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I have a Automatica Espanola "Bufalo" 765 .32 cal that is my dad's gun (who got it from his dad (my Grandfather). My Grandfather was in WWI, not sure if that is where he picked it up or not or if it was just traded from a buddy way back then.

My Grandfather told my dad the firing pin was missing. I am not sure how to determine this and not really sure if I should even try to do a test fire since it is so old now. It has a 7 round clip with it, with some really old bullets (that I will never fire).

Does anyone know who makes this gun?
What year it was produced?
Where I can find an owners manual?
Should I just take it to a gunsmith to have them look at it?

Thanks for your help.
 

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found it
it's a bufalo 7.65mm made by gabilondo y urresti
they were manufactured in between 1918 and 1925
there are 2 versions with either 7-round or a 9-round magazine
all the info i have on it is for the basic model without the ornate designs on it.
the basic model in fair to good condition is worth between 100 and 125 bucks.

i hope that helps
Thanks dcp1987!
Do you think the ornate etching design makes the gun more valuable? Is the etching something done by the manfuacturer or maybe 3rd party or the owner? I haven't been able to find any pictures of one of these with the ornate gold etchings at all.
 
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