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Deactivated Norinco BDA Pistol SN. 1167 "

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Quick Overview

Deactivated Norinco BDA 9mm Pistol in excellent deactivated condition, with original box, spare magazine and manual. This is a Chinese Norinco copy of the Browning BDA, but quality is excellent. The Browning BDA (Browning Double Action) was introduced in 1983 and was intended to compete in the trails for a new US service pistol. It is basically a modernised High Power, with a double action trigger and decocker. They were used by Her Majesty’s Royal Protection Group and it is also the standard service pistol of the Finnish armed forces. The Browning High Power is simply a legend. Anybody who has ever had occasion to be issued or fire one normally falls in love with them. I have never heard anyone ever say a negative thing about one. As well as being accurate, highly reliable and very cool looking, they are actually quite small for a 9mm automatic and carry and conceal very well. Used by the SAS, the Waffen SS, the US Secret Service, Navy SEALs, Israeli Special Forces and the best armed forces in the world - the British; who can argue with that? All deactivated weapons sold by D and B Militaria are deactivated in the United Kingdom and hold London or Birmingham proof marks and a certificate stating that the weapon has been deactivated correctly.



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