Broomhandle Mauser Pistol Non-Firing FD1024
Reproduction of the Broomhandle Mauser Pistol from 1896. 11 1/2 inches long. Also known under a variety of other names, including C96, M96, Bolo, P-7.63, Broomhandle, Mauser Military Pistol, Large Mauser pistol, Pistole 7.63mm and the Model 1930.
The C96 was the first reliable and efficient design for a self-loading pistol. One of the more notable features of the design was the absence of pins or screws in its construction. This design is based upon the frame being milled out from a solid forging.
This is a non-firing copy of the Mauser original. This piece replicates the original in size, weight and appearance, and functions much like the original. However, this replica cannot be made to fire or parts interchanged.