Functions, Fieldstrips exactly like the real thing.
In very good condition, appears unfired.
Includes: Original boxed with instructions, magazine, plus 6x reusable blowback cartridges and cartridge cleaning kit.
Browning FN1910 Markings including FN grips.
Materials: Heavyweight abs and metal parts.
Weight approx: 400g (empty)
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PFC Primer caps: €11.00 / £8.50 per box (1 box = 100 PFC caps) These are what makes the bang, smoke and creates the blowback to eject the shell
Spare Reusable blowback cartridges: €2.70 / £1.85 each (cartridges can be fired many times over, just replace the PFC primer cap)
Brief info on Browning M1910
Model 1910 pistol had been developed by John M. Browning for Belgian company Fabrique Nationale (FN), Herstal. Model 1910 had been developed around two cartridges, also designed by Browning - the 7.65mm Browning, also known as .32ACP, which had been developed around 1900 for FN / Browning model 1900 pistol, and the 9mm Browning Short (9x17mm), also known as .380ACP, which, in turn, had been developed about 1908 for Colt / Browning model 1908 pistol.
Between two World Wars these pistols became very popular across Europe as a police, military and self-defence guns. It is well-known also that the First World War was started by the Browning m1910 pistol, which had been used in 1914 to assasinate the Archduke Ferdinand.
Technically, both m 1910 and m 1922 (also known as model 1910/22), are blowback operated semi-automatic pistols. The recoil spring is located around the barrel, the trigger is of single action type and the gun is striker-fired. Both models featured three safeties - magazine safety (which blocks the firing when magazine is removed), automatic grip safety and manual, frame mounted safety.