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Amjad
10-11-2010, 06:59 AM
FN Browning .32 pistol.
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Silent killerr
10-11-2010, 07:46 AM
Nice gun.
Is this a review?

Dr Hanif Malik
11-11-2010, 07:26 AM
great pistol amjad sahib.

Aquarius
15-11-2010, 04:39 PM
This is a very nice gun.. I have fired one which belongs to my cousin and its very accurate.. he bought it for 25K NIB a year back, but the one which I shot has adjustable rear sights which I don't see in your pictures.. .32 Ammo is also expensive, but its a real keeper.. a collector's item.

Crazy Shooter
15-11-2010, 09:09 PM
its the same gun I have but its a model M 1911 and mine is M 1922 with 2 more rounds in mag and a long barrel nice gun and Aquarius brother are they avlble NIB now ? if yes please tell me where can I get one NIB I really liked this gun and this one is more compact compared to mine looks great

ruffantuff
16-11-2010, 10:41 PM
Great guns. I have both. However I am looking for a spare magazine for my 1911. Please let me know if one or 2 are available. Thanks in advance.

Topak
16-11-2010, 11:17 PM
nice pistol...congrats Amjad sb...price ?

s.cheema
18-11-2010, 12:55 PM
a great collectors item

Ahsanfurqan
18-11-2010, 05:07 PM
very beautiful gun :-)

Aquarius
18-11-2010, 10:29 PM
its the same gun I have but its a model M 1911 and mine is M 1922 with 2 more rounds in mag and a long barrel nice gun and Aquarius brother are they avlble NIB now ? if yes please tell me where can I get one NIB I really liked this gun and this one is more compact compared to mine looks great

CS brother NIB availability is by your luck, as its quite an older model.. you have to search for it.

Amjad
22-11-2010, 08:22 PM
thanks to all for valuable comments

sayyedain
09-03-2011, 10:28 PM
i have the same gun with me. its an extreme accurate gun. i have fired many boxes through it without any issue. its a great gun. and i got it free because my friend gifted me gun

sayyedain
15-03-2011, 09:29 PM
Amjad bro many many congrates on ur purchase

sayyedain
22-03-2011, 03:16 PM
i have check it with chinese ammu and its bullet drop is almost 1 feet drop at after 400 feet. and was hit at right side of the target almost 1.5 feet away cuase of triger pull and short barrel. it is realy very very very nice pistol i can say

Trajan
13-09-2011, 12:09 AM
@ Amjad. Did you ever get that spare magazine? i've got the same FN browning model 1910 w/ a 786 serial :) I am told that this model pistol (not mine) is quite a collector's piece as the FN Model 1910 was the weapon used by Bosnian Serb Gavrilo Princip to assassinate Archduke Franz Ferdinand on June 28th, 1914, thus starting World War I.:)

Arslan_tareen
13-09-2011, 07:04 PM
Great weapon Amjad bahi , now Forget the gun , can you tell me where you got the box made ? IS It some where in Rawalpindi ? cost? location ? if you dont mind .
Best regard

Enigmatic Desires
13-09-2011, 07:41 PM
@ Amjad. Did you ever get that spare magazine? i've got the same FN browning model 1910 w/ a 786 serial :) I am told that this model pistol (not mine) is quite a collector's piece as the FN Model 1910 was the weapon used by Bosnian Serb Gavrilo Princip to assassinate Archduke Franz Ferdinand on June 28th, 1914, thus starting World War I.:)

Soooooo.. the humble .32 started teh 1st world war.. which in turn led to teh 2nd world war.. which in turn led to teh cold war and al the little hot wars around.. wow.. I just developed some new found respect for this calibre...

BTW is it my imagination or does the 1922 look remarkebly like a browning high power?

Trajan
13-09-2011, 11:30 PM
Soooooo.. the humble .32 started teh 1st world war.. which in turn led to teh 2nd world war.. which in turn led to teh cold war and al the little hot wars around.. wow.. I just developed some new found respect for this calibre...

BTW is it my imagination or does the 1922 look remarkebly like a browning high power?

This FN is actually a design of John Browning who first took it to Colt. However, Colt did not want to manufacture it , Browning went to Fabrique Nationale to have it produced under his patent/license . Hence the similarities to Browning High Power. However, the Browning Hi Power was developed BASED on John Browning's original design after his death. So the similarities are there, but not an exact match .

Enigmatic Desires
13-09-2011, 11:35 PM
That Browning dude was one busy hombre when it came to guns. colt.. hi-power and now this..

Trajan
14-09-2011, 12:48 AM
Well John Browning is right up there with Samuel Colt, Messrs Smith & Wesson, John Browning, John Garand, Hiram Stevens Maxim and not forgetting Mikhail Kalashnikov but i think Mr. Kalashnikov did not develop an original design as (in my opinion) he based it on the German Strumgewehr 44.

Skeeter60
16-09-2011, 10:41 AM
Well John Browning is right up there with Samuel Colt, Messrs Smith & Wesson, John Browning, John Garand, Hiram Stevens Maxim and not forgetting Mikhail Kalashnikov but i think Mr. Kalashnikov did not develop an original design as (in my opinion) he based it on the German Strumgewehr 44.

TRAJAN
Absolutely right. The Sturmgewehr is the original and it was actually the first "Storming Rifle" or Assault Rifle
. Although designed nearly 70 years ago it has a modern look and gave many ideas to so many inventers. Its 7.92 Caliber was also very effective.

Skeeter60
16-09-2011, 10:45 AM
That Browning dude was one busy hombre when it came to guns. colt.. hi-power and now this..

Browning invented the first "Recoil Operated " shot gun, the Gas Operated Machine guns and the Colt 1911, as well as the Browning pistol. Hitler once remarked " I wish I had John Moses Browning in Germany". This was because the German machine guns in their air craft had a tendency to jamm while firing and manouvering.

Sturmgewehr
16-09-2011, 11:55 AM
TRAJAN
Absolutely right. The Sturmgewehr is the original and it was actually the first "Storming Rifle" or Assault Rifle
. Although designed nearly 70 years ago it has a modern look and gave many ideas to so many inventers. Its 7.92 Caliber was also very effective.

thanyou thankyou......

Sturmgewehr
16-09-2011, 11:57 AM
Browning invented the first "Recoil Operated " shot gun, the Gas Operated Machine guns and the Colt 1911, as well as the Browning pistol. Hitler once remarked " I wish I had John Moses Browning in Germany". This was because the German machine guns in their air craft had a tendency to jamm while firing and manouvering.

That was a major issue..........for some reason it prevailed both during ww1 and ww2.though german designs were as the stg44 revolutionary but at times extremely unreliable......i guess supply and demand pressures put a strain on quality assurance.......

Sturmgewehr
16-09-2011, 12:01 PM
the mp 40 and the luger both were at times troublesome weapons and the problems got worse as the germans neared defeat...........but hey klashinokov copied the stg 44 and now look its the best weapon [only on the budget and reliability side] in the world.and here to stay by some american experts for another century...[as the ak 47 the other varianst have longer to go].