Imported by Navy Arms beginning in the early 1980's, the TU-711 is a Chinese-made pistol constructed from surplus Mauser C96 parts. The two pistols share many common features lika an integral box magazine in front of the trigger, a long barrel, distinctive grip that's shaped like the handle of a broom. The grip's distinctive appearance earned the original C96 the nickname "Broomhandle." While the TU-711 was imported in large numbers originally, it has become more rare in recent years and is valued by collectors due to its unique appearance and its connection to the trusted Mauser name. This pistol features a hammer-block safety and an adjustable rear sight and includes one 10-round magazine and one 20-round magazine. Its wood, metal, and bore are in good condition.