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 new every day carry aka EDC 
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John Moses Browning designed. 1922 FN Browning made in 1942 in Belgium under German occupation. My new concealed carry pistol. All original, all matching #'s.

Already looking for colt pocket hammerless or FN Browning hammerless. This is every day carry with style.

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Tue Jan 28, 2020 1:05 am
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How many rounds fired?


Tue Jan 28, 2020 1:08 am
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I don't know. Not a lot. It is very nice. It was the nicer of 2 I looked at.


Tue Jan 28, 2020 1:24 am
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Viking22 wrote:
I don't know. Not a lot. It is very nice. It was the nicer of 2 I looked at.



It is very cool.... :thumbsup2:

My question, and this follow-up, is in no way meant as a 'slight'...

It's a very cool weapon, but when I see "EDC", I think Every Day Carry, which should be reliable, and shot often...

So, while my question to a collector might prefer a low round count, for EDC, the best answer is a ton of flawless rounds by the carrier of the weapon :thumbsup2:

Again, not in any way a slight, but if it's your EDC, practice a lot :thumbsup2:

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Tue Jan 28, 2020 1:34 am
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That is a truly unique EDC. Where did you find a holster for that Pistol??

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Tue Jan 28, 2020 1:36 am
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It is very reliable. It is a military/police pistol originally designed in 1910. It was modified from Browning's 1910 design. The 1922 model is in .32 acp, has longer grip and longer barrel than 1910 version in .380 acp.

I don't have a holster for it. I wish. Especially b/c it should be German occupied made. I like this better than the Mauser or Beretta comparable models that did have the original holsters.


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If you can't find a period correct Holster, you might try Tawnya at Horizon Country Leather here in WA.
I have a complete shoulder rig and other Holsters from her, she does great work.
https://www.horizoncountryleather.com/

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You going to carry one in the pipe? Reason I ask is I have two very similar Ortigies that I do not carry with one in the pipe because the safeties are a bit fragile.


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Yep. Carrying one in the hole. Has grip safety and thumb safety. This is way cooler than my glock 42 or 43.


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There’s cool and then you have tacticool.

It’s your choice but I wouldn’t recommend it.
But that’s free advice.


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