Designed by John M.
Browning c.1896 for the Fabrique Nationale Herstal, manufactured
c.1900-1912 - serial number 456355. 7,65x17mmSR seven-round removable box magazine, blowback semi-automatic with a slide. You might think “well duh” but it was a new thing back then. A very fun design, from the dawn of semi-automatic pistols.
Designed and Patented by John Browning c.1898-1900 and manufactured by Remington Arms c.1905-1947 - serial number
465991. This one is a WW2 production. 12 gauge four-shell tubular magazine, long-recoil semi-automatic, hunting scenes engraving. This gun is kind of an odd one since it presents the US & “shell and flame” grenade engravings as well as
Crossed Cannons ordnance proof
but does not fit the usual military finish. An American variant of the Browning Auto 5 manufactured in Belgium since 1902, the Remington Model 11 only entered production in 1905 as the then owner of the company
Marcellus Hartley got too excited knowing Browning was in his waiting room with a gun design, and died of a heart attack. Or at least that’s how I see it. This variant differs from the Belgian Auto 5 by lacking a magazine cut-off.
That’s an Auto 5 Police with an 8-round magazine. You’re welcome.
Designed by John M. Browning c.1896 for the Fabrique Nationale Herstal, manufactured c.1900-1910 - an earlier prototype was also produced as the Mle 1899. 7,65x17mmSR seven-round removable box magazine, blowback semi-automatic, the first pistol to use a slide. I decided to go with the Belgian names since FN Browning M1900 was apparently not used back then :T
Designed by John Browning c.1902, manufctured by the Fabrique Nationale de Herstal in Belgium c.1903-27. 9x20mmSR Browning Long seven-round removable box magazine, blowback semi-automatic, shrouded hammer. I kinda like this one more than the 1911.