A magazine that hold 13 rounds of ammunition. A Browing High Power is an example.
Not recommended to disable any safety feature on a firearm.
.22 caliber pistols use a "single stack" magazine- each cartridge is directly on top of another, unlike the Browning Hi-Power, that has staggered cartridges. 10 rounds, and the magazine follower and spring are all that will fit in the butt of most pistols. In addition, some states have laws limiting the capacity of a magazine. Why THAT is, you will have to ask the politician that passed the law.
No,not that I am aware of. Browning makes a Challenger mark III, but that is a .22 lr pistol. Browning also makes the Hi-Power which is chambered for 9mm Luger.
See the following link: http://forums.1911forum.com/showthread.php?t=133740
The larger the caliber, the fewer the rounds carried in the typical hand magazine. A 9 mm generally packs 15 staggered rounds. A .45 will have 10 rounds lined up straight. Some models support extended magazines. The Browning HP, introduced in Belgium in 1935, came with a 13 round magazine. You could hand feed one round in the chamber, giving a total pistol capacity of 14 rounds.
A Browning Hi Power
Your browning hi-power was made by browning in 1967.
Diesel Power - magazine - was created in 2005.
Max Power - magazine - was created in 1993.
Your browning hi-power was made by F N in belguim for browning in 1968.
browning hi power or replica of browning hi power (not sure)