HUSQVARNA M40
HUSQVARNA M40
HUSQVARNA M40
HUSQVARNA M40
HUSQVARNA M40
HUSQVARNA M40

HUSQVARNA M40

SKU GDC0000001927

used very good

Out of stock

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Product Information & Specs

This Husqvarna M40 is a semi-automatic pistol chambered in 9mm with an 8-plus-1 round capacity. A 4.75-inch barrel is adorned with a notch rear sight and a blade front sight. The M40 is of Finnish design and that shows as it was built to be operated by gloved hands. Deep slide serrations allow for easy retraction of the slide while a large trigger guard and protruding safety catch are also designed specifically for gloved hands. Diamond checkered hard plastic grips ensure users have a secure grasp on this pistol.

Seller Description

Based on the L-35 design by Arno Lahti originally for the Finnish Army, about 80,000 Swedish Lahti M40 pistols were produced during World War II and remained in service with that country through the 1980s when they were replaced by the Glock G17. Produced by Husqvarna Vapenfabrinks A.B. (HVA) the gun has standard fixed blade front and notch rear sights, mis-matched serial numbers on the mantle and frame, a serrated cocking piece, stock mount on the heel, and checkered black plastic Husqvarna monogram grips. The pistol is marked “S.S.”, the stamp of Swedish military inspector Capt. Sten Stenmo, just over the lanyard ring on the grip. Its serial number range puts it in the standard Swedish Army contract and the gun has unit markings on the right ride plate. Includes a brown leather military holster with slots for an extra magazine, loading tool, and cleaning rod.

Modifications

1-8 RD MAGAZINE, VINTAGE HOLSTER

UPC GDC0000001927
Caliber 9MM
Action NOT SPECIFIED
Capacity 8 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 4.8 BARREL
Weight 2.8













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