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I finished an 8 month project recently and came into enough money to buy something interesting, this Glisenti presented itself. It's not museum quality and had some work done to it, but I never expected to have one at all so pretty cool. 1910 manufacture date, replacement grips.
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Nice! That’s definitely on my list. I heard lots of them were ruined by people trying to shoot regular 9mm luger rounds in them. I know the Glisenti round only has 3/4 of the power. Do you know where you can get some Glisenti amp for it?
 

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I got one a year or so ago. Nice gun. 20190409_224056 (Medium).jpg 20190409_224008 (Medium).jpg
 

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Nice! That’s definitely on my list. I heard lots of them were ruined by people trying to shoot regular 9mm luger rounds in them. I know the Glisenti round only has 3/4 of the power. Do you know where you can get some Glisenti amp for it?
I heard you can use regular 9mm Luger brass and bullets, I plan on loading my own, once I retire and start reloading seriously.
 

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Today there are few Glisenti 1910 because in the past years many irresponsible persons used on them the 9mm Luger cartridges.
 

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Looks very nice I like pistols that show some wear because you can just imagine the stories they could tell. Also early semi auto pistols are just so interesting because the known working actions were still being figured out so you always end up with some interesting designs.
 
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