beretta .32 auto


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thetonyage
July 28, 2009, 04:04 PM
i inherited what i believe to be a m1935 7.65cal. beretta from my father. he was in the american army stationed in the phillipines during ww2. it reads P. BERETTA-CAL. 7.65-BREVETTATA GARDONE V.T. 1944.
it has the German 4 UT acceptance stamp on the right side and on the left there is a crown stamp with the lion in a circle. the serial is 520XXX. can anyone give me any information about this handgun?

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Jim K
July 31, 2009, 07:41 PM
The Model 1935 was the .32 equivalent to the M1934 .380. They were good guns and were made for a number of years after WWII. A picture would help to make identification certain, and a picture of the German markings would help.

Jim

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