Here ya go! She's a beauty if you ask me. The .32 is currently with my cousin in Florida, I should get it back around Thanksgiving time. Its the Beretta M 1935 but was made in '52. I have no idea how he got it, it was a military pistol for the Italians in WWII, but this model was never offered in America or to Civilians. It was a big war prize taken by American troops but he didn't fight overseas in WWII, he was stationed as a plane mechanic for the Air Force
"The Beretta M1935 was captured in huge numbers during World War II from Italian and German armed forces by allied soldiers, who liked it because of its small size, rugged design and good construction. Many of these captured pistols are operational to this day and widespread in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, France and in the United Kingdom. The M1935 is compact and easy to hide, with ammunition available for it."