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  Beretta 1934 Silver - Western Arms ( Buy, Pictures, Info )
The 1934 is a single action gun and lacks a decocker, but with this gun WA introduced a mechanism, a "Transfer hammer system", that allows you to pull the trigger, and let the hammer down gently, without releasing the gas from the magazine.
Part of the reason the 1934 feels so solid and well made is that the grips are (in a bizarre reversal of most real steel) made of zinc alloy, whilst the frame of the gun is heavyweight material ABS.
The right side of the slide also bears the standard WA Beretta licence agreement, which (to me) detracts from the overall appearance of the smaller Berettas (the M84 and this 1934), although on this silver gun it is very faint, suggesting the silver paint slightly infills it.
www.eliteairsoftuk.com /content/2005/06/000007.php   (1168 words)

  
  Beretta model 1934 & 1935. The Most Famous Model.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Towards the end of the 1920s Beretta had a range of three models of pistols, of which the intermediate 7.65 calibre model (the Model 1922) was considered outmoded compared to the other two - an attitude which was reflected in market demand.
This pistol can be considered as the forerunner to the very famous Model 1934, from which it differed in only three ways: the line of the handgrip; the grips themselves, which were made of wood; and mechanically in the lack of half-cocked on the hammer.
The adoption of this new 9mm pistol by the army did not impede the development of the 7.65 calibre version, the Model 1935, which was supplied to the navy and the air force, and continued to be produced independently of the larger calibre model.
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  Just Pistols - GBB   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The 1934 is a single action gun and lacks a decocker, but with this gun WA introduced a mechanism, a "Transfer hammer system", that allows you to pull the trigger, and let the hammer down gently, without releasing the gas from the magazine.
Part of the reason the 1934 feels so solid and well made is that the grips are (in a bizarre reversal of most real steel) made of zinc alloy, whilst the frame of the gun is heavyweight material ABS.
The right side of the slide also bears the standard WA Beretta licence agreement, which (to me) detracts from the overall appearance of the smaller Berettas (the M84 and this 1934).
snowman.ascuk.net /1934.htm   (732 words)

  
 Beretta Curios and Relics - Beretta-E   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Beretta, model 1934 pistol, light weight model marked "Tipo Alleggerita" or "All" having transverse ribbed barrel, cal. 9mm.
Beretta, model 1934 pistols, cal. 9mm produced during 1945 or earlier and having S/Ns within the ranges of 500000-999999, F00001-F120000, G0001-G80000, 00001AA-10000AA, 00001BB-10000BB.
Beretta, model 1935 pistol, Rumanian Contract, marked "P. Beretta - cal. 9 Scurt - Mo. 1934 - Brevet." on the slide, cal. 9mm.
www.beretta-e.org /index.php?title=Beretta_Curios_and_Relics   (223 words)

  
 Nazarian
The Beretta 1915 was an Italian pistol produced from 1915 to 1945 in 9 mm Glisenti and 7.65 mm ACP calibres.
The Beretta 1915/19 was an Italian pistol based on the Beretta 1915 but with two thirds of the slide cut away, a simpler safety catch and sheet metal grip plates instead of wood.
The Beretta 1931 was an Italian pistol used mainly by the Italian Navy from 1931 to 1945 based upon the Beretta 1915.
www.nazarian.no /wepc.asp?lang=0&group_id=1&country_id=23   (894 words)

  
 Beretta Web - Old Beretta Pistols
The BERETTA 70 " SERIES, designed on the production experiences of more than ten millions of guns, is based on the classic features* of the BERETTA 1935 pistol, world renowned for over a quarter of a century...
Prototype of the first kind of Beretta revolver.........
As a follow up to manufacturing Model 1922 Beretta decided to produce another weapon......
www.berettaweb.com /prima_2.htm   (126 words)

  
 Beretta Web - Exploded Views
Beretta Over and Unders Silver Pigeon (Sovrapposti Silver Pigeon)
Beretta Over and Unders Gold Pigeon (Sovrapposti Gold Pigeon)
Beretta Shotguns AL391 Urika2 12 GA (Semiautomatici AL 391) 50KB
www.berettaweb.com /sezionati/sezionati.htm   (75 words)

  
 Beretta Web - Home Page
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www.berettaweb.com   (137 words)

  
 Beretta 92FS
Beretta is one of the oldest firearm companies in the world, with a history that can be traced back to 1526.
Although the Beretta won the USAF trials, politics got involved for various reasons, (mainly that some Americans didn't want Italian guns, 9mm guns, or yet another different gun, depending on whose version of the story you listen to) and the whole project went on the back burner for awhile.
Beretta was forced to redesign the pistol to solve the problem.
www.whuckaba.com /9mm/92fs.shtml   (1242 words)

  
 Beretta 92FS
Beretta is the oldest gun company in the world, with a history that can be traced back to 1526.
Beretta redesigned the gun with a slide-mounted safety, which when the lever is pressed downward, not only disengages the trigger but also decocks the hammer and trigger.
Although the Beretta won the USAF trials, politics got involved for various reasons, (mainly that some Americans didn't want Italian guns, 9mm guns, or yet another different gun, depending on whose version of the story you listen to) and the whole project went on the back burner for awhile.
www.cybershooters.org /dgca/beretta_92fs.htm   (2026 words)

  
 Just Pistols - GBB - WA Beretta 1934
The grips are nicely engraved and feel good (and cold to the touch) in the hand, although on this version the grips are coloured brown and supposed to look like wood (which they fail to do, although, once again, I suspect this replicates some genuine grips rather than being a WA affectation).
The right side of the slide also bears the standard WA Beretta licence agreement, which (to me) detracts from the overall appearance of the smaller Berettas (the M84 and this 1934), although on this silver gun it is very faint, suggesting the silver paint slightly infills it.
I found the combination of a dark rear sight and the silver foresight strangely hard to use, mainly in that I found it difficult to find the edges of the foresight blade in the notch of the rear.
128.177.0.116 /1934s.htm   (1091 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Beretta 1934 Article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
History In the early 1930s, the Italian army was impressed by the Walther PP pistol, Beretta did not wa...
In the early 1930s, the Italian army was impressed by the Walther PP pistol, Beretta did not want to lose a big Italian military contract and designed the compact 1934 for the Italian army which accepted it in 1937.
The Beretta 1934 has been captured in huge numbers during WW 2 from Italilan armed forces by allied soldiers who liked it cause it is very compact.
www.ipedia.com /beretta_1934.html   (384 words)

  
 Just Pistols - GBB   (Site not responding. Last check: )
I'll admit to being a bit of a Beretta fan - To me they are the most attractive of the mainstream automatics and they fit nicely in my hand.
The safety catch works, as in the real steel and Western Arms model, but not some other GBBs, as a decocker, which is an excellent feature which other airsoft guns would do well to replicate (notably the TM range), where appropriate to the real steel.
People are always asking on the forums which is the best airsoft Beretta and, whilst I've not seen a Western Arms one, I'd have no hesitation in recommending the Elite to anyone, especially considering the great price variation between it and any of the WA range.
snowman.ascuk.net /gbb.htm   (1577 words)

  
 M1934 Resource Page - beretta m1934
The Beretta M1934 was a compact self-loading, or semi-automatic blowback pistol, which was issued as a standard service firearm to the Italian armed forces in 1934.
Manufactured by the venerable 300-year old Beretta company of Brescia, the 1934 was 6 inches (152mm) long and weighed 23 oz (650g) when empty.
It was purpose build and designed for beretta m1934 the Italian armed forces, however it was also sold to the civilian market.
www.forensico.com /For-List_of_Firearms_M-/M1934.html   (419 words)

  
 24hourcampfire: Beretta 1934 and 948 FS
24hourcampfire: Beretta 1934 and 948 FS You are not logged in.
Beretta 948 which is the alloy framed.22 LR version of the 1934.
Top one is the 1934 the 2nd one is the 948, the third one is already sold and gone...
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 Definition of Beretta 1934
The Beretta 1934 is a compact.380 ACP caliber, blowback pistol that was manufactured by Beretta.
The magazine capacity of only 7 rounds reduces the 1934 to a last resort self defense pistol.
As the 1934 is compact and easy to hide, as ammunition is easy to find, the 1934 is here to stay.
www.wordiq.com /definition/Beretta_1934   (394 words)

  
 Shooting Times: Ask the Experts
Cowley, WY The Beretta Model 948 is a 22 Long Rifle version of the Beretta Model 1934.
It was produced in the mid-'50s as a modification of the 1934 model and sold by J.L. Galef as the "Plinker" or "Featherweight" as it has an aluminum frame.
Beretta's proven design was maintained but made several changes such as a push-button magazine release, wraparound grips, and further use of alloys and called it the Model 70 Puma or Cougar.
www.shootingtimes.com /ask_experts/st_0302_askexperts/index5.html   (374 words)

  
 John W. Beretta, O.S.A. (1919-2003)
Father Beretta was a pioneer in family ministry, a high school and college teacher, and the founding director of a Catholic center offering retreats and resources for personal growth and faith development.
John William Beretta was born November 17, 1919 in Den Haag, Holland to Leo and Adriana (Van Hagen) Beretta.
During the 1950's, Father Beretta was instrumental in starting the Cardinal Mindzenty Foundation, an organization devoted to promoting free democratic society and opposing tyranny throughout the world.
www.midwestaugustinians.org /death/newsberetta.html   (674 words)

  
 Italian Pistols - Beretta
Notes: The Beretta M-1915 was produced in quantity when the demands of World War 1 outstripped the ability of Italy to produce the Glisenti pistol Italians were using at the time.
It uses a short recoil system rather than the straight blowback system of Beretta’s smaller designs; this reduces recoil somewhat as well as making stoppages less common than they would be if a blowback system were used with the more powerful ammunition of the M-92.
The rear sight is adjustable, it has anatomical grips (before the war, Beretta would tailor the grips for the user), and has a muzzle counterweight for better balance.
www.pmulcahy.com /pistols/italian_pistols-beretta.htm   (2516 words)

  
 Firearms Beretta
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www.katsko.net /Firearms/Beretta.html   (485 words)

  
 Beretta 92
The Beretta 92FS, its predecessors and its copies are quite possibly the most common pistols in the world today, only the Browning Hi-Power can claim anywhere near the acceptance.
Beretta is the oldest company in the world, with a history that can be traced back to 1526.
Beretta redesigned the gun with a slide-mounted safety, which when the lever is pressed downward, not only disengages the trigger but also decocks the hammer and trigger.
www.constitution.org /mil/wi/17th/beretta_92.htm   (2150 words)

  
 MachineGun.com powered by Heavy Metal Armory
Beretta, model 1934 pistol, light weight model marked "Tipo Alleggerita" or "All" having transverse ribbed barrel, cal. 9mm.
Beretta, model 1934 pistols, cal. 9mm produced during 1945 or earlier and having S/Ns within the ranges of 500000-999999, F00001-F120000, G0001-G80000, 00001AA-10000AA, 00001BB-10000BB.
Beretta, model 1935 pistol, Rumanian Contract, marked "P. Beretta - cal. 9 Scurt - Mo. 1934 - Brevet." on the slide, cal. 9mm.
www.machinegun.com /2007/pages/sell.html   (6564 words)

  
 Beretta Bobcat 22 Cal
Rifles are known to be a dangerous weapon to many people, but to many people rifles are a very important collection, especially for hunters.
Like an old fashioned gun, you have to reload the gun every time you shoot, which can be a great hassle since speed is a factor for every player in the game.
BB bullets can cause serious injury since it is traveling at an extreme speed of hundreds of feet per second, especially if the body is exposed to skin or the eyes.
www.gunresource.com /beretta-bobcat-22-cal.html   (798 words)

  
 Beretta 1934 . Walther . Cartridge (weaponry) . Beretta . .380 ACP   (Site not responding. Last check: )
From 1934 to 1991, about 1 080 000 units
Beretta Mini Pistols Beretta 80 Models Beretta 92 Models Beretta 8000 Models Beretta 9000 Models Beretta is also well-known in hunting circles for their shotguns, often embellished with exquisite handcarved stocks and frames.
It was designed for early blowback pistols, that lacked a barrel firearms barrel locking mechanism.
www.uk.fraquisanto.net /Beretta_1934   (437 words)

  
 OutdoorsBest Forums: Beretta 1934
My wife was just reunited with her Beretta 1934 after 30 yrs of being misplaced.
Come to find out her eldest son had it and did not even know.(long story) The finish has a lot of wear but everything seems to lock up tight on it.
I've given it a good once over as has a friend also, everything seems to be in order and looks to be okay to shoot so we will see in the next few days.
outdoorsbest.zeroforum.com /zerothread?id=562330   (244 words)

  
 A Beretta
This James Bond was maybe from the north, because this Beretta wear – like the original with which I had it compared – an «SA» marking (for Suomi Armee, Finnish Army).
Result : this Beretta 1934 « Speziale » is a little 5+1.380 pistol, with the size of a medium.25.
But the gun holds the 10 meters target and the James Bond from the north should have felt some confidence, in front of all these red dangers, with the modest weight of its little “Speziale” in his pocket.
www.swissguns.ch /berettagb.htm   (451 words)

  
 Airsoft Retreat
Build quality of the 1934 is in a different league to the Colt and Derringer, but so, too, is the price, at around $140 from most HK retailers (depending on the EXACT version you choose).
The 1934 is single action, but once cocked it will fire as long as BBs (an impressive capacity of 20 rounds, courtesy of a double stacking magazine) and gas are present.
The Beretta is (as you would expect for the price) the clear winner in quality terms, delivers good accuracy and is a GBB, but it is not dramatically better in power terms.
www.airsoftretreat.com /features/reviews/pocket_power   (2016 words)

  
 Resources\Ordering
MAGAZINE SPRINGS for Beretta 84 only are available in +5% and +10% extra power offering a choice of springs for optimum magazine performance.
This is the product you have been waiting for to enhance your Beretta 92 or 96 series pistol.
Wolff guide rods for Beretta 92 and 96 series pistols are a precision, hi-quality one piece steel quide rod.
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