01-23-2020, 06:23 PM
Sarg.... I can relate to that! Was an ADVENTURE in patience for SURE!
Originally Posted by sgtsemo
01-23-2020, 07:32 PM
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.
Originally Posted by CWO4USCGRET
01-24-2020, 12:08 AM
I had to put it down and walk away a couple times and even got Art from the forum to take a shot.
Originally Posted by Sparebux
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.
01-24-2020, 08:17 AM