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    1935 Beretta

    Auction from Hell had one of these recently which got me interested in them. Fit my hand perfectly and as I always have a bit of trouble with small pistols I figured it could be a conceal carry pistol on the rare occasions I do so. The auction lived up to it's reputation and it went very high. I spotted this one on Gunbroker the same day and after researching and checking condition opted to bid on it. Won the auction for $230 less than the Hell auction Basically same pistol, same condition so I'm pleased. Mike is currently holding it for me so I can't take better photos. Hoping to have it next weekend.

    This is a 1944 production Germanicon contract pistol, late war rough finish. Appears to be in good condition which Mike confirmed. Did not have a magazine but I was able to find an original one for $30. 7.65 Browning.



















    Magazine is not in as good of condition as the pistol but it will do until I can find another. Most guys are asking $70 for them.

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    One of the guns I always wanted but never had. Now they're prohibited status here so harder to find and own. Always liked them...in 380...
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    That's too bad. Seems an over reaching ban due to being the same caliber as "cheap" handguns. James Bond couldn't carry in Canadaicon.

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    In the sixth picture from the top, it looks like there is a large space below the barrel where it fits in the end of the slide. Can you comment? Is it the image or the gun? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Coffee View Post
    a large space below the barrel where it fits in the end of the slide
    That's normal, it's to allow for stripping. The barrel is struck from the front to disengage and then comes out the top. This opening allows that flexibility. Have a look at a few online, you'll see they're all the same.

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