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Old 02-24-2011, 05:14 PM   #1
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I got this gun from a friend and their are no marking on it except the number 130. There is a nitrogen mark and some really nice letters that are very elaborate and so elaborate to the point I can not make them out. Its a 32 caliber it also does not say it any where on the gun its wierd. Any info would help. It its a model 1910 browning because of the safty and the way it breaks down for cleaning. Also the size of it kind of gave it away compaired to a model 1922. Also does anyone know why this gun would not have any markings and that is the best picture of that marking I can get. its actually a Deutsche Waffen and Munitions Fabriken model 22



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Default Im wrong its a Deutsche Waffen and Munitions Fabriken

what do you guys know about Deutsche Waffen and Munitions Fabriken

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That is the german factory for some of the pre-WWII and WWII military firearms.

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