Theese are just some of my C96's...
From top to bottom:
1. Mauser M/712, #5627X. The gun was taken from a Waffen SS-soldier at the battle of Dombås in april 1940.
2. Late post-war Bolo with matching presentation grade walnut-stock. This gun was taken from an office at the local luftwaffe-station in may 1945, #54102X.
3. Standard C96/16, "Red Nine". #9203X "1920"-marked.
4. C96/16, "Red Nine", post WW1 rework, #1942x.
5. Pre-war commerciel. "1920"-marked. #24913X
By the way...
I have not shot this Schnellfeuer.. It is in almost mint condition.. But I have shot the other Schnellfeuer I own, and also a couple of schnellfeuers I don't own...
Unfortunately all pictures on post back in 2003-04 were lost...taking viewing ability of some of the most interesting pistols away! I hope that members that posted back then will repost pictures soon........as many of the post only had pictures without description lol!
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