8/16/21 - This is a nice example of an FN Browning Model 1900 manufactured in the early 1900's. This particular example has a "K.P.D.M. No 655" marking on the left side of the frame. This indicates the gun was issued to the the Imperial Police Department of Munich - gun number 665. The gun is all matching and has the proper Belgian proofs. Most of the wear is on the front strap. Generally, there is also wear around the muzzle, high edges throughout, and spotty wear on the left side of the frame. There are areas of pin-pricking and minor pitting here and there, most noticeable around the muzzle. Spotty oxidation and brown patina throughout. Comes with nice original grips and a repro magazine. The magazine does not lock into the gun. The bore has almost no rifling left and there is minor pitting throughout.