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F/S ###### Broom handle Mauser Pistol ############

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by P-Stick, Jul 5, 2013.

  1. P-Stick

    P-Stick Member

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    For Sale

    Used. Waffenfabrik Mauser Broomhandle, 7.63MM, 5 1/2" barrel, 4 shot, single action, semi auto pistol.
    •Steel frame
    •Blued finish
    •Wooden grips
    •Tangent sights

    Asking Price: $850.00 shipped to your FFL.

    Three day non-fire inspection period.

    Thanks for looking,

    Jacob


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  2. missemucho

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    Surprised no one has taken a flyer on this yet; some day it'll be like the $39 '03 Springfields. This one looks to be in pretty good shape and has the "new"
    style safety (N/S on the hammer). About 20 years ago I bought two of them from China (not in as good a shape) for $99 each. One was for my father-in-law, so I decided to clean it up for him. When I had problems putting it together I took the one I bought for myself apart; long story short I had TWO of them in pieces and I was lost. Finally I dug out an old magazine on surplus guns and discovered that you have to reassemble them upside down!

    No screws or pins except the grips; they go together like a chinese puzzle. And they hold 10 rounds and are fed with a stripper clip for those not familiar with them. Very interesting guns and one of the earliest semi-autos.
    John
     
  3. dfm

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    Has this piece been refinished? Do all numbers match? What condition is the bore in? Thanks for your time.
     
  4. P-Stick

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    Yes, it looks like it has been refinished.

    All the serial numbers match.

    The bore is excellent.

    Thanks,

    Jacob