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  1. 1900-1918 : German (non-P08) Pistols & Holsters
    Friends - I need your input on this broomhandle. These are all the pictures I have and I know they aren't perfect. Do you have any concerns or reservations from what you see? The biggest thing that jumps out at me is that this is nowhere near the 24 grooves it should have. I believe I counted...
  2. 1900-1918 : German (non-P08) Pistols & Holsters
    Hi, I've located an Austrian Contract C96 for sale. It is numbered in all correct locations to the S/N. It has the German military & Austrian acceptance marks on the two flats right of chamber. S/N 363xxx. The C96 has at least 95% original blue. It is tight & functions normally. No abuse...
  3. 1900-1918 : German (non-P08) Pistols & Holsters
    I purchased a Wolff spring kit for a C96 Mauser. The instructions declared that the firing pin spring must be fitted (trimmed to proper length) before final installation. No instructions were given as to the final length measurement of the spring. Will someone please advise how to arrive at this...
  4. 1900-1918 : German (non-P08) Pistols & Holsters
    Hi, I have two Red 9 Broomhandles w/sn's 72xxx & 20xx. Neither have a machined cut for 9mm cartridges in the follower. I've seen photos of followers with this cut but can't imagine its purpose. My two guns appear to feed bullets as intended, so why do you suppose they were not milled to include...
  5. 1900-1918 : German (non-P08) Pistols & Holsters
    Hey everyone, I've been trying to figure this out for some time now with no luck... I just took my broomhandle out to the range and have had some sort of failure and can't get the gun to disassemble. Upon firing the last round in the mag the bolt and hammer locked back as usual... but now the...
  6. 1900-1918 : German (non-P08) Pistols & Holsters
    I have a C96, which has been classified an original Red 9. But noone are able to identify the proofmark on it. I cant find it in any lists or graphic illustrations. Its found on right side of chamber. Anyone know what this is?
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