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While were discussing 1922 Brownings, I picked up one at the OGCA show last weekend. It is pretty much a WaA103 marked 32, except that it has a small anchor on the left side of the trigger guard. Though I remember a discussion on gunboards some time back that this was a post war acceptance mark by the French Navy. Makes sence as they purchase 1922's prior to the war and stockpiles of captured or turned in weapons would have included them and could have been made available at no cost. But does anybody have any proof or heard otherwise?

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