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I found this at a local Gander Mountain store a few years ago, it's 100% matching, non import marked. One of the nicest examples of this model I've ever seen (which is very few).
 

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that is really a nice pistol.
 

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Congrats on a great find, that's a nice looking 1910. They don't show up too often.

Last year I was extremely lucky to find one of the Belgian Army contract marked ones in excellent condition.
 

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Hey NavyGunner...

How do you tell a Belgian Army contract marked 1910? I have one I think is Belgian Army, but I am not sure. Would appreciate some clarification on this. Can supply pics if necessary.

Thanks,
Gary
 

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Nice pistol. I have a similar condition 1910 produced about 30,000 s/n after yours. I figured mine was made ca. 1946 but I don't remember where I referenced that number.
 

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My grandfather took one of these pistols home with him from WWII. He fought two battles in Italy and I think he took it off a German officer. I'll have to take a look at the serial numbers to be sure I guess.
 
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