The Bayard 1908 is a semi-automatic pistol designed by Belgian Bernard Clarus in 1908 as a short-range self-defense handgun. The Bayard 1908 was sold on the civilian market, chambered in .32 ACP. It was produced at the Belgian factory Anciens Etablissements Pieper from 1908 until the later 1930s.
overall length: 150 mm
height: 105 mm
barrel length: 75 mm (2,5 inch)
weight: 740 gr.
magazine capacity: 6 rounds, .32 ACP / 7,65 mm