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Hi guys..

I just put a Browning 1922 pistol on hold.

ON the trigger guard on the right side of the pistol is stamped

A then a MUM that looks just like the Japanese MUM found on Arisaka rifles.

Is this a Japanese Issued FN1922? does anyone have a pic of the markings that would be on a Japanese fn1922?

I must know before they sell it

PLease help

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I11. 21A OK the marking I saw was that one. with a Large Letter A before it

It's so funny that no matter what question one of us asks theres always someone who knows. Imagine what we could do for medical research!

WHat is the value of this pistol in 90% shape with rear sight missing?
And is this pre war or post war marking?

MY first impression was Japanes simply becasue it was the only marking similar to the one on the pistol that I was familiar with and that I had read that the Japanese purchased them them

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