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Beretta MOD.34 Automatic Pistol

Beretta MOD.34 Automatic Pistol

The Beretta Mod.34 Automatic Pistol was derived from earlier models like the Mod.15,19 and 23. The Mod.34 was safe and had sufficient stopping power. It had a semiautomatic system, and used 9mm rounds or 38 APC.

Carcano MOD.91 and 91/38

Carcano

This was the standard Italian rifle in both world wars. It was one of the first rifles to have such a small caliber. It was a bolt-action rifle, with fixed center loader, with 6 rounds in a clip.

Breda 30

Breda 30

This was an automatic weapon and used a direct recoil system, so that bolt and barrel recoiled in different spaces. The cooler system was by air, but after some hundreds of rounds the barrel had to be changed. This weapon was produced from 1930-1937.

Mitragliatrice Fiat MOD.14/35

Mitragliatrice Fiat MOD.14/35

This weapon was designed after the Mod.14, but cooler system and caliber were different. It had a semiautomatic or automatic firing triggers. The barrel could have been changed after some thousands of rounds.

M.A.B. Moschetto Automatico Beretta MOD. 38A

M.A.B. Moschetto Automatico Beretta MOD. 38A

The Moschetto became more widespread in the Armed Forces of the Republic of Salò, partisans and Italian units fighting under Allied command. Its later version, called MAB 38/42 was lighter, shorter and had a higher rate of fire.