I picked up an Italian made Mauser HSc-80 a while back on a whim. Basically it is an oddball made by Rento Gamba company that uses a Hsc type action with a double column magazine. But it disassembles pretty much just like any Mauser HSc. The guns came in a couple versions back in the early 80s. Some are marked HSc-80, some as SAB-2001, and some as HSc-Super. They came in 32 acp, 380 and 9mm Super. There are also some versions with a scalloped trigger guard for support hand finger support. Mine has the standard trigger guard and black plastic grips. There are also two serial numbers, one seems the be the real serial number of the weapon and the other appears to be a hand stamped inventory number from some sort of agency. The pistol has a ALL STEEL frame and Slide. It weighs 2 pounds empty. The magazine is a 13 round all steel magazine that looks almost exactly like a Beretta M84 mag. While the mag release is a thumb style popular in the US, it is semi recessed and you really have to work in order to release the mag. The safety lever looks like a Walther PP decocker, style but it is NOT. It is simply a hammer block safety that rotates part of the firing pin out of the way. So the hammer just hits steel when dropped. So you need to manually drop the hammer via pulling the trigger. There is no magazine disconnect safety on my pistol. The Slide is actually pretty hard to pull rearward for a 380. Even after I polished the exterior of the barrel which acts as the recoil spring guide. The double action trigger pull is horrible. Around 12-14 pounds... The single action trigger pull is crisp after a LOT of take-up and it is still 7 pounds. That I think I can fix. The barrel is 3.55 inches. The overall length is 6.5 inches and height is 4.75 inches. The grip is 6 inches in circumference. Range Results: NOTE No Chrono due to poor light. 15 yards: PMC 90gr FMJ = 1.75 inch group. American Eagle 95gr FMJ = 2.75 inch group Independence 95gr FMJ with plated cases:= 2.0 inch group Hornady Critical Defense 90gr FTX. = 1.0 inch group 175 rounds fired, no malfunctions of any kind.