One of my LGS called me up about a gun they’d taken in, a Harrington & Richardson Safety Hammerless in .32S&W that they were selling for $100. I went in to take a look at it and decided to pass. But while I was standing there shooting the breeze, I looked down into the case and spotted an FN Model 1922, priced at $125 and marked “parts only”. Other than missing the magazine, the gun looked pretty complete so I asked for a closer look. It’s been bubba’d, but the bubba job is kinda reversible: The gun has an FN Browning Model 1910/55 .380ACP barrel & barrel bushing instead of the correct (longer) barrel and slide extension. You can see in one of pics the slot for the slide extension to lock into, and the 1910 barrel bushing sits a tad more recessed in the 1922 slide. Oh, yeah, the slide extension has the front sight on the Model 1922 so… this gun has no front sights. The gun also has the Waffenamt proof marks, however they re-blued it and the proof marks aren’t nearly as sharp as they should be. So all in all it looks to truly be a parts gun or a fun little shooter. I offered the shop $100 and bought it. Pics of the gun along with a comparison to my other FN Model 1922 The question now: Do I find the parts to make it correct? (meaning I either get a correct Model 1910/55 slide or get the correct Model 1922 barrel and slide extension) OR Do I part it out? What do you folks think?