The C96 pistol is one of the most recognizable handguns ever made. Many of these Mauser pistols left the factory with tangent sights that could supposedly be adjusted for accurate fire at hundreds of meters. That proved to be rather over-optimistic. However, the Mauser was a far-reaching weapon in a much more important way. It was a harbinger of things to come, of the profound changes in battle tactics and technology that would take place in the 20th century. Completed in prototype in the year , patented in , and coming off the production line in , this pistol would be produced by Mauser until the late s.
MAUSER C96 CONEHAMMER.
I've seen 6-, , rd clips, as well as a rd magazine. What about 7. Did they not have an equivalent load? I realize that many different loads were made for 7.
Deactivated German C-96 Broom Handle Mauser:
According to design documents, the prototype was created by Dr. Ludvig Maxis on January 5 th The Mauser C96 performs nearly identically to the M It has very weak damage, taking multiple bullets to kill a single zombie even on the first rounds, medium firecap, a magazine of eight rounds and slight recoil.
The reigning high velocity pistol of its day, the world would not see a hotter handgun until the introduction of. And around the turn of the century, it seemed like just about everyone, from Germany to China, was making them. Despite the name, Paul Mauser did not design the Mauser C Credit goes to the Feederle brothers, Fidel, Friedrich, and Josef.