Made on licence from FN this Browning designed pistol in 9mm Browning long served in the Swedish armed forces from 1907 up until 1988 (alongside a licenced version of the Finnish Lahti L-35 from ca 1940) and used by hundreds of thousands of young recruits this really represents the genius of John Moses Browning. This particular one was built by Husqvarna arms factory in 1933. After it was taken out of service it was bought by a sergeant (equivalent) with the Air Force and then sold to me as his eyes got worse. Alot of people talk down on it because the problems with finding ammunition, but I got 3000 rounds with it so I wont run out anytime soon although I've shoot through a good 500 of them this last year. I'm reading up on handloading now Hearing you can use the .38 cartridge and shorten it. The round is pretty much equivalent to a .38 ACP I've heard. Getting a licence for a handgun in Sweden is not simple and requires active membership in a shooting club and a days worth of forms and a clean record and to get two I don't know what would be required. So I'm selling this in the future and I think I might go for a polymer 9mm of some sort. But she is a beauty. Hold on to your 2:nd!