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Hello, curious what experts thought about this gun. Looks to be a Beretta M1934 in maybe fair to ok condition. Manufactured in 1937, so prewar. It does have the royal acceptance stamp, so it was likely military issue. However the barrel marking "armamentos FL WPB 380ACP Italy" I presume is an import mark. I don't see any rust on the metal, looks like a few scratches maybe? There are definitely nicks on the grips. The finish seems to be basically completely worn off though. There's four magazines with it. I've seen such wild variety in the prices on these things, from $250 all the way up above $500. What do you recon for this condition?

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Just my opinion but in the shape it's in I think you'd be lucky to get 250.00 for it with the pitting and the slide going too far forward. I tried to sell this Italian air force blank slide with an aftermarket mag for 300.00 a few years ago and got no takers.

 
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