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Comments:

  1. bse35 says:

    Don't need variations of this #33 the original is more than good enough

  2. Mike says:

    #30 kinda tough to get to those mags in a pinch ain't it?:p

  3. etcrr says:

    I don't know what caliber of guns they are. but if they were a lot of variants it had to be a decent gun

  4. Lisa says:

    #1 Swedish K

    • Franklin1138 says:

      Actually the Swedish K has a fold-in wire stock. I see where you might have thought that, though, with the perforated barrel jacket.

  5. Franklin1138 says:

    They're all the same. It's an Italian Beretta Mod.38 from WW2 (it actually says it in several of the pictures). It fires a standard 9x19mm round. Like many firearms from the period, the original Model 38A was made out of finely machined parts and was very reliable and well-made, but that proved to be expensive and time consuming. So the Model 38/42 (also pictured above) was made out of stamped metal parts that were cheaper and faster to produce, but reduced the overall quality.

    A lot of German troops ended up using these because they were such a nice weapon. In fact, #24 and #30 are German paratroopers.

    And yes, BSE35, you are correct. #33 is hotter than everything else on this page. :)

  6. Raju says:

    As much as I know who almost eryoevne is here, it would be nice to have captions for context. You guys run a WordPress site with photo content, you can’t make time to caption images?

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