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Beretta M-35 'Parkerized' 4UT Proofed

Article about: Enjoy this Beretta M-35 7.65mm Dark Grey 'Parkerized' 4UT proofed Delievered to the German Command in 1944, and accessories...BILL

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    Enjoy this Beretta M-35 7.65mm Dark Grey 'Parkerized' 4UT proofed Delievered to the German Command in 1944, and accessories...BILL
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    "As long as there are brave men and warriors the halls of Valhalla will never be silent or empty"

    In memory of my father William T. Grist December 26, 1920--September 10, 2009..
    901st. Ordnance H.A.M. North Africa, Italy, Southern France....ETO
    Also in memory of my mother Jane Kidd Grist Feb. 22, 1920-- September 27, 2009... WWll War bride May 1942...

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    A great little pistol

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    Quote by Bill Grist View Post
    Enjoy this Beretta M-35 7.65mm Dark Grey 'Parkerized' 4UT proofed Delievered to the German Command in 1944, and accessories...BILL

    Hi Bill Nice rig. thanks for sharing. I like the box of bullets. Rare to find. Here is some pics of my 4UT 1935's. Great little pistols. Good design. I have had a few. The one I have kept is a late war parkerized blank slide 4UT, with this same grey-green holster. These green grey holsters are quite interesting and unique to these little pistols, but I have also seen bring backs with different small automatics in them. Seems these late war holsters were designed for a "universal usage as you may know. Worth mentioning for other members.

    Regards, Steve
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    Steve i have the same rig but mine came with a eagle C Walther PPK . I just thought it was a post war police holster. Thanks for the info.

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    Bill,very nice pistol.First I have seen with a parkerized finnish.My 4TU blank slide came with green Italian holster that had been dyed black on the outside.

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    Bill great gun have you shot it yet?

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    Quote by RH1941 View Post
    Steve i have the same rig but mine came with a eagle C Walther PPK . I just thought it was a post war police holster. Thanks for the info.
    Hi RH, Good, glad you learned something. A lot think the same of these holsters because most are unmarked and the color throws people off. I have seen them waffenampt marked/accepted also in 2 different spots, usually on the leather piece under the strap. I think I might have seen one also that had a 3 letter Mfg. code, not sure though. PPk's and other small autos fit nicely in these little holsters.

    Regards, Steve I wonder if Bill's has any markings?

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    Quote by paddywonka View Post
    Bill,very nice pistol.First I have seen with a parkerized finnish.My 4TU blank slide came with green Italian holster that had been dyed black on the outside.
    Hey paddy, nice rig. Thats a nice M1934 Italian holster. Maybe a German officer dyed the holster black. That was pretty common in that theatre. I guess my pistols are 2nd and 3rd parkerized pistols you have seen then.

    Regards, Steve

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