By Lars Dalseide | February 12 2009 14:35

Pocket Browning 32 Auto Every Thursday night at 10:20 pm Eastern, we're treated to "The Curator's Corner," a segment on

This week, we'll see a nifty little piece … a pocket Browning 32 auto.

Designed by the legendary gun maker John Moses Browning for the Belgian company Fabrique Nationale (FNH), this firearm was the first auto pistol FNH produced. Over 700,000 were believed to have been manufactured until the line ended in 1911.

So tune into NRANews and hear more about this classic piece of firearms engineering.


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