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    Default Inglis Hi power pistol, light grey park, AF marking

    I saw a Inglis Hi power pistol recently. It had light grey park, 2T serial number and the AF marking. In my area, Hi Powers go for a lot. Is $850 too much? I assume the light grey park is not original. Advice appreciated.

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    It's been refinished which is not unusual as these pistols have been in use for over 75 years now. I think the price is at least close to what they are going for. It's now on the rare side for one in the 2T or older serial number range to still be in their original finish.

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    Any way to tell which country might have refinished it in the light grey park?

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    I'm think with the AF marking, it may have been overhauled in one of the Commonwealth countries..... Most likely GB or Canada.

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    Is the price fair, Ned? Are the days of cheap Hi Powers over?

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    Robert, Price sounds fair. Ned

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    According to Law, Belgium refinished them in a grey "Teflon" coating.

    The AF marking is very uncommon, and I know it is referenced in Inglis Diamond, but I'm having trouble finding it.

    Pictures would be necessary for a positive ID, but I'd go out on a limb & buy the durn thing!
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    Found it!:

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    Quote Originally Posted by DK PHILLIPS View Post
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    2T serialed Inglis is a Canadian made gun Dan
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    Im learning ..just these guns are a bit out of my learning curve..
    I was thinking finished..
    blinders got in the way!
    thanks for heads up...
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