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Dave3
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(1/20/02 4:41:46 pm)
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Just picked up this little dandy at the show and was wondering if there maybe some place I could get a digram or something so I can take it apart and clean it. Thanks.

One of the grips is cracked anybody know where I can get one?

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Re: 1900 Browning 32cal
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Dave3
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(1/20/02 7:57:18 pm)
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Thanks Doc Got me new set of grips on the way. I've got an exploded drawing also.
 

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I joined mostly to research a gun left by my wife's father. I believe his dad carried it with him in South America while he was mining. From GOOGLe and the nomenclature on the gun, I have identified it as a FN Browning 1900 [I thought at first it was a Beretta].
The barrel seems to have a steel plug inserted in the muzzle end. HELP.

I saw this old POST, and on the off-chance you were active, I am posting today.

Can this be removed? I have not been able to locate any barrel replacements, and would like to restore the pistol to operational status.
Any thoughts, PLEASE
 
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