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Mauser HSC 380

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by cubancigar2000, Dec 23, 2012.

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  1. cubancigar2000

    cubancigar2000 Well-Known Member

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    Looking for mauser HSC 380 ( not 32) must be excellent to new. May consider Sig P230 or Walther PPK
     
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    Funny how that goes. Back in the 50s they were about $25. each. I guess we should have loaded up when we could.
     
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    I could let this one go if you are interested. New in box German with factory nickel finish and in caliber .380 acp. $500 plus $25 to ship to your FFL.
    Best regards, Art Goddard. artgsc@aol.com

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    I have a nib blued gun one of 5000. Think I got it in the 70's I would sell it for $600.00 I am in Florida.

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    I had a very late model, 1977 I think. Beautiful gun and quality, the only down side, it would not feed JHP's reliably. Ball ammo, all day long, no FTF, FTF, FTE.

    Wayne
     
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