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Can anyone identify this rather strange stamp that appears on a Model 1910 #344435?




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Orv,
There is a very similar mark in Balderson's "Official Guide to Gunmarks, Third Addition" on page 120. Its missing the "Prague" but states its a Czech mark on foreign made firearms. The two digit year code is also common on Czech guns (but I guess its common on a lot of guns).
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Orv,

A friend and I were discussing a similarly marked FN1922 recently.

Are there any other non-standard marks on this M1910? Any chance I could see additional photos of the slide legend and Belgian proofs?

Mike
 
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