Available in stainless, FDE, and blued, the new High Powers have classic FN styling with a few modern touches.
Two sets of grips are included with every High Power, and FN is offering seven other versions in both wood and G10.
A waffle style texture is found on the front- and backstrap.
Single action only, of course. FN went back to the original drawings for much of the new High Power.
The new High Powers felt smooth and extremely solid and well-made. All steel, baby. Fit and finish is very nice. The single action trigger is crisp and the modern size sights in FN 509 dovetail patterns is a great touch.
M249S with paratrooper stock is so darn cool.
It’s also available with the standard, polymer buttstock. Both versions are available in either black or FDE. It’s the real deal, just semi-auto.
While the M249S is priced out of reach of most folks ($9,999), the $1,269 High Powers are more attainable for collectors and shooters wanting a real deal, classic High Power from FN tweaked slightly for the more modern user. I think they’re going to do very well.