Rare Japanese FN 1910 Browning - Capture Document
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335568 - 11157
2/25/20 - This is a super rare, all matching, Japanese procurement FN 1910 rig with capture papers. Japanese officers had to purchase their own sidearms and many opted for European made handguns in .32 and .25 caliber. FN 1910 models proved to be very popular and were purchased with locally made holsters. A vast majority of the FN1910 Japanese procurement guns had a kanji marking preceding the serial number on the right side as the only proof that tied these guns to Japan. However, there were a few that were purchased in the early 1930s that had no identifiable Japanese features. The only way to conclusively prove the Japanese connection for these guns is the presence of the capture papers and of the correct Japanese made holster. This is one of those guns. It remains in 99% near-mint original condition with just a few minor handling marks, too small to see in the photographs. It comes with a rare, Japanese made, holster. It has all the attributes of the Japanese made holsters, including the loops for the shoulder strap carry. There are also two original magazines. The capture papers specify the gun by the serial number. A great, prewar set, that would be impossible to upgrade.
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