My elder Belgians

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My elder Belgians

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Been mostly a lurker up here, but my recent acquisition of a FN 1900 inspired me to show the portrait of most of my FN firearms. It is my second 1900; I used my first one, in much rougher condition, in a trade for a 1908 Webley Automatic.

Absent from the collage is my T-series Hi-Power, which would dwarf these three.

Andrew Vanderlinden suggested to me that my 1910 is most likely of 1919 manufacture. The 1910/22 is an A-Series from 1945, shortly after liberation. The 1900 is a commercial model, most likely made in 1905.

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Beautiful examples! Especially the 1900.

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nmcollektor wrote:Beautiful examples! Especially the 1900.
Thanks. The 1910 and 1922 are both all original. The 1900 appears to be all original except for one of the breech block screws.

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Glad you joined up - very nice pistols - you can't go wrong with FN. :handgestures-thumbupleft:

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very pretty

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