Fn Browning 1910 Serial Numbers

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Ok I know the picture quality is bad but have not purchased this yet and just took pics with my phone. This little model 1910 was brought home from Europe in the 50s.

SN 79 is a FN 1910. See' The FN Browning Pistol 'expanded 2nd edition by Anthony Vanderlinde, pages 212 &213. This is a very rare pistol. The frame is correct. The slide is a later pre WW1 replacement as it does not show the early arched contour that was found on the 1st year 1912 produced guns. The Model 1910 FN Browning was manufactured from 1912 through 1975. Production was halted during the two World Wars, though a few were assembled from parts during the German occupation in World War II. There was no interruption in serial numbers.

It has no serial numbers. I read once of a contract for Germany for approx 3k of these for secret police but now cannot find reference and it was so long ago I might have wrong country.

If anyone knows the story of no serial number FN model 1910 I would greatly appreciate it. He had some other military left to him and I bought all but this one. So if anyone know a value I would also appreciate that. Thank you for your help. Ok I know the picture quality is bad but have not purchased this yet and just took pics with my phone.

This little model 1910 was brought home from Europe in the 50s. It has no serial numbers. I read once of a contract for Germany for approx 3k of these for secret police but now cannot find reference and it was so long ago I might have wrong country. If anyone knows the story of no serial number FN model 1910 I would greatly appreciate it.

Fn Browning 1910 Serial Numbers

He had some other military left to him and I bought all but this one. So if anyone know a value I would also appreciate that.

Thank you for your helpNo idea of what they would be doing without S/Ns, but doubt for secret police. Maybe for foreign intelligence who might feel the need for a sterile gun, though better to have ordinary civilian guns from the time between the wars - which would be extremely easy to acquire by a government of one of its agencies. Close up pictures would be a great help to us. My first thought was that it was made right after the Germans abandon the FN factory near the end of the war. That would have also been before the Liege proof house was back up and running.

However, I don't know that there were any Model 1910 pistol parts made during the war other than what was interchangeable with the Model 1922. Perhaps an early post-war 'lunch box special'? I seriously doubt that FN would manufacture and sell pistols with no serial numbers. Any 'sterilization' would have been done after purchase and would have required refinishing if it was for an organization. If it was done by a criminal there would be evidence of that because criminals wouldn't go to the trouble to finish it. The grip logo looks pre-1950.

You might check the BATF laws about owning a pistol with no serial number before you purchase it. Aao Sunao Pyar Ki Ek Kahani Full Song Mp3 Download. Maybe it's legal & maybe it's not.

Regards Dan in Texas. I have also thought on the legal side of this. Even if I did purchase thos pistol I would be required to give it a serial number I believe. But i I for sure will just bring it home. Already spoke to owner and he said no problem. TonyIf the gun was made before 1968, doesn't have to have an S/N as I understand it.

That is IF the maker didn't put one on. IF the maker put one on and somebody removed it, then highly unlawful to transfer or possess, but there are ways to 'paper' that.

Not going to go into that, but altered or removed S/Ns are a no-no, but wasn't actually required until 1968 for 'ordinary' guns. I do NOT think you will have to apply an S/N, but you really need to contact ATFE (NOT the local field office; my experience with them is 'I know nozzing').

Get with Tech Branch at HQ and get it in writing. I see no rounding of sharp edges, washing out of slide stamps, diminishing inspections stamps on the trigger guard. I don't think we are looking at a sanitized gun. Download Film Superman 2013 Hd. It looks like the usual final machining of a typical FN pistol.

No serial numbers, inside or out. No caliber marks. No firing proofs. It's pre-68, and no apparent scrubbed serial, so it is likely entirely legal to sell, but I am not a lawyer!

This is an unfinished gun. My best guess? A salesman sample. If so, it could be worth more than the average M1910 to an avid FN collector.