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Mauser Model 1910 Handgun

Item # UF103486394

Key Features

  • Action - Semi-Auto

  • Action Type - Striker Fired

  • Caliber - .25 ACP

  • Barrel Length - 2.9"

  • Weight - .8 Lb.

Our Price   $499.99

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Product Description
The Model 1910, Model 1914, and Model 1934 series of pistols were some of the first widely successful semi-automatic pocket pistols. Designed by John Browning and using his patented striker-fire system, these pistols used a novel, at the time, operating spring that surrounding the barrel. This design feature later became standard on most later European-style pistols. Due to the Model 1910's small size, it was chambered for 6.35mm Browning ammunition, know as .25 ACP in the US. This pistol features a fixed blade front sight with a notch rear, a 2-position safety, and a 9-round magazine. Its grips and metal are in good condition and its bore is in very good condition.
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Specifications
Model Model 1910
Type Handgun
Action Semi-Auto
Action Type Striker Fired
Caliber .25 ACP
Barrel Length 2.9"
Weight .8 Lb.
Sights Blade Front/Rear Notch
Finish Matte Blued
Grips Wood
Safety 2-Position
Capacity 1 x 6-Round Magazine
Grip Condition Good
Metal Condition Good
Bore Condition Very Good

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