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Features The 950B is a single action only blowback design made of a carbon steel barrel and slide and an aluminum frame.
The tip-up barrel design allows for one in the chamber and an 8-round magazine for a total of 9 rounds of .25 ACP, all without having to rack the slide or cock the hammer.
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It was covered by 1915 patents and discontinued in 1919. type, but somewhat larger and provided with an ejector. Specimens were marked PS and some also were sold commercially from about 1920 to 1930. (Brng.) This was a somewhat modified and improved version of the 7.65 mm. A grip safety device which blocked the sear motion was added. 7 ctges., rifling 6-R.) This pistol is currently known as Mod.
It was for military and police purchase only and had either RE or PS markings. Molded plastic grips were later changed to sheathed grip pieces of the 1935 form. ) This was a further modification of the 1915 design, greatly enlarged and, for the first time, with external hammer. It was the first Beretta to have an official model designation (Modello 1923). (Brng.) This model, often called the Navy Model, returned to the 1915, 1919 Type in size, but was greatly streamlined and had an improved firing system and a closed bridge slide.
History Introduced in the 1950’s as a backup gun for law enforcement and a concealed carry gun for civilians, Beretta marketed the 950B as a concealed carry gun, ideal for protection or plinking (depending on whether it was the .25 ACP or .22 model).Since their introduction they have constantly been improved. Those for Navy use may be marked RM (Regio Marina). The new model had the same shaped grip safety but the grip frame was more streamlined. 318 are continued from the 1919 Type, starting around 610,000. Following World War II, in 1946 or soon thereafter, some changes in the design of the Beretta pistols were made. pistols had been continued during the war, under German supervision. (Brng.) Model 318 was redesigned, but not greatly changed in appearance, and given the designation Mod. The more obvious changes are in the shape of the grip safety, a better design, and the use of slanting rather than vertical serrations on the rear of the slide. In 1950 it was realized that there was need for a powerful, compact, and effective 9 mm. 8 ctges.) It is currently advertised as an Ordnance pistol for the Italian Navy, Air Force, and Police.* It is sold commercially and is obtainable in extra finishes as „Mod. Those for Army use are marked RE (Regio Esercito, i.e., Royal Army). In the current production the Beretta design on the grips has been changed. The last is richly engraved and gold plated and has „turtle shell" grip pieces. It had straight grip frame, wood grips, magazine capacity of 7 cartridges, and 6-R rifling. It is stated that though it was first issued as the Modello 1935 (and was so marked) it was later given the designation Modello 1934 and that specimens were so marked. It was made for Italian army and police use only and was marked PS (Pubblica Sicurezza, public security) for police use or RE (Regio Esercito) for army use. ) This was a slightly modified version of the 7.65 mm. (Brng.) This was a greatly modified version of the 1915 Type, with an original barrel mounting, changed safety lever, internal hammer, straight grip frame, metal grip plates, magazine capacity of 8 ctges., and 6-R rifling.