I purchased one of these off of Gun Broker recently for a very good price. It's LNIB and came with a spare magazine. Does anyone have any experience with this brand of handgun?. Also it has no importer's name on it and the accompaning paperwork shows it was made in 1959. Were importation laws back then so lax as to permit the average U.S. citizen returning to the U.S. from overseas to bring in a foreign made handgun?. TIA for any information offered, Gary
Pretty decent little pistols.
These were pretty popular guns in the mid to late 1970s.
.380s and .22s are more common than .32 acps and your gun likely came in prior to 1968.
Spare magazines are available if you want one or three.
Had one in the house all my life , it still looks NIB , small sights but very precise gun , no problem with any ammo , easy to take apart press the button rack the slide and viola gun is apart . Bernardelli M60 is very popular in the Europe and Bernardelli is old company as old as Beretta .
Spare parts and mags you can find at Numrich gun partshttp://www.gunpartscorp.com/catalog/Products.aspx?catid=1481