James Verkaik: Your video is okay except for the fact that your heft hand/arm block so
much of what you are doing to the point we can see what you are explaining
Jesus Lopez: where can i find the firing pin tip for one of those???
Anselmo A. Peretto: I think it isn't a 1922 model.
ChuckTeStA97: Where can i get this gun!?
luka milovic: ON e-bay!
onmilo: Yeah, I keep a couple spare striker assemblies on hand just in case.
joe grayson: best small carry weapon? Shait should be there with glock 28
onmilo: There is a very slight bit of play in the frame to slide fit. Mine is a
more carefully fitted postwar pistol. Wartime production guns can be quite
SpringValley: i held 1 of those yesterday and that pistol is a beauty
GeorgiaBoy1961: @mwmcbroom: Thanks for the tip on Collector's FAs in Houston, I'll look
Rasim tünceli: maşaallah
onmilo: @ChuckTeStA97 Try gunbroker (dot)com
Fook Yoo: Thumbs up if L.A. Noire Brought you here.
pukkepop: Very nice video! I'm from Belgium and these pistols are quite cheap here.
I'm wondering about the accuracy because I might be looking into getting
one. Btw very nice vid!
Michael McBroom: @BeagleBro I have a 71 380 and I can confirm that it breaks down the same.
Reprinted owners manuals are available - I've seen one for sale at eBid and
Frank b: Is the slide on your FN loose? Like is there play with the slide? Thanks
onmilo: 3 plaaces to check. gunbroker-Simpsonltd-collectorfirearms, Houston, add a
dot com to each and see what comes up. HTH
GeorgiaBoy1961: My late father brought a Browning FN .32 cal back from WWII, and it was the
first semi-auto pistol I ever fired. He later sold it, and I'd like to
track down another one. If anyone on this board has information in that
regard, about where to find a decent quality vintage example for reasonable
money, please message me. Thanks.
luka milovic: My dad has got this one ! It' awesome!
onmilo: @BeagleBro Yes it does, same basic pistol as the 1922 with the addition of
target sights. HTH
onmilo: Thank you for the kind comment. I think you will be quite pleaed with the
over-all accuracy potential of this pistol.
Pent5HT: im here because of L.A Noire haha.
BeagleBro: I've been trying to find a guide to take down the Browning 71 380 pistol.
Haven't had any luck. Do you know if it tears down like this 1922?
onmilo: Eagle over swastika are waffenampt acceptance stamps of the German
Military. Thousands of these guns were produced by the Belgians, most under
forced labor conditions, to supply the German war machine so they are not
uncommon. If your pistol is in .380 acp caliber it is a bit rarer than the
whit340: im glad to have finally found how to disassemble this gun. ive had this gun
for a few years now and havnt tried very hard for fear of not getting it
put back together. i received this gun from my grandmother,handed down to
her and now to me. the one i have has an eagle/bird holding a swastika
symbol in 3 different places with the wings spread open.
SpringValley: @vaardal100 1910*
Michael McBroom: @GeorgiaBoy1961 Try Collectors Firearms in Houston, Texas. They have a
website too -- google for the URL. CF has, I'll wager, one of the largest
inventories of new and used firearms on the planet. BeagleBro, I have a 71
380 and I can confirm that it breaks down the same. Reprinted owners
manuals are available - I've seen one for sale at eBid and at Webstore.
prox4154: Bu silahın aynısının siyahı satılıktır 1922 model ruhsatlı ilgilenenler 0
538 305 01 83 den bana ulaşabilirler.I sell same gun but mine is black if
you are interested send a massege to me
field stripping, FN Browning 1922 .32/.380 pistol field strip procedure4.6
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