The Model 1910 sidearm proved an excellent edition to the inventories of many national armies and security forces. The 1910 went on to see action in both World War I and World War II with production continuing into the early 1980's. Designed by John Browning and using his patented striker-fire system, the 1910 was one of the first to use a novel operating spring location surrounding the barrel, a design feature that became standard on most later European-style pistols. The 1910 was also one of the first firearms to incorporate a grip safety, magazine safety, and external safety lever to provide a triple safety system. This pistol features a fixed blade front sight with a notch rear, black synthetic grips, and a 6-round magazine. Its grips, metal, and bore are all in good condition.