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Fnh 1922

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by burnse, May 16, 2011.

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  1. burnse

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    I just saw a FNH 1910/22 (they marked it as a 1922). It's priced at 207. All of the bluing has worn away, but I didn't see any pitting or rust to speak of.
    Would that be worth having? Any info from owners? Would it be fine to use modern, standard pressure .32s in it?
     
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    If I had see that, I'd be twitching for the 48 hours waiting period to get over and for a box of Buffalo Bore .32 ACP +P to get here as well. :D One of the nice ones, I think, but I have a soft spot for .32 automatics. It's number 2 on my "want" list (after a Colt 1903 & ahead of a pre-war PPK) of .32's. Seems a great price for a fun shooter.
     
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