WW2 Mauser HSc

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WW2 Mauser HSc

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I purchased this German ww2 pistol cal. 7.65x17.
All matching, marked Wa 135.
I am very happy, because it is from my close area. It was not cheap.
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That is such a nice pistol.. I am so amazed about these and the 38H pistols. They made like 1/2 a million of these pistols during the war.. But somehow they are not as famous as the p38s and PPks.. Yet they have a very futuristic design with that decocker.. Really nice pistol.. Have you shot it yet.. Any issue with the ammo over in your country??? We call that 32 APC over here..

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Todays purchase, so i did not fire it. Ammo is very, very common here. Our police and military used to have this ammo as a service caliber.
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Fantastic, That is always nice to get a "new" pistol and the ammo is readily available...

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I visited collectors market today and for 10 eur I bought this holster. I can't find any markings, Once upon a time it was repaired and the belt replaced at the back.
Perfectly fit for HSc and its magazine. Even old leather is curved by the shape of the pistol and magazine.
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NICE holster.. Do you think that the holster is commercially made or of private manufacture..?? I like the new belt loop replacement

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Who nows. Military issue should have some waffenamt marks.
I would say that it is some old commercially item and then private rework,
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M67 wrote:
Sun Sep 08, 2019 2:26 pm
Who nows. Military issue should have some waffenamt marks.
you are right if the pistol was made for the German army and was accepted into the German army.

There are some items purchased outside the German army supply that would have not gotten any waffenamts.. also Post War countries could have made this.

But who cares its nice..could not have asked better from a custom fitting...

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