Ammo for a Modello 1934

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      Ammo for a Modello 1934

      Would Fiocchi .380 ACP (95 grain FMJ, muzzle energy 215 foot pounds, muzzle velocity 1010 feet per second) be too "hot" for a Model 1934?

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      your m1934 is fine with any off the shelf .380

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      Thanks again, Ted!

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      np, the m1934 was built until the early 90s so any modern ammo is good to go

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      Quote Originally Posted by TedDeBearFrmHell View Post
      np, the m1934 was built until the early 90s so any modern ammo is good to go
      Including a 1942 model?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Hurryin' Hoosier View Post
      Including a 1942 model?
      ANY serviceable m1934 will safely shoot any off the shelf .380 ammo..... and yes, even your gun.

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      Quote Originally Posted by TedDeBearFrmHell View Post
      ANY serviceable m1934 will safely shoot any off the shelf .380 ammo..... and yes, even your gun.
      Troppo bene!

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      Be careful of after market magazines if your going to use anything other than FMJ ammo! My 3 WWII magazines will load and handle any brand of HP ammo I run thru it. But my two aftermarket units will NOT. I'm ordering Wolff 1934 springs and hope this will solve the problem.

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      Quote Originally Posted by dick471 View Post
      Be careful of after market magazines if your going to use anything other than FMJ ammo! My 3 WWII magazines will load and handle any brand of HP ammo I run thru it. But my two aftermarket units will NOT. I'm ordering Wolff 1934 springs and hope this will solve the problem.
      Fortunately, all three magazines which I have seem to be WWII (or shortly after) production. At least they all say "Cal 9 Corto PB", are indentical and seem to work fine.

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