What are the serial numbers on a 1922 Browning?
32 ACP; 85% blue, excellent bore, good grips, 4.25” barrel, Original blue finish and checkered walnut grips. Fixed sights, FN factory magazine not nazi proofed. Matching serial numbers. Standard FN markings on the left side of the slide.
Where was the Browning FN 1922 pistol made?
Many countries adopted the 1922 for their militaries, including Yugoslavia, Greece, Holland, France, Denmark, and Finland, amongst others. This specimen is one of those that was manufactured during the occupation for Nazi Germany.
Are there any FN Browning 1922 military stamps?
It is somewhat unique in that although produced under Nazi occupation of the FN factory it was diverted for commercial sale instead of going to the military. These 1922’s will only bear the Nazi military test proof, eagle over swastika and not the waffenamt acceptance stamps or only the Nazi commercial test proof eagle over N.
What kind of Luger is the FN 1922?
I believe it to be an FN1922 model in 7.65. It is gold plated, has an anchor symbol on top of slide, sn is 2xxx. Has what appears to be bakolite grips with FN insignia. Has lanyard loop on bottom left of grip.
Where was the Browning 1922.32 ACP pistol made?
Many countries adopted the 1922 for their militaries, including Yugoslavia, Greece, Holland, France, Denmark, and Finland, amongst others. This specimen is one of those that was manufactured during the occupation for Nazi Germany. It was made for service in the German Army, Luftwaffe and police.
Where did the Browning FN 1922.32 auto come from?
From the info I gathered this post WWII sidearm was produced mainly for the Italian, Greece and French allies and was used by many police and the French U.S. Customs – up until 1980! I lightly rebuffed the outside of the barrel & it turned out to a bright, smooth & flawless sheen.
Where was the Browning made during World War 2?
WWII Nazi German Browning FN 1922.32 ACP Pistol WWII Sidearm Made in Occupied Belgium Here we present a Browning FN Model 1922 Pistol, made in Nazi Occupied Belgium, circa 1941, during World War II. Germany invaded Belgium on May 10, 1940 and consequently had their weapons manufacturing capabilities appropriated for the Third Reich.