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SOLD--Not my usual type offering on TS.com, but I thought there might be some interest before I put it in an auction. From a local Estate--this Beretta Model 1934 is better then most you will see on the market. I'd rate it at 85-90%. The Model 1934 is a solid, well made gun that was the made into the fifties by Beretta. Chambered for 9mm Corto--which is .380. This gun, dated 1936, is military marked--Army.See picture #2. Bore, grips and mechanics are excellent. It comes with a decent leather holster and found in the 2nd magazine pouch was another barrel for this gun--also excellent. This gun points well and feels good in the hand. It would make a nice CCW. It's also a solid collectible and priced at $475 delivered in the lower 48.














 

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You're right--it's not 7.65--it's 9mm Corto which is .380. Thanks for pointing that out.
 
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