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    FN 1910 - rebarrelling to 380 and de-prohibiting.

    This seems so simple it's not even much of a gunsmithing task... but I've read enough mentions that is should be - like "if you are converting to 380 you are going to have to open the boltface up" or "you will need to find a magazine for 380"... So I had to try and it appears to be plug and play:

    1910 in .32 and a 1922 barrel in 380



    The mag is 32 and it fits like this



    And 380 fits just a bit more fush



    Disassemble



    To remove the barrel



    Barrels side by side looking in the chamber



    And put back together



    Everything fits, feeds and ejects as it's supposed to. No modifications required to anything _at all_.

    Hope someone finds this useful.

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    Where’d the barrel come from?
    Cleverly disguised as a responsible adult.

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    From a 1922? Has Belgian proofs and everything. Don't have a 22 to go with it.

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