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    Quote Originally Posted by sgtsemo View Post
    1910 model 1903 hammerless think twice before you completely break it down it was a lot of fun reassembling but worth the effort.Attachment 676125Attachment 676127
    Sarg.... I can relate to that! Was an ADVENTURE in patience for SURE!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CWO4USCGRET View Post
    Jim - here's my Berett 1934, chambered in 9MM Skurt. (see slide) With matching numbers it is one of approximately 40,000 (of 60,000) ordered by Romania during WWII. Skurt is Romanian for "Short" as in 9mm Short, 9mm Kurz, .380 ACP.

    Yours is a really nice pistol. I had one in .32 about 50 years ago but it was not so nice. It was my first real pistol bought when I was 14. The Beretta replaced an H&R top break .38 that taught me the importance of rifling and a good bore which the H&R lacked. I would ride my motor scooter (Cushman) to town and bargain for a hand full of ammo from the local enabler. It seems they were about 15 for a dollar. With a couple dollars worth in my pocket, on the way home I stopped by a local irrigation reservoir where the carp were thick at the inlet. I learned to shoot by shooting those carp with that .32 and got fairly good at it; 10 or 15 cartridges at a time. Am in the market for another little Beretta like yours as I like .32s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparebux View Post
    Sarg.... I can relate to that! Was an ADVENTURE in patience for SURE!
    I had to put it down and walk away a couple times and even got Art from the forum to take a shot.
    No fun but once it was done it felt great. won't be doing that again too soon. Not the same as a 1911 or Pocket Hammer for sure.
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    PP and PPK in the pile

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    FN 1903 9MM Browning long





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    My West German Walther PPK/s in .380 ACP... {Circa 1972}





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    My East German Makarov in 9x18mm PM... {Circa 1961}





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    ZVI Kevin ZP98





    Kevin ZP98 (usually just Kevin) is a sub-compact semi-automatic pistol manufactured in the Czech Republic. It is manufactured and sold in the United States by Magnum Research as the Micro Desert Eagle (ME380).

    The Kevin is a small self-loading pistol designed for short-distance fire up to 15 meters, primarily as the secondary (concealed) weapon for law enforcement officers and for protection of the citizenry. Its frame is made of a high-strength aluminum alloy, the barrel and slide of steel, the grips are from reinforced rubber compound. The pistol has a dynamic breech, DAO trigger mechanism, and fixed sight. It doesn't use any safety lever and has a patented blowback system with gas retardation to control recoil forces.

    The pistol was developed at the end of the 1990s by weapon designer Antonín Zendl for the company Zbrojovka Vsetín - Indet (ZVI, originally established in Vsetín in 1937 as a part of Zbrojovka Brno).

    In January 2013 ZVI laid off most of the workers. However, production of the pistol in Vsetín and ammunition in Slavičín remained.


    Caliber ~ 9 mm Browning (.380 ACP), later variant: 9mm Makarov

    Total length ~ 116 mm

    Barrel length ~ 57 mm (2 ​1⁄4“)

    Height ~ 95 mm (3 ​3⁄4“)

    Width ~ 23 mm (less than 1“)

    Empty weight ~ 400 g (14.1 oz.)

    Magazine capacity ~ 6 rounds (8 rounds magazine for training is available, 9mm Browning only)

    Trigger ~ (DAO)

    Operation ~ Simplified gas delayed blowback

    Grips ~ Black plastic or walnut wood


    Kevin became rather popular among the Czech citizens for everyday concealed carry. The right to sell the pistol in the US was given to Magnum Research, the slightly modified pistol is manufactured and assembled there under the name Micro Desert Eagle (since 2008).

    For the Eastern Europe markets Kevin was modified to use 9mm Makarov cartridge (2007, model ZP06 or Kevin M). Also 9mm P.A.K. (blank and tear gas) model (name: ZVI Night Hawk) was developed in 2003, and 9mm P.A.Rubber (non-lethal rubber projectile) variant (name: ZVI Wasp-R) was developed in 2008.


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    Quote Originally Posted by somd_mustangs View Post
    There's more, I need to gather 'em all up for a group hug and photos
    Here we go... from top left:
    1) Serbian / Yugoslavian contract that started it all (9 m/m), early 4 digit S/N
    2) Turkish contract captured by Germans "T.C. Subay" marking (9 m/m)
    3) Bahnpolizie US Zone (7.65 m/m)
    4) West Berlin police, British Zone (7.65 m/m)
    5) Early occupation made from captured parts, multiple WaA613 (9 m/m)
    6) Occupation WaA613 (7.65 m/m)
    7) Occupation WaA103 (7.65 m/m)
    8) Occupation WaA140 (7.65)
    9) Occupation commercial E/N proofs only (7.65 m/m)
    10) Occupation commercial WaA140 + E/N proofs (7.65 m/m)
    11) Occupation commercial E/S (firing) proofs only (7.65 m/m)
    12) Occupation commercial very late C block "lazy" E/S proofs only (the "S" part is broken/worn off the die) (7.65 m/m)

    Note the grips cut for lanyard ring on the early occupation pistols, but no lanyard ring or holes for it. Using up the captured parts stock.

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    Interesting tidbit, the FN commercial guns (BHP, 1922) all have some variation of this triangular proof unique to the commercials... always found here on the 1922's.
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    and here on the High Power:

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