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Beretta M1934

Article about: Hi all. Ive been silent for 2 months (military training) so here something to break the silence A bit of pitting, dont think it was reblued, the barrel numbers dont match with the rest but i

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    Hi all. Ive been silent for 2 months (military training) so here something to break the silence

    A bit of pitting, dont think it was reblued, the barrel numbers dont match with the rest but its a WW2 italian one; and its a "mirror" how we would call it here. I got the gun, one extra mag, 2 holsters (not ww2 but still) and around 90 bullets for 130e. Im pretty happy, just have to try it on the range

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    very nice and cheap well done.

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    They work reliably but aren't very accurate-a very short barrel but will leave a neat pile of brass at your feet!

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    A nice little shooter! Well worth the price!
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    This is my favourite small pistol next to the Walther PP (which i plan getting once too ). I will post pic from the range when i try it. I love it
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    You got yourself a good deal buddy. Nice pistol.

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    The barrel number don't match because the barrel is a post war replacement (see the Brescia proof mark with the star).

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    Quote by kanister View Post
    The barrel number don't match because the barrel is a post war replacement (see the Brescia proof mark with the star).
    So the barrel is post war or post war replaced? Anyway, even better because i took it as a shooter, not just collectable.
    Ex username - DTVPKING

    My dream - pink hue DAK M35/40 and a Jon Lord spec C3

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    Nice Pistol at a verynice price.


    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    It does shoot a little bit low, could it be because of the barrel? I have to put the front sight above the rear one, not leveling them even. Other that this (which im used to until now actually)no problems with accuracy i can do a 5cm group at 10m. Ive also done a bit of trigger work, it shot left low at first (stiff trigger pull). What do you think?
    Ex username - DTVPKING

    My dream - pink hue DAK M35/40 and a Jon Lord spec C3

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