John Moses Browning is likely the most famous gun designer ever to have sketched on a cocktail napkin. And if you design weapons for the military, you have to know they’ll be used to kill people. But when JMB designed the .32 caliber 1910, he couldn’t have expected that one pistol in the hands of a disaffected Yugoslav nationalist would lead to the deaths of so many. It was on this date in 1914 that Gavrilo Princip used a model 1910 FN Browning to assassinate Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife in Sarajevo. That, of course, set in motion a series of events that led to the carnage that was World War I, set the stage for World War II (60 million more) and reverberates in the Balkans to this day. That’s a lot of mayhem for one gun. And to think most people call a .32 underpowered.