yeah its the OVP 1915
nice one i rep you
"Revelli applied for patents for the design on 8 April 1914, and subsequently assigned the patents to the Villar-Perosa company. The weapon was used by the Italian airforce and army during the First World War. Reportedly it was more successful in the ground role, as the pistol calibre bullets did not have sufficient striking power for bringing down aircraft.
A large number of the ground version of the weapon fell into the hands of German and Austrian forces following the Italian defeat at the Battle of Caporetto. As many soldiers found the weapon impractical, the Beretta firearm manufacturer cannibalized surviving examples to be converted into two single-barreled shoulder-fired weapons in 1918. Called the Beretta Model 1918, these weapons would see occasional battlefield use and are believed to account for the dearth of complete Villar Perosas today. The Italians produced a version called the OVP, which was basically a Villar-Perosa split in two. There was no grip forward of the magazine, so soldiers had to make do with whatever they could find."
interesting gun design if a little bit flawed,
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