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    5 days... ain't that odd?
    I did see where ei8ht went through and caught up, 'cause he clicked a bunch of 'likes'.
    I posted on some other threads, and only read through this one........
    I feel I have been remiss in my duty and responsibility to this thread... I apologize.
    This is my Chapman tool. It is a very useful kit. It is also hammerless.

    These MOPs were a bargain.

    They dress it up a little.

    The pistol is a 1923 model M 1903.

    There.
    Now I feel better.
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    How about a return to the FN 1922?

    Picked this up recently, Turkish contract of 3000 pistols from 1939.
    According to legend, the shipment was intercepted by zee Germans and distributed into their system
    (although unclear who actually got them). They don't show up too often.
    Turkiye Cumhuriyeti Subay = Officer of the Republic of Turkey

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    Here is a Shanghai 1908 with correct mag and replacement grips that I picked up at National Gun Day in Louisville last weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somd_mustangs View Post
    How about a return to the FN 1922?

    Picked this up recently, Turkish contract of 3000 pistols from 1939.
    According to legend, the shipment was intercepted by zee Germans and distributed into their system
    (although unclear who actually got them). They don't show up too often.
    Turkiye Cumhuriyeti Subay = Officer of the Republic of Turkey

    DSC_7393.JPGDSC_7394.JPG
    A return to the FN 1922. I can do that.

    Last Friday finally decided it was about time to get me one.

    It will take some time to be in my hands. But at least it's a local buy, got to fieldstrip it and inspect it all I wanted.

    German occupation FN 1922.
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    Interesting! It doesn't have E/S or WaA140 proofs on the frame, never seen that before...
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    Quote Originally Posted by somd_mustangs View Post
    How about a return to the FN 1922?

    Picked this up recently, Turkish contract of 3000 pistols from 1939.
    According to legend, the shipment was intercepted by zee Germans and distributed into their system
    (although unclear who actually got them). They don't show up too often.
    Turkiye Cumhuriyeti Subay = Officer of the Republic of Turkey

    DSC_7393.JPGDSC_7394.JPG
    That slide extension looks post war. Does the serial number match?
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    Quote Originally Posted by somd_mustangs View Post
    Interesting! It doesn't have E/S or WaA140 proofs on the frame, never seen that before...
    Yes it is unnusual. It should have at least the NAZI chicken on the frame. Got to research that.

    Edit. Or. It just got scrubbed if the frame was retouched.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurusu View Post
    That slide extension looks post war. Does the serial number match?
    Yup. The Turkish contract pistols didn't have the "flats" at the back of the extension for some reason.
    The five or so others I've seen pics of have the same "round" profile at the back.

    Vanderlinden's "Browning Pistols" books doesn't have much info on them, but does show pics for 3 different Turkish contracts, all with the unbeveled cap.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Colt1860 View Post
    Here is a Shanghai 1908 with correct mag and replacement grips
    that I picked up at National Gun Day in Louisville last weekend.

    20190616_150556.jpg20190616_150622.jpg20190616_151240.jpg20190616_151324.jpg
    Colt1860 SMP M1908's are neat.
    Thanks for posting yours.

    It is interesting that any of them made it back to the U.S.
    but seems like many did. I'm sure there is a story there.

    Over the years a few have found their way into the accumulation here.
    Some even have the original Colt Checkered Walnut stocks.

    M1908 105902 SMP-2169 1929
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    An FN 1922, in practically any condition, is on my bucket list.
    It is easy for me to say'any' condition, because I don't have one in my pile.
    I reckon, by the time I go scrounging in earnest, my standards will improve somewhat.....
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