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Here is a nice C96 I have had a couple of years...

It is a Mauser C96, a pre-war commercial(#249135). The gun must have been issued to the weimar military, because it is 1920-stamped.

The gun has no other military markings and shows no other sign of rework (still has a full length barrel and adjustable rear sight).

Here are some pictures:

http://www.blinkskudd.net/Album/images/gun/pistol/pc7.jpg

http://www.blinkskudd.net/Album/images/gun/pistol/pc6.jpg

http://www.blinkskudd.net/Album/images/gun/pistol/pc4.jpg
 

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I too own a 1896/16 9MM broom w/matching numbered stock. The left side is stamped 1920 over 921 (Unit or Gun number I assume). Pistol is in the 125xxx range and never had the Imperial crown/letter proof added to the right side of the receiver.It is also marked Germany on left receiver rail. Stock is number matched with the attaching iron and also dated 1920 on the side.Just my two cents worth. Thanks
 
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