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    Swedish Husqvarna M1907

    Hi all,

    Thought I would share with you all a very fun little pistol that I have had for a bit and maybe get some information about it.

    Its a Swedishicon Husqvarna M1907 serial number 95 (though I know the serial number system isn't straight forward for these), and is a bit mismatched (the barrel has a different number). Still in the original 9x20 browning long, I am not sure if this particular pistol was military issue or private purchase as the holster it came with has some names inside the flap (hopefully someone who knows a bit more about these than me can chime in on the names).

    Overall I personally love this pistol, basically fully ambidextrous (only part that isn't is the safety, which I don't really use as I only shoot at the range) which matters to me as a lefty, pretty accurate, reliable (have only had one stoppage in 500rds and that was the slide didn't fully return, quick push on it and problem solved), and neat history (how many service pistols get replaced then reissued some 25 years later without a war). The only real downside to the pistol is the brass looks extremely similar to 9x19 (spend a good solid 20-30 min at the range just to figure out which brass is mine and which is someone elses).

    Without further ado here are some pics. Not sure if the first name is a unit or a person, I do know the one is someones name (though I have no idea who).





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    I have been looking for one of these.
    found some hen's teeth, a needle in a haystack,
    and some dude named Diogenes with an honest man.
    But not one of these. A few of the Swedishicon armory rehabs
    with the fine Husquvarna sandblasting.. but not a blued one.
    *this is my jealous face*

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    Honestly, it is a blast to shoot and the history of them is fascinating. I know down south one of the issues is also finding one that hasn't been converted to .380 acp as I believe it was done by some of the importers so there would be cheaper ammo to shoot.

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