If it's a 34 it's a .380 if it's a 35 it's a .32. The slick sides I think were all made in 1944. Heres my slick side .380. that got stolen. The only caliber marking is a 9 above the trigger guard on the right side
From the serial number it looks like a 1935. Appears that the 1934's had
a letter prefix, and the 1935's did not.Beretta Web - mod. 1934 & 1935.45ACP SD
Oops; nevermind about that
how much do you think this gun is worth?
I wouldn't sell it. You won't get enough for it to replace the historical or sentimental value and you will always regret it.
People get the government they deserve.
If the pain is lacking so is the discipline...
"the only 911 call I need is chambering a round" - Mr. Muller, MO car dealer
Old Beretta! Probably a .32 (7.65mm) acp.