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I recently recieved my Grandfathers WWII gun. I can not find ammo for it here in the states. I was wondering where I might find it. I know its a french gun. The markings on the side indecate its a "CAL 765" I'm told that in the states these are refered to as 320. Does anyone know where I might find ammo for this gun?
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I assumed you had a French SACM, Mle 1935, 7.65mm cal. French Long cal. auto pistol. You don't.

I'm willing to bet that your pistol will chamber and fire .32 ACP.
 

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Have you had a safety check done on your pistol? If not, do so before you attempt to shoot it.
 

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Take it to a gunsmith. Have him/her do a safety check. Ask him/her what the caliber is.
 

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Are you near Sacramento, California?
 

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It would be a bit of a drive for you to have me check it for you.

Check your local gun shops and see if they have a Smith on staff.
 
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