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Beretta 7.65 1944 pistol

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ejpk, Oct 23, 2011.

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  1. ejpk

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    I got this pistol from my father who brought it back from Europe after WWII. I don't know much about it, but I thought I'd post a picture for your interest. I have put 50 rounds through it and it shoots pretty well. (No comparison to a modern autoloader!)
     

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    Looks like a war time hastily produced Beretta model 1935. Even though less finished or refined as a peace time era gun, it should be a nice shooter.
     
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    One of the cool things about your 1935 Model Beretta is that it is almost indestructible. There are a simple diesgn, with a minuimum of parts, and rugged as hell. They usually have stiff trigger actions (anyone know a good gunsmith who likes to work on them?), and they are simple to take down. My 1934 Model .380, basically the same gun but in the larger caliber) feeds everything, and is shorter than a Walther PPk. The new breed of .380's are lighter and smaller, but as you stated, it is still a great gun to plink with (especially if one reloads, as .32acp ammo isn't cheap).
     
  4. Wesley Moore

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    I also have a Beretta 7.65 1944 pistol
    does anyone know the value of this pistol? pangit1069@gmail.com
    thanks..
     
  5. ejpk

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    Don't know the true value, but I got $150 for mine as a trade-in at a LGS for a Springfield 1911.
     
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    They are selling on Auction Arms for $250 to $500+ depending on condition.

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