FN 1922

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Also known as the Model 1922 or the 1910/22, the FNH 1922 is a semi-automatic handgun that was used during both World Wars. Different variants came in multiple calibers and the checkered grips were made with both wood and synthetic materials. Based on the Model 1910 and designed primarily for military and law enforcement, the 1922 boasted a longer barrel than its predecessor, as well as a slide extension and longer grip frame to pack two additional rounds.

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