I have a Mauser HSc, serial number WaA marked and Eagle over N test proof marked. Anyone have any info on the Manufacturer date? Thank you! Please refer to this link for a chart on HSC production. G un V alues B oard.
The Nazi party was firmly in control, and the old design of the Mauser Model was losing sales compared to the Walther PP. It was also much more difficult to manufacture. Originally chambered in. The similarities end there.
The Mauser HSc is a 7. Production was continued in —46 during the French occupation and, later, from to by Mauser. It features a semi-exposed hammer, double-action trigger, single-column magazine, and a spring surrounding the barrel. The Mauser HSc was originally intended as a commercial pistol. It was procured initially by the navy Kriegsmarine soon followed by the Army and police. Production began in late at serial number ,, as an extension of the serial number range of the Mauser Model pistol, a much more difficult pistol to manufacture.
The early pistols have well-made wooden grips, and are highly polished and richly blued. The first pistols were made for the commercial market and, because of the low positioning of the grip screws, have become known as the “Low Grip Screw” variety. Approximately half of this initial production was purchased by Nazi Germany’s Kriegsmarine. All these early low grip pistols are today very rare.
At approximately serial number the grip screws were relocated upward to a more central and sturdier position. The German Army began HSc procurement with an initial order for 3, pistols in early , beginning with serial number ,, and, intermittently, ending about ,
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View this discussion about Mauser HSc mm WWII pistol in the Guys, The “L” marking dates this pistol as a later version than the one.
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HSc. Army. First Variation serial numbers ,, (3, produced) complete “rig” with holster – First Variation – sub variation large e/
I found this box of 7. And the code on the box? You might be interested to know that the same cartridge in all respects also exists with that date in uncoded form on the headstamp: 7 GECO 0 7. Thanks guys! This ammunition were use by police or military in Germany?? Or is only a civilian ammunition?? Anything commercial could have been used by police in many countries.
I know the code-dated cartridges were sold commercially. I recently received a 7,65 Mauser HSc that was modified for police trials in Germany.
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Recreating legendary firearms in. While the P. In addition to the 9mm Walther P. In addition to Lugers and P. Umarex Legends models like the Luger P. Note how accurately they are designed compared to the mechanical illustrations of early models. There were, however, two long established pistols dating back prior to the First World War that were still in use, the aforementioned Luger Parabellum or P. Both designs were still viable and in the military arsenal when WWII began in
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Guys, The “L” marking dates this pistol as a later version than the one Frank cited Perhaps the Early Nazi Police model There are several variations of this version but the “L” seems to make it the early one. To my knowledge they were put into service in both.