FN M1922 "identity crisis"
My father-in-law recently passed away, and we found a bag of WWII pistols, probably not opened for nearly 65 years: one is Walther P38 ac44, and the other is Browning FN M1922 Belgique.
The M1922 has the checquered walnut grips, making it a 2nd variation and has a WaA140 stamp. From what I have read, the Wa140 is a 7.65 (32acp), but the magazine in stamped "9m/m"; which would be the .380 acp version. First identity crisis
ALSO the serial number is out of the range of any list of serial numbers I have seen: 2164xx with no prefix or suffix. olearmyjoel.com's list doesn't capture that particular number. Second identity crisis.
ALSO, the firing pin is snapped off, and I am looking for parts.
Any help is appreciated