Thanks for your comment.
Yes, I wrote that article. I planned to translate it but since it was published ( I guess in february?) I had no time. I think I'll work in the next months.
Since english is not my first language it is not easy for me to translate in a "charming" form an article like this. I'll do all my best and will ask the help of some US friend of the field for a more elegant rewiew.
AS soon as it will be done and published i'll let the forum know..
Is that article you wrote for the Italian piece on 7.62x54r available in English yet??...
Please let us on GunBoards know when it is...We'd all really appreciate it!!...
(thanks, btw...for all the help with the research on the Type 53 earlier this summer!!!)
can you please email me the finnish trigger translation as I can not save it or read it.
Thank you Mudgee!
Your help is well appreciated.
alb87 I have been reading your post on the Mosin Nagant sniper rifles and must say your commitment and interest is very inspiring. I have posted on there about my 1936 Izy PE sniper rifle. I have been collecting only for about three years and just love the way the gunboards is full of information like your post.
Keep up the good work.
This is one of the late war time m1934 pistol.
As far as I know, all the pistols had the serial number.
Few of the early m1934 had wooden grips.
Pictures would help a lot.
You can drop me an email without any problem.
Hi I have a P Beretta-Cal. 9 Mod. 1934 Brevet Cordone V.T. 1944 there is no ser# but there is a small marking on the left side of the handle where you slide the clip in, it also has wooden gripes.
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