Mauser C-96

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Mauser C-96
A semi-automatic pistol that rarley jammed. It’s magazine was stationed in the front. It was also know as the broom handle. The C-96 was first used in combat during 1916 in World War I by officers of the German Cavalry.
Mauser C-96

1. M-1916

2. The Broom Handle

3. The world’s strangest and biggest semi-automatic pistol.

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