BROWNING MODEL 1910, .380ACP, 6 RD MAGAZINE OR GRIPS
$41.50 – $50.00
ORIGIN - BELGIUM
CALIBER - .380 ACP
WEIGHT - 21 OZ.
OVERALL LENGTH - 6"
LENGTH OF MAGAZINE - 3.3"
Originally known as the "Nouveau Model", this pistol is now known as the 1910 model. First produced commercially by Fabrique National in Belgium in 1910, the pistol featured a lugged barrel surrounded by a recoil spring, slide safety, grip safety and magazine safety. Extensively copied as the original and modified, especially by the Spanish gun makers. Sold throughout the world commercially, this was also a standard police pistol in Japan, Sweden, Denmark and other countries. There was a service manual in Japanese.The model was first exported commercially to the U.S. in 1954. Importation of a modified model continues today, in .380 caliber only. Exported to Canada in both .32 and .380 calibers.
NEW EDITION DEC 2020- MAGAZINE FOR THE MODIFIED MODEL 1910/71 WITH A METAL FINGER REST BASE- MAGAZINE #562M