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Hi all, excuse me for disturbing you.
I'm italian and a new owner of a rare vergin new Valtro_1998-a1.
The only thing that is missing is the original manual.
I wonder if any of you can help me to have a copy of it.
Kind regards and my Best wishes for the new year.
Many thanks
 

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Congratulations on your unfired Valtro Stocchetta. Some pictures might be of interest even to our US brothers to see the Italian version of 1911s ( Roberto Dallera presently makes some nice pistols in the same Italian region). It would seem more likely that you may find in Italy a copy of its manual to complete your findings. However, as you might already know, a cooperation had been started in the past between the manufacturer and John Jardine, to whom you can apply and maybe could help you.
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Hi all, excuse me for disturbing you.
I'm italian and a new owner of a rare vergin new Valtro_1998-a1.
The only thing that is missing is the original manual.
I wonder if any of you can help me to have a copy of it.
Kind regards and my Best wishes for the new year.
Many thanks
Are you looking for a physical copy ? If you just want scans of the pages, I can send you those.
 

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Are you looking for a physical copy ? If you just want scans of the pages, I can send you those.
HI, thank you for replying.
The Physical copy would be the best but I don't think it's possible to find one.
I would be very grateful if you could send me the scans of the pages.
That would be very nice of you.
Thanks a lot.
My email address is "[email protected]".
 

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Congratulations on your unfired Valtro Stocchetta. Some pictures might be of interest even to our US brothers to see the Italian version of 1911s ( Roberto Dallera presently makes some nice pistols in the same Italian region). It would seem more likely that you may find in Italy a copy of its manual to complete your findings. However, as you might already know, a cooperation had been started in the past between the manufacturer and John Jardine, to whom you can apply and maybe could help you.
Best wishes
Thank you for replying.
I already tried to find it in Italy, but unfortunately it seems to be impossible.
Maybe I can try to contact John Jardine.
Who knows. Thank you for the advice
I promise to publish some pictures as soon as.
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Congratulations on your unfired Valtro Stocchetta. Some pictures might be of interest even to our US brothers to see the Italian version of 1911s ( Roberto Dallera presently makes some nice pistols in the same Italian region). It would seem more likely that you may find in Italy a copy of its manual to complete your findings. However, as you might already know, a cooperation had been started in the past between the manufacturer and John Jardine, to whom you can apply and maybe could help you.
Best wishes
HI again.
I tried to follow your advice about John Jardine but I cannot find any email to contact him on his website "Custom 1911 Pistols - Jardine's Custom Handguns - 1911A1 Pistolsmith" and the website "http://www.valtrousa.com/" is down.
The only way would be a telephone call but it would be quite difficult for me.
Don't you know a way to get in touch with him?
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HI again.
I tried to follow your advice about John Jardine but I cannot find any email to contact him on his website "Custom 1911 Pistols - Jardine's Custom Handguns - 1911A1 Pistolsmith" and the website "http://www.valtrousa.com/" is down.
The only way would be a telephone call but it would be quite difficult for me.
Don't you know a way to get in touch with him?
Thanks
Congratulations on your unfired Valtro Stocchetta. Some pictures might be of interest even to our US brothers to see the Italian version of 1911s ( Roberto Dallera presently makes some nice pistols in the same Italian region). It would seem more likely that you may find in Italy a copy of its manual to complete your findings. However, as you might already know, a cooperation had been started in the past between the manufacturer and John Jardine, to whom you can apply and maybe could help you.
Best wishes
HI, here a couple of pictures of my new Valtro 1998-a1
 

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