Re: Let's see some old French firearms:
The MAB (Manufacture d'Armes de Bayonne), this one in .32 ACP (not Super). This was the standard sidearm of the French national police forces from just after the Second World War to the middle 1960s, as I understand.
This was Inspector Clouseau's pistol.
I've shot it and compared it to others in my .32 Auto collection. It works very well without hitches, and gives the highest velocity (with the same ammunition) of all five of my .32 ACP pistols. Even if it is Clouseau's pistol. Accuracy results are adequate without being great.
My apologies. As you all can see, I'm still figuring out how to get good photos of my collection for republishing.