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Can anyone give me any info on this piece? Since my trade on the Colt 1903 went south, I am looking at this.

 

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Here's what the Blue Book of Gun Values has to say:

MODEL 1910-FN (MODEL 1955) - 7.65mm (.32 ACP) or Browning 9mm short (.380 ACP) caliber, 4 in. barrel. FN manufacture. 701,266 mfg. 1912-1983.

100% 98% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60%

$350 $325 $300 $275 $250 $195 $150

add 20% if BAC (browning arms company) marked and 7.65mm, or if FN marked and .380 ACP cal.

add $100 minimum for special contract markings

This model is also referred to as the Model 1910/55. BAC marked pistols were imported 1954-1968. Importation ceased after the 1968 GCA.
 

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Looks exactly like a 1903 except the front area. I bet its mechanically similar and similarly reliable. I looked at a few before I found my 1903 but never really researched them.
 
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