Beretta M1935 silencer

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  1. Enzo_Guy

    Enzo_Guy New Member

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    As some may know, I have a Beretta M1935 used in WW2 brought home by my grandfather, I was interested in aquiring a silencer as my weapon was used by a special forces unit and a silencer would make it an even more interesting collector piece. I'm not sure if there were any silencers made for this gun, my uncle was left the M1934 (which I am aware there are silencers available) but I am not sure if there were any made for the M1935.
    My other, and possibly most important, question is if there were silencers made for this weapon, would I still have to obey the rules of modern suppressors or would it be under C&R rules?
  2. inplanotx

    inplanotx New Member

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    If they are legal in your state, then you would need a federal tax stamp to buy one. C&R rules DO NOT APPLY to silencers, period.
  3. 45Smashemflat

    45Smashemflat New Member

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    Are you looking for a "vintage" unit or something more modern?
  4. southernshooter

    southernshooter New Member

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    You still have to do the form 4's and other stuff.
  5. Enzo_Guy

    Enzo_Guy New Member

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    I don't care if it is vuntage or modern, I just want it as a collectors piece to go with the gun. Thank you southern and inplanotx for your help.
  6. 45Smashemflat

    45Smashemflat New Member

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    Adavnce armament (.com) should be able to make one up for you.
  7. Enzo_Guy

    Enzo_Guy New Member

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    Thanks a lot.
  8. Tac

    Tac *TFF Admin*

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    If you want to keep the TRUE collctible value of
    this piece, then leave it is, or get an original
    suppressor that was made for it. I suggest you
    got to http://www.subguns.com then click on NFA
    Weaponss and you'll find a lead to an original suppressor
    of the approximate same era for that gun there, at least
    you should.... Also, look at the *Good Guy* List there too.
    To name two, Jerry of Recon Ordnance and Stan Andrewski
    are of the best there are in the NFA world.

    Tac
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