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I recently acquired a FNH (FN Herstal) marked M1922 7.65mm (.32ACP) magazine that is Waffenamt marked and appropriate for a 1940-1941 period FN M1922 pistol.

The last part of the Waffenamt marking is not distinctly stamped, but I believe I can make out the digits of an Eagle/WaA103 mark. I can clearly see the "WaA" and "1" digit marks, and just make out the "0" digit. The last digit is not distinct enough to read. This stamping was used from early to later 1941, and is found only on the 36,000 7.65mm pistols within the 24,000 to 60,000 serial number range.

This is a well made pinned 8 round 7.65mm (.32ACP) magazine. It has some evidence of finish deterioration and it is stabilized. The spring is strong.

Item is in Raleigh, NC, USA. I'm interested in an even trade for a very good condition Walther PP pre-war (1929-1938 ) magazine.

I'm new on this forum, but have a long history on the LugerForum, Jan Still's Gunboards Forum, the P.38 forum and Smith and Wesson Forum.

Thank you!!!

Here are pictures, including closeups of the FNH and WaA markings:

DSC_0082FNH.jpg DSC_0075.jpg DSC_0078.jpg DSC_0080.jpg DSC_0081.jpg
 
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