In 97% very sharp condition, we have a top example of the WW2 era European Dutch Army Service Pistol, the 9m/m short FN Browning Model 1922 Pistol. This pistol is fully rigged out with a matching numbered mag, cleaning rod and Nazi belt loop modified Dutch Army Holster. This pistol was manufactured in 1939 and bears the inspection stamp of Capt Holscher of the Dutch Arsenal in Hembrug. In Holland this pistol was known as the Pistool M25 No.2. Pistol Collectors often refer to it as the “FN Dutch Queen Wilhelmina Pistol” for the” Crown W” stamped on the top of the slide. It was the standard issue weapon of the Dutch military during WW2 and large quantities were surrendered To the Germans and reissued to the Navy and SS and also to the Army to a lesser extent. This Pistol was certainly a German reissue as the belt loop on the back of the holster as been modified to the German taste. The pistol is all matching and has a mint bore. You rarely see these still with the factory original matching mag as this one is. Certainly the nicest example of the Famous Dutch WW2 pistol we have seen in many years.