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    is there any Mauser C-96 (Germany) in good condition up for sale , would like to know the price range, and can it be use on the normal license ?

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    Yes brother u can have it on npb license but I doubt it that you will find anybody selling that nostalgic piece of history I myself have been craving for it from a long time but in vain.

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    One was available at INTL arms for 100 k

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    Best of luck & let others know your catch of priceless broom handle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Zakir
    One was available at INTL arms for 100 k
    Dr.Sb would you like to tell me where is INTL arms located ?
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    why do u want c96 in modren days where semi auto & double action are avalible ?
    i have c96 but not for sale came to me by chance

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    sir post some pics then
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    i have already post pic in a gun collection post of ank u can watch there

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    it was some time back i will check for u tomorrow and inform u. it is in F 8

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    can any one tell me about the price range of mauser c96

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    mauser c96 price range may be from 1.5 to 2.5 laks.
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    I got model 88 mouser chambered in 8mm. The reading says A.Hartman & co.

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    100 k for a 9mm broom handle seriously when did the prices go so up i was offered one 6 years ago for 8000 rs
    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Zakir View Post
    One was available at INTL arms for 100 k

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    Quote Originally Posted by khanjee666 View Post
    100 k for a 9mm broom handle seriously when did the prices go so up i was offered one 6 years ago for 8000 rs
    ??? They are considered collector items. For the last 10-15 years, ones in good condition can fetch around $3000 here. Certain examples in excellent condition are worth upto $10,000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Germanai View Post
    can any one tell me about the price range of mauser c96
    very few people own it in kp but no one wants to sell it no matter how much you offer them.

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    AOA
    Need expert opinion on this mauser pistol.
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    Dear Mr, Kohi
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    Congratulations, it's a Wartime Commercial

    This variant is distinguished by the first appearance of the New Safety. It superceded the Prewar Commercial, perhaps as early as 1912. The war didn't start until August 1914, but this variant is called the Wartime Commercial nonetheless. It is identical to the Prewar Commercial (the later variety with six rifling grooves), except for a few changes -

    • New Safety
    • "NS" monogram added to back of hammer
    • Hammer milling changed for New Safety
    • Solid safety lever knob (no hole)
    • 50-1000 meter tangent sight, without "900" meter mark. Most Prewar Commercials have sights with the "900" mark



    The Wartime Commercial can be easily distinguished from the Prewar Commercial by the hammer, which is marked on the back with an intertwined NS monogram and the safety lever knob. The only internal change is to the hammer. The number of grooves in the grip panels continues to vary.

    The authors of System Mauser note serial 290090 as the lowest number Wartime Commercial they'd seen. However, my database has one with a much lower number - presenting serial 232232, a Wartime Commercial in all respects (New Safety, 30-groove grips, tangent sight without a "900" mark, etc).

    System Mauser gives an observed high serial of 433900 for Wartime Commercials. My own database lists Wartime Commercials up to 426651.

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    Quote Originally Posted by assad ahmad nawab View Post
    sir post some pics then
    AOA,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syed Sajjad View Post
    Congratulations, it's a Wartime Commercial

    This variant is distinguished by the first appearance of the New Safety. It superceded the Prewar Commercial, perhaps as early as 1912. The war didn't start until August 1914, but this variant is called the Wartime Commercial nonetheless. It is identical to the Prewar Commercial (the later variety with six rifling grooves), except for a few changes -

    • New Safety
    • "NS" monogram added to back of hammer
    • Hammer milling changed for New Safety
    • Solid safety lever knob (no hole)
    • 50-1000 meter tangent sight, without "900" meter mark. Most Prewar Commercials have sights with the "900" mark



    The Wartime Commercial can be easily distinguished from the Prewar Commercial by the hammer, which is marked on the back with an intertwined NS monogram and the safety lever knob. The only internal change is to the hammer. The number of grooves in the grip panels continues to vary.

    The authors of System Mauser note serial 290090 as the lowest number Wartime Commercial they'd seen. However, my database has one with a much lower number - presenting serial 232232, a Wartime Commercial in all respects (New Safety, 30-groove grips, tangent sight without a "900" mark, etc).

    System Mauser gives an observed high serial of 433900 for Wartime Commercials. My own database lists Wartime Commercials up to 426651.

    Best Regards
    Sajjad Ali Shah
    Sajjad Ali Shah brother great info. Much obliged stay blessed.

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