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owner manual browning M1910 semiautomatic pistol

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ecarmine, Oct 2, 2005.

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  1. ecarmine

    ecarmine Member

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    Hello:
    My name is eduardo, and live in Chile..
    I have a Brownings M1910 and i need the owners manual of this gun.
    Can you help me to obtain this manual.
     
  2. Harry Paget Flashman

    Harry Paget Flashman Member

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    Try the Numrich Arms site at www.gunpartscorp.com

    Once at the site click: "start here", then "Browning", then "1910".

    Edit to add: I also have a 1910 in .380 and 1922 in .32. Don't have manuals for either. Fun guns to shoot.
     
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  3. Harry Paget Flashman

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    ecarmine. I got your email. I checked again on the link I gave you and noticed that the Browning 1910 diagram is the same as the Browning 1922 diagram. Sorry, the 1910 picture does not show the level of detail you need. The 1922 is the same as the 1910 except for the extension on the front of the slide.

    I just field stripped my 1922 by turning the slide extension clockwise (facing front to back) with a right turn 90°. The bushing came right off. I tried the same thing with my 1910, gripping the knurled bushing sticking out from the slide surrounding the barrel. It turned a little but I was unable to make it go far enough. I think the 1910 has a lug type bushing, same as the 1922. Maybe I just need to put some penetrating oil on it first to loosen it up.

    I am stumped for now. I did notice two small slots opposite each other on the bushing. Maybe there is a "take down" tool required.

    Can anyone here at THR help? There are two of us stumped now.
     
  4. Harry Paget Flashman

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    Browning 1910

    Try this drawing, ecarmine. Notice the lug (#28). It bayonets (twists) into the recess of the spring locking collar inside the slide.
     

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