Anonymous (Login Hunter1950) Posted Feb 14, 2003 1:08 AM
I bought a Browning Highpower pistol in 9mm last month at a gun show. I took it to the firing range where to my suprise it fired while on safety. This caused the safety selector to scar the slide. I imediately sent it into Browning, and was told by them it would cost $592 for repairs. That's more than I paid for the gun. This seem like poor customer relations to me, as I will never own another Browning product. I plan to post this message in every internet forum I can find.