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Moderator's note. The thread starter has been out of reach for quite a while, and on behalf of forum members Warbird and Adler (Alan Burnham and Peter Theodore), we have revived this thread in order to keep the exchange of HSc data going.

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MAUSER HSc DATA - The War Years

The objective of this newly expanded Mauser HSc Data thread is to provide an interactive site for the exchange of information on wartime Mauser HSc pistols.
This would cover all variations from pre-war prototypes through French supervised production just after the end of WWII. An historical overview of the HSc can be found at this address:

http://www.mauserguns.com/gungalleryModelHSC.asp

At a minimum, questions or comments should include complete serial numbers and a description of any military or police acceptance marks on the left side of the Trigger Guard web just forward of the Grip. Any other distinguishing marks or characteristics would also be helpful.

Serial number data previously submitted will remain on this expanded site. New questions and comments begin at the end of Page 19.

Welcome aboard!
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
1 747051
2 051 under barrel
3 HIGH POLISH
4 YES
5 Eagle N
6 Walnut
7 051 under slide front
8 POLICE L
9 MAUSER TRADEMARK
10 NO LINE
11 90%
12 USA
13 yes
 

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tankerfrank

1)896889
2)889
3)all parkerized
4)no
5)e/n & e/l
6)black bakelite
7)e/n right front by barrell and trigger guard web, left trigger guard web e/l
8)police e/l
9) mauser banner logo
10)no lines
11)97%
12)usa
13)no smooth sight channel
 

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Hi Tankerfrank

Here's another HSc.

1. 929352
2. No
3. Blue
4. No
5. E/135
6. Walnut
7. E/N on slide at muzzle, right TGW & barrel, R over W on barrel,
odd mark on end of slide (see photo)
8. WaA135
9. Mauser Banner
10. Lines
11. 98%
12. USA
13. No

Cliff



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Cliff:
We really appreciate your taking the time to post this good photo! I've enlarged it, rotated it around...and still cannot identify it! I, personally, have never seen a stamping at that location. Perhaps other HSc collectors can help us out.
 

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Frank,

Here's the 2 HSc I own at present time:

1) SN 841657 / 911305
2) Yes / Yes
3) Blue / Blue
4) No / No
5) E135 / WaA 135
6) Walnut / Walnut
7) E/N on trigger guard, slide & chamber for both
8) No / No
9) None / Mauser Banner ( dont know if these mags are correct ?? )
10) No Lines / 3 Lines
11) 95% / 97%
12) Canada
13) No / No

Great project !! Keep us posted........

MARC
 

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1) 934592
2) Yes on last three digits
3) Blue
4) Does the pistol have a lanyard loop?-No
5) What proof mark is there? WaA135
6) Grip -Walnut Wood
7) No other marks.
8) military WaA135
9) Marking on Magazine base plate?-No, Indented.
10)3 line address on slide
11) what condition is the pistol in now? 99%
12) What country are you in? USA
13)cross hatched sight plane? -No
Hope this helps. Dean
 
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1. 939989
2. Yes
3. Late war blue
4. NO
5. Eagle N
6. Walnut
7. Last 3 digits of SN under slide front, E/N on right front slide, RTG & bbl
8. Yes, WaA135
9. No
10. 3 line address
11. 99%
12. USA
13. No
 
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