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Old 01-16-2011, 02:56 PM   #11
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oh yeah she's alive. I have no idea what it shoots though. It's not all rusted up and a number 2 pencil (round #2 pencil) won't fit in the barrel.
Usually brown squooshy stuff, if I remember correctly.
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Old 01-16-2011, 03:08 PM   #12
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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

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Old 01-16-2011, 05:44 PM   #13
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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
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Oops; nevermind about that

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how much do you think this gun is worth?
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how much do you think this gun is worth?
Simple, what someone will pay for it...
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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.
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oh yeah she's alive. I have no idea what it shoots though. It's not all rusted up and a number 2 pencil (round #2 pencil) won't fit in the barrel.
No not the gun. What's in the background? It looks like a baby....maybe a doll....something in a diaper.
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Old Beretta! Probably a .32 (7.65mm) acp.
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