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Does anyone else have a Mauser HSc?

I always loved the clean lines.
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Yes, they are beautiful pistols - here's mine. Didn't have time to get the greatest pics but you get the idea. Mine is in great shape other than the chip out of the left grip. AFAIK the Eagle-L indicates that it was for German Police use. Never met a 7,65mm that I didn't like (and I like this one a lot).
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I had mine out over the weekend for a few minutes. I think the Hsc trigger is one of most comfortable triggers out there. The Luger is a close second. I am sure there will be arguments over this point.
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It's on the "to buy list". love the lines on in these, just so clean

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fordmech00 wrote:
Wed Jun 21, 2017 4:52 pm
... love the lines on in these, just so clean
It's documented that the designer of the Whitney Wolverine loved German pistols and admitted that he borrowed the charging handle "look" from the Luger. I also think that he admired the "lines" of the HSc because the WW looks pretty familiar. You be the judge:
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Mine is a later Interarms import, still made in Germany.
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I like those grips - nice checkering. Is that a 7,65mm like the others?

Anybody have one in .380?

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Does anyone else have a bad trigger slap in their 7.65 model when you shoot?
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I had one and loved it and got talked out of it. Regretted it immediately. It was a .380 and did trigger slap pretty badly. I would love to find a nice shooter in .32, it was a wonderful little gun.
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The pistol on post #6 is a .380 model. 9mm Kurtz

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I've always had a yen to own a Mauser HSc. yours makes it moreso. A little Murp;hy's Oil soap and those grips will shine again.
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