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She passed a few years ago and my mother called to tell me she had a couple guns from her she wanted me to have. One is a not very interesting chrome 25, and the other is a neat little Italian 25 stamped 1957. Looks like a neat little piece. I’ve found several late 70’s ones that are stamped differently, but none this early. It doesn’t even have a serial number stamped anywhere externally.

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Neat gun.
Grandmother Had a colt 32 ACP and her nightstand for years. When we took her to Assisted Living toward the end, we had discovered that someone had stolen the pistol. We'll never know if it was a housekeeper or a CNA, but it ticks me off because that was my
Great grandpa's gun that he carried after he retired from the FBI.
 

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Nice old find Armi Galesi .25 YES Had one. If Planning on selling I do Suggest Parting out the magazines alone fetch $50-$60 which is 75% to 80% of the value.
 
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Holy moly i knew 25 was pricey, but gawd. I was gonna grab a box and try it out, but not for $20 for 50 fmj.
 
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