Noted for its unusual design, the Mauser C96 is a semi-automatic pistol that was originally produced by German arms manufacturer Mauser from 1896 to 1937. The main distinctive identifying characteristics of the C96 are the integral box magazine in front of the trigger, the long barrel, the wooden shoulder stock which can double as a holster or carrying case, and a grip shaped like the handle of a broom. The grip's distinctive appearance earned the gun the nickname "Broomhandle." The Mauser C96, with its shoulder stock, long barrel and high-velocity cartridge, had superior range and better penetration than most other standard pistols. This pistol features a tangent rear sight, a 24-groove wooden grip, and a 10-round capacity. The handgun features tangent sights and a 3-position safety. Its wood and bore are in good condition and its metal is in fair condition.