The Model 1902 is a semi-automatic pistol developed by famous American firearms designer John Browning and produced by the Colt in the early 20th century. The Model 1902 was not a new design, but rather an incremental improvement upon the nearly identical M1900, and would transition from the 1900 into three distinct but related pistols with the same action and cartridge, the 1902 Sporting Model, the 1902 Military model, and the 1903 Pocket Hammer model. The 1902 Military Model features a squared and lengthened grip frame with an additional round in the magazine. These pistols were also made with a mechanical slide stop and a lanyard loop on the heel of the grip in addition to being slightly heavier. This pistol has been damaged by someone attempting to strip the bluing. Its grips and metal are in good condition and its bore is in very good condition.