The FN High Power / Photo from FN America

The legends over at FN America have released the FN High Power after having previously discontinued to line in 2017.

The original High Power was NATO’s sidearm of choice for over 80 years and has found a modern home in the collections of hunters and sport shooters across the country.

These firearms will come with a standard magazine capacity of 17+1 and several improvements have been made to the firearms ergonomics and fire control design.

The FN High Power / Photo from FN America

The new High Power line comes in 3 colors and will come with a verity of grips for those looking to mark a high power as their own. The High Power will be available in black, FDE, and stainless steel. The black and FDE versions have an MSRP of $1,269 and the stainless steel version has an MSRP of $1,369.

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Wayne Benedict
Wayne Benedict
4 months ago

Glad to see these come back, but, I’ll take a SA-35 at half the price, just sayin!

MAS
MAS
4 months ago
Reply to  Wayne Benedict

SA-35 is MUCH better looking too!

Aldo
Aldo
3 months ago
Reply to  Wayne Benedict

The best FN for me is the 5×7
Incredible handgun

MAS
MAS
4 months ago

Why not make it as it was? This may be a wonderful gun, but, as a High Power, it is ugly!

Bemused Berserker
Bemused Berserker
4 months ago

No real interest here either. Yeah, ot’s an icon with a following of devout fans, but I was never one of those because of its high price.

Marco
Marco
1 month ago

I have to agree FN just seems to always be on the high-end pricing wise even when compared to other quality manufacturers. Spending $1,300 to $1,400 for an old technology handgun is hard to justify especially since I can get a quality made 1911 for $900 to $1,000 in 9mm

Frank
Frank
1 month ago

I have a HP in .40 and really like the ergonomics.

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