Canada and the Everlasting Inglis Hi-Power
The Canadian government is reportedly moving forward with a plan to replace its military’s downright vintage Browning Hi-Power pistols.
Local media in Ottawa, the country’s capital, are advising that a contract for as many as 20,000 “modular pistols” will be issued later this year for the Canadian Army, Royal Canadian Air Force, and military police. The guns will replace Canadian-produced Inglis Brownings made during World War II.
Yup, as in 1944-45 production.
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