Deactivated WWII German Mauser C96 Schnelfeuer Pistol

Deactivated WWII German Mauser C96 Schnelfeuer Pistol

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This is a WWII era German Mauser manufactured C96 Schnellfeuer pistol, circa 1933. Around 98,000 or so were ever made with production ceasing is 1936. "Schnellfeuer" means “fast fire”, and it is capable of fully automatic fire. Other designations that it was given were the M1932 or M712. The Schnellfeuer was chambered in 7.63mm, a nonstandard German military calibre and deemed unsuitable for frontline troops. The majority were issued to the Waffen SS and other Nazi paramilitary organisations. They were hugely popular within these groups and units and were used to great effect throughout WWII, and along with the PO8 Luger, the Schnellfeuer was a very popular bring back by Allied troops.

This example comes with a bespoke lined wooden display case with 10 inert 7.63mm on a clip plus a barrel cleaning rod. Deactivated with  a working action. The rounds can be manually loaded into the magazine using the clip.

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Product Code: 248G6