Particularly nice example. Charles Petter was a very interesting designer. This is the forerunner of the SIG P210. The French .32 Long cartridge is now rare and hard to find, but the firearm is quite collectible.
I have 3 of these and find them to be a quite attractive firearm. Plus, I have small hands and it is a perfect fit for me. I make brass by trimming the .32 S&W long to length, then turn the rims plus cut an extractor groove. Reloading dies are made by several different companies, so the pistols can be shot frequently...Bill
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