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I would like to know about this pistol. What ammo can I use? How much is it worth? The only info on pistol is serial #4286XX, and XXII on right side by trigger. It is made in Italy.
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The store I worked for sold a ton of those in the early 1960"s. Most worked, but unfortunately, Jesse"s experience was not uncommon. Anyone planning to use a Galesi for serious purposes should see if it will fire 200 rounds without a failure before counting on it.Jim
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I have almost the exact same gun. XIX, Soc.It.F.lli Galesi-Brescia-Cal.6.35. Anybody know where i can find a reasonably priced magazine at?
I"ve been collecting these little autos for many years including the Berettas, Bernadellis, etc., and I think you will find a gold plated example in nice shape worth at least $225. Some of the factory engraved models have reached and even exceeded $500 in recent years. For anyone interested, I can supply a factory original box for the Galesi. My e-mail:
Reasonably priced?, therein lies the problem, what is reasonably to girlfriend , that is the unknown factor.?? I hit google and there"s a number of them listed? I would think if they have it and you want that , then that is a reasonable price. The gun has been out of production for 50 years.

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I bought a Galesi. I have had it for about a month and finally got a chance to take it to the range this last weekend. My first impression is that it may very well be the most inaccurate pistol I have ever fired. I knew there was a crack in the white grip inserts. By the second magazine, it broke. I order new ones. I put about 10 magazines (7 rounds) through it. I did not have a single magazine that did not experience problems. Mostly failure to eject completely. Once I had a double feed jam. On the last magazine, I shot and heard a "phhhtt!" I looked and there was a bullet only half out of the barrel. I should have taken a picture before I punched it out with a small screwdriver. At this point I am blaming everything (except the grips) on ammo of an unknown origin and age. I will find some "fresh" stuff and try it again.