Standard configuration Beretta M1935 with fixed front sight and a drift adjustable rear sight. Marked on the left side of the slide with two line address, all capitals , denoting caliber, model, and year of manufacture in 1943. “S” and red dotted “F” safety detents. Small proof on left tang. Boxed “MA” on right trigger guard web. Full serial number on right side of barrel lug, right slide, and right frame. Standard metal backed plastic grips and blued magazine with finger extension floorplate.
Exceptionally nice Beretta M1934, WWII, Italian Military issue.
Nearly 99% bright original high polish salt blue. Just minimul sharp edge wear. Comparable condition grips and nicely slotted, not burred, grip screws. VG magazine with thinning finger extension floorplate. Mirror bright bore with sharp rifling. Perfect manual mechanics. A beautiful mid WWII Beretta M1934, made 1943, that would be difficult to upgrade.