Re: MAB Brevete Model D (made in france)
Look under "MAB" and it says to look under the "French military heading." Sure enough, there is is.
Re the above, I have never seen one in .380; could they have been made post-GCA '68 for U.S. import? Both the French police model and the German ones were in .32 ACP, the latter would not have been in .380 because .380 ammo was not in the German military/police supply system.
FWIW, I note a couple of errors in that section. The Model 1935A was not blued, it was black enameled, and I have never seen one with wooden grips, checkered or otherwise. The Model 1935S was never made in .32 ACP or .380 ACP, it was made only in 7.65 French Long. It was blued, not enameled. The Model 1935A is, to my mind, one of the neatest looking and nicest pistols to hold that I have ever seen, almost like some French wo..., sorry, that is off topic.