is what the Terminator would have asked for if he'd had any real taste in guns. Anyone know anything about these? I got a parts kit for one off gunbroker and assembled it to a FEG frame. I've never seen one of these in the flesh before and only ever seen a picture of one in an old copy of small arms of the world. everything dropped in pretty good except I have an extra spring and what looks to be a sear of some sort left over. Sorry about the crappy picture of it, any ideas as to what it might be? the gun dry fires just fine, trigger is very light although the pull is longer than any of my other BHPs.
It's called the "Competition" model.
These were imported by Cassi, Inc and not by Browning Arms.
Typically they have a sheet metal rear sight (like yours) that is not easily replaced with any other rear sight.
The original factory grips for these were Pachmayr rubber grips.
The late Stephen Camp has a great write up on his web site http://www.hipowersandhandguns.com/FN%20Competition%20Model.htm
There are some pics of several of these things in the Browning pistol pic. thread.