Glisenti M1910 Handgun

Country of OriginItaly
Caliber9.000 mm
Capacity7 rounds
Length207.000 mm
Barrel Length100.000 mm
Weight0.820 kg
Muzzle Velocity305 m/s


ww2dbaseProduced between 1910 and the 1920s by Societa Siderugica Glisenti, Brescia for the Italian army, the Glisenti M1910 semi-automatic pistols were complex but well liked. Decorative details were rich as well, with prominent crowned eagle and Savoy emblems on the grips. Many of these weapons remained the preferred side arms of Italian officers until 1945.


Last Major Revision: Feb 2009


Technical drawings of the Glisenti M1910 semi-automatic pistol

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