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    I know I have shown these before. But, since we are talking consecutive numbers...Each is NIB. They shipped to San Francisco the week after Pearl Harbor.



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    Sweet mentallapse! But the question becomes what’s the story behind how they found you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewray5615 View Post
    Eight. How did you come to find 417 and 418?
    Were they sold together or did you stumble across them separately?
    418 was found first while stumbling through the Medina, Ohio gun show,
    417 was found on GB years later...Wowzers!


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    Nice Browning 1903 ... I haven't found one yet that meets the condition + affordable criteria

    My Husky M/1907 Swedish Air Force issue...
    I fitted a 9x20mm Browning Long barrel to it, and man there's a big difference between that and the anemic (by comparison) .380ACP !

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    Quote Originally Posted by somd_mustangs View Post
    Nice Browning 1903 ... I haven't found one yet that meets the condition + affordable criteria


    This one showed up on GB about 10 years ago for $700
    and I agonized over buying it because I thought it was too much.
    I had just bought a Husky M/1907 for about $400.

    Little did I know at the time the FN Browning 1903 for $700 was a good deal.
    It was years before I saw another for sale at any price.
    I paid $1200 for my second one and was glad to find it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewray5615 View Post
    Sweet mentallapse! But the question becomes what’s the story behind how they found you?
    Not much of a story. Walking aisles in Tulsa a few years ago. Found them on a dealers table. An odd deal. I told the dealer I would take them and he refused to sell to me at the price on his tags. Ended up paying 20% more than his tagged price. The next year he had a pair of brand new in the box 1908 25s. He had 2500 each on the tags which was and is a high price. They were blue with wood grips. Told him I would take them and he refused to sell them to me at all. I had some really nice boxed 25s, probably 98%. A couple came by my tables and were very interested in mine, but said they wanted brand new in the box. I sent them down to the other dealer's table because his were new in the box. He sold the pair to the couple I sent to him even though he wouldn't sell to me. Thought is was funny. He was still a guy I considered a friend. Just a little quirky.
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    Not Consecutive, But two USP model Ms that were not sent back to the factory for the ejector fix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colt1860 View Post
    Not Consecutive, But two USP model Ms that were not sent back to the factory for the ejector fix.
    Nice!

    If it was sent back, would it always get the "M" stamp?
    If not is there a way to tell at a glance if it was updated?
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    If it was sent back, would it always get the "M" stamp?
    If not is there a way to tell at a glance if it was updated?[/QUOTE]

    According to Brunner, The frame and magazine were stamped with an M to indicate that both ejector and magazine lips had been checked. All un issued pistols were sent back to the factory for correction and all new production were checked and marked.


 
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