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Hi

I hope you folks can help me. Years ago I bought a Mauser HSc from a friend of mine and have never been able to find out much about it.
The left side is marked Mauser-Werke A.G. Oberndorf a.N.
Mod. HSc Kal 7,65 mm

There is also what appears to be a bird with the number 155 under it where the trigger guard attaches to the grip. There is a smaller version of the bird on the other side of the trigger guard with the letter N under it. The S/N is 852XXX.
Any idea when it was made or if it could be WW II issue?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
 

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Bis, Welcome to the forum. Are there three lines between Mod. HSc and Kal.7.65mm on the left side of the slide? The number under the Eagle on the trigger guard web should be 135. The Eagle N is a stamp that indicates commercial production. Although the Eagle 135 means it got drafted. It's a mid to late war variation.

Ron
 
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Thanks for the welcome.
Sorry about the screw up on the number-135. The eyes are almost as old as the gun :).
There are no lines between no lines between Mod. HSc and Kal 7,65, should there be??
I am surprised that there are no marks on the holster, it has a flap and a place for the spare clip. Of course the holser might not be the original.
Thanks again
 
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It would be nice if I would read my post before I submit them. I meant to say that there are no lines between Mod.HSc and Kal 7,65.
Its rough to get old :).
 

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Bis, I know what you mean. I was just curious about the three lines. At a point,about mid way through production, Mauser changed their slide legend, and added the three lines for a period of time. I was just wondering, as your HSc is close to that ser# range.

Thanks! Ron
 
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Ron, thank you for the information, I have looked for info on this thing and have not been able to find anything, of course most of my ref. books are on U.S. mil stuff.

Thanks again Ken
 
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