I suspect that I haven't been in the Finnish handgun game for as long as many of you but I think I've done okay so far. Its been a real slog to track them down as short barreled pistols and .25 and .32 autos are in a much more restricted legal class here in Canada. The market is very small for such pieces and there are only a few of us who have access to it who can actually identify or care about Finnish markings. Only one of the pistols pictured below was advertised with knowledge of its history (the Ruby, thanks to Bruno). Apologies for the poorly lit photo, a lightbox is on the list of projects.
M 19 "Ruby"
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