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Saturday, June 7th 2014, 6:01pm


FN Model 1910/22
The FN 1910/22 is a later variant of the M1910. An early Browning design, the M1910 was offered in several chamberings. An FM M1910 in 9mm x 17mm Browning short (.380acp) was used to assassinate Archduke Ferdinand.
Calibre: 7.65 x 17
Action: blowback operated semi-automatic
Length: 178mm
Weight: 0.705kg loaded
Magazine: 8 round magazine
MV: 260m/s

Nagant M1895 Revolver
Developed by Emile and Leon Nagant, this revolver has been popular in Russian service. The revolver is highly unusual in that the when the hammer is drawn back the cylinder moves forward to make a gas seal with the barrel, which is aided by the cartridge design. This increases muzzle velocity, enhances accuracy, and avoids gas escape thus allowing the fitting of a silencer. This arrangement makes reloading slow, but the revolver can be safely carried loaded. Production in Liege restarted in 1919, as the revolver is allowed as an alternative sidearm for officers.
Calibre: 7.62 x 38
Action: double action revolver
Length: 235mm
Weight: 0.75kg unloaded
Magazine: 7 round cylinder
MV : 272m/s
ROF: 14-21

9mm Browning P-35 Grand Puissance
Generally known as the Browning Hi power, the pistol is a Fabrique-Nationale product developed primarily by John Browning. There is an alternative model with tangential rear sights and a detachable stock.
Calibre: 9x19 parabellum
Action: single action, short recoil semi-automatic
Length: 197mm
Weight: 1.06kg loaded
Magazine: 13 + 1
MV: 350m/s
ROF: 40/min