Browning Hi-Power
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Species of Origin Humans
Manufacturer FN Herstal
Planet of Origin Earth
Technical Readout
Type Weapon Semi-Automatic Pistol
Ammunition Type
  • 9x19mm Parabellum
  • .40 S&W
  • 7.65x21mm Parabellum
  • Magazine Capacity
  • 13 Round Magazine (9x19mm Parabellum)
  • 10 Round Magazine (.40 S&W)
  • Service Record
    Introduction Date 1935
    Conflicts Used
  • World War 2
  • Service Length 1935-Present
    Faction Utilization
    Factions Utilized
  • Black Beret Corps
  • Wehrmacht
  • The Browning Hi-Power (A.K.A "FN Hi-Power") is a semi-automatic pistol that was designed by John Browning before he died and he worked with Fabrique Nationale Herstal to manufacture the weapon.


    FN commissioned John Browning (Who had sold the rights of his Colt M1911 designs to the Colt Manufacturing Company) to develope a pistol for the French Military that used a 10 round magazine and with an ammunition that was 8 grams. John Browning unfortunately died before before the first prototype was made. The weapon was used by the Wehrmacht during World War 2.

    Present Day Edit

    To this very day; the Browning Hi-Power has proven to be a very popular firearm in the hands of many troops all over the world. The weapon is also utilized by members of the Black Beret Corps; including vintage firearm collector Alpha Wolf. Other members like Arctic Zone also utilize the Hi-Power as a sidearm.