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none6663
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(3/4/02 6:31:09 am)
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This piece will go 99% plus, the only sign of wear is on the top of the barrel where the slide moves back and forth. Doesn't appear to have been shot much. Cal. 32 auto,,,,I have only seen 380's in the mod.34 ????????????????????? Date stamped on the frame.
It's a real cherry WHAT'S IT WORTH

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(3/4/02 9:36:36 am)
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Hi None6663.....and welcome to TFF!

Check back in a while.....looks like our experts are sleepin' in (or maybe hung over from last night).

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(3/4/02 3:11:33 pm)
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Re: Beretta 1953 mod.34
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According to what you describe somewhere between
$350.00 - $375.00 however, according to what I
have in front of me you are describing the Beretta Mod.
1935 not the 34 which was only produced in .380.

Also, if the pistol has a high polish finish add 10%
unless postwar.

One of our other experts will have to confirm but
this is what I get.
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none6663
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(3/4/02 6:43:37 pm)
Reply | Edit | Del It has mod. 34 stamped on it
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That is what throwed me for a loop, All the 34's I"ve seen in 40 years were 380 cal. I picked it up a few years ago and ran a clip full thru just to check functionablity, ziped thru as fast as I could pull the trigger. WORKS FOR ME!!! Anyway in the last few weeks my better half has been giving me hell over the AOG vs. YM ratio,( amount of guns vs, years married) seems a 4 to 1 ratio in the gun arena isin't sitting to well with her. Needless to say I conceded and agreed to pare them down a bit. (see post on buy/sell forum you can't miss it. Anyone want to own a .32 34. [email protected] no resonable offer refused. ( for the sake on the AOG vs. YM ) you know.

none6663
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(3/4/02 11:58:46 pm)
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Has 1951 stamped right on the frame, I did alittle digging since last post and found mention of .32 cal in an old numrich catalog,,,Really is a sweet pocket piece, maybe I'll just hide it from her for a few more years till she starts losing her eyesight, on second thought she must have already,,,if she stays with me.
 
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