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Beretta 1915 in 7.65

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    I picked up a decent Beretta M1915 in .32 ACP rather cheap, because it lacked the magazine. I thought I had a correct mag for it, but sadly, the top cartridge is a bit low for the slide to pick it up.
    Does anyone have a photo of the correct holster for this pistol (I normally get the holster first, but I thought I would make things hard for a change)
    Best
    Gus


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    It looks as though the safety is from a newer model.

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    Yes, the safety is for a Mod. 1934/35, this is the correct one and this is the holster for your gun.
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    Can you post a picture of your magazine?

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    Nice pistol, I like it! Thanks for showing.

    Regards

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    very nice pistol your gonna have fun hunting down a holster for that

    tom

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    The correct name for your gun is "Brevetto 1915, Model 1917". Your pistol brings # 58xxx so was made in 1919, PS in oval is an inspector marking.

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    Hey Kanister,
    Thank you for the great information, I do not have a photo of the magazine, but it is actually a magazine for a Frommer STOP that had a bit of machining to the back where the catch fits. but it is a bit too short. The correct magazine is easy to recognize, so I will keep my eyes open at gun shows. I recently saw a holster for sale, but it had the flap removed. I collect WWI uniforms and weapons, and this will be a nice addition.

    This is currently the only Italian handgun that I have in my display

    Best
    Gus

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    wow that is is a very nice collection of uniforms well done can you show more pictures of the uniforms please

    tom

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    Hey Tom,
    I hope we do not get moderated for being off topic, but here are a few more photos of the uniforms.
    Trying to stay a little on topic to start, first is my Italian, he has the insignia of an Engineer, the trousers, leggings and Zanio are post war.

    The uniform of a Tiroliean Kaisersschüttzen

    Late war Austrian

    Russian armed with a Winchester M1895 and a M1912 hand grenade

    Belgian

    French Poilu, loading a VB rifle grenade in the discharge cup on his rifle

    British, Canadian in this case due to the Canadian pattern overcoat

    USMC armed with the 1903 Springfield

    US Army infantryman armed with the Eddystone M1917

    US artilleryman

    US Navy, uniform af a friend who served on the USS Western Spirit

    German infantryman with M1915 Gumimaske

    Bavarian infantryman with M1916 Lederschtzmaske

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