FN 1900 #2160

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canuck
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FN 1900 #2160

Post by canuck » Thu Dec 07, 2017 8:20 pm

As requested Cam, here are some pictures of #2160 - not great as I have not been able to make it home before dark lately!
If there is something more specific you'de like to see, let me know.
I didn't want to clutter the other post as I will post pics of #2150 within it on arrival


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And a group photo of my 1900s/Model 8s & 81
(stored on muzzle temporarily)


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81police
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Re: FN 1900 #2160

Post by 81police » Fri Dec 08, 2017 8:54 am

Thank you so much for the pictures, she's a beat. Used but not abused. Looks like an honest rifle, and the rare "no rib" version. Oh my, if only that Belgian springpole could talk!
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jack1653
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Re: FN 1900 #2160

Post by jack1653 » Fri Dec 08, 2017 10:42 am

Hey canuk,

That is a good addition to your FN1900 collection. You may consider it a little rough, but I think it is a good find anytime you can add one of these rare rifles to the collection. To find a plain barrel jacket in the FN 1900 is even better. At least all the components are present in the operating handle

It appears from the pictures, your collection is growing for these rifles. You wouldn’t be trying to out number me, would you? I would hate to have to go on the hunt for more of the FN’s. This could reignite the “jackitis” which has been dormant for a long time. HaHa.

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Re: FN 1900 #2160

Post by ranman » Fri Dec 08, 2017 1:56 pm

That's a very nice FN. No extra holes and the original sight elevator. Good find!

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