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Old January 1, 2012, 05:56 PM   #5
gyvel
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Without a doubt, it is the FN/Browning Model 1910. No sights, hammers or angular corners to snag in a pocket, and very easy to field strip. Excellent, positive safeties.

The separate breechblock on the Remington 51 is prone to cracking in the rear where the roller is, and the Savages have a tendency to go full auto as the fire control parts start to age and wear.
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