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Serial no. 738863 - year of production 1940-41.
Outstanding example - no reblued or refinish.
Second Variation, High Polish Blue with Lanyard Loop.
2 mags with Mauser logo, eagle/N at the right places.
100% original, like a virgin;)

The story:
German offiser killed at the plains of Røros in the middle of Norway. He came over the border from Sweden, and the Russian front.
This rig was taken from him, by the men who killed him.
The pistol has been in privat property since WWII, not used in the police or the army.
 

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No waffenamt!

No Waffenampt?
Correct, this one is "clean"
Commercial, and the officer had to buy it himself like many other officer.

Got a PP altso, from a German captain in Kristiansand. He was a officeworker and had to buy his own pistol.

Mauser Guns - Mauser Model HSC Pistol

http://www.mauserguns.com/Mauser_HSc_Production.pdf

The grip screws were subsequently moved up about ¾" and by serial number 701348, the Heer (Army) began procurement followed by the various Polizei (Police) organizations, including the Schutzstaffel or SS. The Luftwaffe (Airforce) purchased HSc pistols through the Heereswaffenamt and not their own departments. Military personnel not issued a sidearm often purchased pistols (including the HSc) in the commercial marketplace and carried them into the field.
 

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The latest Dillon 'Blue Press' catalog has an article on the HSc for the centerfold.
It sounds like a fascinating weapon.
 

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The latest Dillon 'Blue Press' catalog has an article on the HSc for the centerfold.
It sounds like a fascinating weapon.
Thanks, i think it is a fascinating weapon.

I would like to get my hands on that article? any chance to find it on the web you think?
 

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Thanks, i think it is a fascinating weapon.

I would like to get my hands on that article? any chance to find it on the web you think?
Go to: Dillon Precision: Reloaders, Reloading Equipment, Bullet Reloading, Bullet Reloaders
As you will see, Dillon Precision makes reloading gear and accessories. Click on 'Read the Blue Press' in the toolbar along the top; this will take you to the catalog menu. The April edition (which has the article I mentioned) isn't up yet, but the earlier editions have fascinating reading which includes historic firearms.
JUST SO YOU KNOW, Dillon uses stunning young ladies to model guns and equipment, in impeccable taste, of course.:)
 

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Geberg, does your HSC have eagle N or crown N proof marks?
 

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Eagle/N - yes!

Geberg, does your HSC have eagle N or crown N proof marks?
I got one HSc for Kriegsmarine made in 1944, and this commercial made in 1940-41 - both of them has the Eagle/N for wartime production.

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thanks!

Go to: Dillon Precision: Reloaders, Reloading Equipment, Bullet Reloading, Bullet Reloaders
As you will see, Dillon Precision makes reloading gear and accessories. Click on 'Read the Blue Press' in the toolbar along the top; this will take you to the catalog menu. The April edition (which has the article I mentioned) isn't up yet, but the earlier editions have fascinating reading which includes historic firearms.
JUST SO YOU KNOW, Dillon uses stunning young ladies to model guns and equipment, in impeccable taste, of course.:)
I shipped a email asking to send me the file in pdf

Thanks!
 
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