Romanian issue during World War Two
The 1934 is a single action gun and lacks a decocker, but with this gun WA introduced a mechanism, a "Transfer hammer system", that allows you to pull the trigger, and let the hammer down gently, without releasing the gas from the magazine.
The pistol was manufactured in Italy for Romania, exported to Romania and issued to the Romanian army during WW2. The word "SCURT" [CAL.9 SCURT] means in Romanian language "short" and shows the type of 9mm round used: 9mm Short / .380 / 9X17 / 9mm Kurz. It does not have the mark "CM" in a circle which shows that the weapon was accepted for military service in Romania.
Comes with reproduction of original owners manual.(Engish)
CLASSIFIED AS CURIOS OR RELICS
UNDER 18 U.S.C. CHAPRTER 44
The magazine has an extended curved finger grip at the front, which gives it a comfortable feel in the hand.
Despite the diminutive dimensions, the gun is quite heavy and feels extremely solid and well made.
Part of the reason the 1934 feels so solid and well made is that the grips are (in a bizarre reversal of most real steel) made of zinc alloy, whilst the frame of the gun is heavyweight material Steel. The grips are nicely engraved and feel good (and cool to the touch) in the hand.
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