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German Mauser HSc pistol in 380 caliber. SN 01.397XX; 1970's era. Has American Eagle engraved on slide but not part of the nnn of for sale by Norm Dion on GunsAmerica – 955862847
Apr 17, 2019 · Produced from 1897 to 1938 by Mauser, the C96 was designed by the trio of Feederle brothers (Fidel, Friedrich, and Josef) in conjunction with Peter Paul Mauser.
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Many years ago, I was at the candy store ( gun shop ) & seen a cute little pistola that I didn't buy. I should have. Now I'm looking to cover that mistake, but I have no idea how plentifull or how much to expect to pay for a Mauser HSC .380 in todays market. Once I get some feedback from you.
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ORIGIN – GERMANY CALIBER – .380 ACP WEIGHT – 21 OZ. OVERALL LENGTH – 6.2″ LENGTH OF MAGAZINE – 3.8″ Developed in 1937 by Mauser, the HS stands for Hahn Selbstspann (self-cocking hammer) and the C stands for the third revision before production. Almost all of the pre-WW II pistols were used by the German.