Excellent - 1896 - Barrel is Rifled - Deactivated EU new - 2015/2403
|Country of manufacture:||Germany|
|Manufacturer/ Maker:||Mauser (More lots)|
|Weapon Type:||Pistol (More lots)|
|Certified Deactivation:||Deactivated EU new - 2015/2403|
|Year of Manufacture:||1896|
|Barrel Rifling:||Barrel is Rifled|
|Overall Length:||290 mm|
|Barrel/ blade length:||142 mm|
The Mauser C96 Schnellfeuer is the automatic version of the German semi-automatic pistol developed beginning in the late 19th century, which continued production until 1938. It is nicknamed ‘Broomhandle’ by American collectors because of the particular profile of its butt (resembling a broomstick).
The weapon is in very good condition.
Sold with its case (original) and pistol grip (reproduction)
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|Rest of Europe||$39.18|
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