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Picked up another Mauser 6.35 today. Commercial model stamped WAFFENFABRIK MAUSER A.G. OBERNDORF a.N. MAUSERS PATENT on left slide..Mauser logo beneath on frame. GERMANY and a double crown over U near muzzle end.stamped on right slide. All matching SN# 43365. Wrap around checkered wooden grips. Good+ condition with some minor pitting on right side of slide and muzzle end of frame. Wonder what the SN# range indicates as far as dating...thanks Cone Ten
 

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It should be a late 'sidelatch' model with that SN? quite an early piece...and made for export, obviously.

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It is the side latch version. I just dis-mantled the pistol for cleaning and it is very good internally. There was a Bergman semi-auto in 6.35 for $119 that is missing one grip and is in very good condition. I have found a link for grips..a pair cost $30. I will have to do a better search on the Bergman though. Cone Ten
 
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