun. I had almost forgotten what a real gem the Browning is. At 21 feet (CCL qualifying distance) it was easy to put 10 shots into a 6 inch circle; even after not firing the gun for over 10 years. I think it will go into my tote box as a regular; just to much fun to shoot.

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