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Pietro Beretta-Gardone V.T.-Cal. .380

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Old 10-29-2011, 08:38 AM   #1
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Default Pietro Beretta-Gardone V.T.-Cal. .380

Does anyone have a manual of this model? Appreciate if you can share with me.
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Beretta made several different models of .380 caliber pistols. They still make the models 84 and 85. Check their web site for more info to determine which model you have.

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