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Thread: Mauser 1921 Pistol

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    A few pistols left. This one, for shooting, it's too high end to shoot. If you collect this type of pistol, what I can tell is this: this variation in this condition is not easy to come. How do I know? I collect these in the past and I know what's easy and what's hard.

    All original finish excellent++. It has a rubbing sign on the barrel, counting this sign in, it's about 96%. Matching numbers including the stock. Mint bore. There is a "Germany" stamp on the left side panel. No importer stamp.

    $5000 shipped to FFL or C&R. 3-day non-firing inspection. Not a cheap gun, but this one worth this amount of money.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxHa8gR33CA

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    Sorry, I accidentally dropped the ad video. Here is the new link:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utcfh3wEdVU


    This thing is about 95 years old. Made by world famous Mauser factory. About the same price of a new .45ACP Luger ?? Well, that's the way it is. No waiting for delivery upon payment (except a few days for check clearance).

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    Shipping to FFL or C&R only. No license, no shipping.

    Please note: Some samples have white stuffs in markings. Those white stuffs were applied by collectors to highlight markings, not by factory. At least, not on this type of gun.

    Static pictures: On left side panel, there is a line (about 10m/m under Germany stamp). That's a milling tool mark, not a scratch. The only issue that worth to be mentioned is the rubbing mark on the barrel. No other issues.
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    Dear collector, if you won but returned this item:

    http://www.gunbroker.com/item/624111159

    Frankly, you did the right thing IMO. Being original or not, it does not take an expert to tell. You simply put them side by side, the gun speaks. But don't get frustrated, the great one listed in this forum ad is still available for you to buy. It's an excellent Mauser pistol in with matching stock for dedicated collector, all original guaranteed. Three-day non-firing inspection honored.

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