Browning 1922 German Contract Rig With Pressed Paper Holster Vet Named

Browning 1922 German Contract Rig With Pressed Paper Holster Vet Named
Browning 1922 German Contract Rig With Pressed Paper Holster Vet Named Browning 1922 German Contract Rig With Pressed Paper Holster Vet Named Browning 1922 German Contract Rig With Pressed Paper Holster Vet Named Browning 1922 German Contract Rig With Pressed Paper Holster Vet Named Browning 1922 German Contract Rig With Pressed Paper Holster Vet Named Browning 1922 German Contract Rig With Pressed Paper Holster Vet Named Browning 1922 German Contract Rig With Pressed Paper Holster Vet Named Browning 1922 German Contract Rig With Pressed Paper Holster Vet Named Browning 1922 German Contract Rig With Pressed Paper Holster Vet Named Browning 1922 German Contract Rig With Pressed Paper Holster Vet Named Browning 1922 German Contract Rig With Pressed Paper Holster Vet Named Browning 1922 German Contract Rig With Pressed Paper Holster Vet Named Browning 1922 German Contract Rig With Pressed Paper Holster Vet Named Browning 1922 German Contract Rig With Pressed Paper Holster Vet Named
Product Code: E101 ser: 194124
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This is a very nice all matching FN Browning 1922 pistol manufactured under German Occupation during WWII.  This pistol is chambered in 7.65mm/32 auto and has an excellent bore that is bright and shiny with strong rifling throughout.  Mechanically, this rifle works just as it should. I have fired it personally and it shoots great.  All numbers are matching to include the barrel, slide, frame and front nose cap.  The grips are in good original condition and are free of cracks or gouges.  The metal has some light pitting near the ejection port and on the slide, but is in overall good original condition and has not been messed with or refnished in any way.  This pistol is WaA140 (H) marked being manufactured for use with the German Army in WWII.  It is not import marked and comes with the original holster and two FN marked magazines. 

The holster is a very nice pressed paper and leather variation and is in good condition overall with a very slight tear near the flap seam.  It has the pistol's serial number in it along with the US vet's name and serial number. It's hard to read, but could be made out by competent eyes. 

Here's your chance at a true vet bringback rig from WWII!