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275 GBP  / $340 USD / 315 Euros

Metal Y.T. Corp.

Beretta M1934


Metal Y.T Corp. : Beretta M-1934 9mm short blowback

Brand new. Includes original box / instructions, 5x reusable blowback cartridges

Fires 1 shot disposable cartridges as well as reusable blowback cartridges.

     Functions, Fires, Field strips Exactly like the real thing !
     Weight with empty magazine approx. : 535g
     Magazine Capacity:  7
     Open Barrel for venting
     Construction : Metal frame, slide, barrel and trigger mechanism
     Firing Mode:  Semiautomatic

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PFC Primer caps:   £9.50 per box  (1 box = 100 PFC caps)

1 Shot 9mm disposable cartridges (blanks):   €0.48 /  £0.36p each (1 shot pre-loaded ready to fire disposable cartridge) :  Great also for film, theatre or re-enactment use

Spare magazines:     €19.45  /  £12.95 each

Spare Reusable blowback cartridges:    €2.70 / £1.85 each  (cartridges can be fired many times over, just replace the PFC primer cap)

Lockable Aluminium Storage / Carry Case:   €30.45 /  £22.95

   Great for storing or safe transport. Foam lined and lockable

Brief info on the Beretta M1934

The Beretta M1934 was a self-loading, or semi-automatic pistol which was issued as a standard service firearm to the Italian armed forces in 1934. Its caliber is 9 mm Corto (also known as 9×17mm Browning Short or .380 ACP
Manufactured by the venerable 300-year old Beretta company of Brescia. Although it was of 9mm calibre, it fired a special short cartridge in order to minimize gas pressure build-up in the chamber. Most models came with a nine-round magazine that was fitted with a spur-like extension that helped ensure a firm grip for a shooter with large hands.

The weapon saw extensive use in World War II in the hands of Italian Fascist forces, and quite a few were captured by Allied officers in the hope that they would fire the 9mm Parabellum cartridge used in the British Sten submachine guns, but they soon found to their dismay that the pistol was chambered for a shorter, less powerful 9mm Short cartridge. This model was followed by the M1935, which was similar to the M1934 in most respects, except that it fired a smaller 7.65mm cartridge.

This compact pistol proved so popular with the Italian Army and Air Force that it became the standard issue sidearm of Mussolini’s Fascist forces. After Italy had withdrawn from the war, a number of these pistols could also be found at the side of officers of the German Wehrmacht. This compact pistol was not only favoured by the Axis though, Allied GIs returning from the European theater brought home many of these popular guns as war trophies.

The M1934 was an exceptional gun for the time, and wound up being offered post-war for civilian sale all the way up until 1958.


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