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Old 11-19-2012, 08:24 PM   #21
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On that .32, is that a grip safety on the frontstrap?
Yes, and it has 2 safeties, grip safety and a (safe/fire) wheeled selector on back of grip...
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Pics of safeties...

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Is it a Beretta 418?
Tula Korovin .25 cal. produced in Russia about 1930-32. Used I believe by high Communist Party officials and the NKVD/KGB.
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Tula Korovin .25 cal. produced in Russia about 1930-32. Used I believe by high Communist Party officials and the NKVD/KGB.
I was stumped on this one 2. Beautiful pistol...
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The .32 looks like a S&W 35, but they were chambered in a .35 cal. I didn't know they made a similar pistol in .32

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The .32 looks like a S&W 35, but they were chambered in a .35 cal. I didn't know they made a similar pistol in .32
Good job!!!!! Yes this guy is a bit of a mystery to me too. It is a model 35, but as you can clearly see here its chambered in .32. Haven't researched this aspect much so any help would be appreciated. I know that s&w came out with the .35 and the model 35's used them, but also it was known that the .32 could be fired from it as well, and was cheaper/ easier to find. Maybe s&w got wise to this somewhere in the production run (6xxx) series...
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Found this. Scroll down to .35 s&w.

http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/mediapages/ArticleDetail.aspx?mediaid=542

"35 Smith & Wesson Auto Smith & Wesson introduced this cartridge and a new auto pistol in 1913. The S&W pistol is the only one that ever chambered this cartridge. The pistol was later chambered in .32 Automatic, replacing the .35 S&W Auto due to its inferiority. Typically 76 gr. FMJ, 809 fps, and 110 lbs of energy. Also called .35 Automatic."

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