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Hi,

When my grandfather passed away a fiew years ago I got my hands on one of his belongings, meaning his personal protection gun, when he was in Africa.

I would like to know a bit more about it, like brand and wat the proof marks mean. I have surfed the net for a couple of days now, but haven't found anything.
I thought it would be a FN weapon, that's why I'm posting on this forum.

It would be amazing if you people would be able to help me and tell what weapon this is.


Gun Firearm Trigger Starting pistol Revolver
 

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Estram,

welcome to the forum & thanks for sharing your story. Some of the folks on this forum will be able to help you; it may just take them a minute to see your post. Welcome and good luck on your hunt for information.
 

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Click here, blue12

This is a Union III, but is unmarked. The Union was the only gun to use this shape of grip and this gun must have been made as a private label gun for someone else. Normally it would have UNION spelled out between the two bars on the grip. All markings would be the same on the slide except it would have "Union" under the automatic pistol

Hope this helps.
 
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