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    Question Mauser 7.65 pistol auto

    I have a Mauser pistol 7.65 cannot find any ammo for it is there another caliber that I can use such as 7.63. Its really a nice pistol hate to get rid of it because I cant find ammo for it please help.

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    Otherwise known as: .32 ACP or .32 Auto
    "Specialization is for insects." -Robert A. Heinlein

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    Mauser 7.65 pistol

    Quote Originally Posted by MEH View Post
    Otherwise known as: .32 ACP or .32 Auto
    So I can use a .32 ACP??

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    Quote Originally Posted by paparog View Post
    So I can use a .32 ACP??
    7.65 Browning is what Europeans call .32 ACP. Same exact thing. Most cartridges have multiple names depending on the era and geographic location.Read this.

    7.63 Mauser is NOT the same as 7.65. 7.63 Mauser is also called .30 Mauser, and is a cartridge Mauser designed for their C96 pistols. The 7.62 Tokarev is actually a hot version of 7.63 Mauser.

    What model do you have? 1910, 1914, 1934, HSc?

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    Mauser 7.65

    Quote Originally Posted by TGS View Post
    7.65 Browning is what Europeans call .32 ACP. Same exact thing. Most cartridges have multiple names depending on the era and geographic location.Read this.

    7.63 Mauser is NOT the same as 7.65. 7.63 Mauser is also called .30 Mauser, and is a cartridge Mauser designed for their C96 pistols. The 7.62 Tokarev is actually a hot version of 7.63 Mauser.

    What model do you have? 1910, 1914, 1934, HSc?
    Dont know But wil tell u what I found
    Waffenfabrik Mauser AG
    around the trigger it says 747
    looks like a small Luger
    And on other side says Mauser 7.65 nothing else except ser numbers ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by paparog View Post
    Dont know But wil tell u what I found
    Waffenfabrik Mauser AG
    around the trigger it says 747
    looks like a small Luger
    And on other side says Mauser 7.65 nothing else except ser numbers ???
    Mauser 1914:
    1914.jpg

    Mauser 1934:
    1934.jpg

    Mauser HSc:
    hsc.jpg

    Check out Mauserguns.com for Mauser specific information, parts diagrams, assembly instructions, and a good forum with knowledgeable collectors. Lots of good info on there for these awesome little pocket rockets (I had a 1914 and HSc myself).

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    Mauser

    Quote Originally Posted by TGS View Post
    Mauser 1914:
    1914.jpg

    Mauser 1934:
    1934.jpg

    Mauser HSc:
    hsc.jpg

    Check out Mauserguns.com for Mauser specific information, parts diagrams, assembly instructions, and a good forum with knowledgeable collectors. Lots of good info on there for these awesome little pocket rockets (I had a 1914 and HSc myself).
    1914

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    Mauser

    Quote Originally Posted by paparog View Post
    1914
    looks like 1914 but front sight of 1934 now I compare looks more like 1934 and grips of 1914

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    Quote Originally Posted by paparog View Post
    looks like 1914 but front sight of 1934 now I compare looks more like 1934 and grips of 1914
    There were some transitional models of the 1934 that were fitted with the straight/humpless 1914 grips. I don't think they bring extra value compared to the regular 1934, but this whole series of Mausers are pretty nice pistols. We have one in our family that our great grandfather bought way back when. My brother currently has it, and I'd love to get it from him being he probably doesn't shoot it or even know what it is. The manual safety mechanism is pretty slick.

    Enjoy!

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    Mauser 7.65

    Quote Originally Posted by TGS View Post
    There were some transitional models of the 1934 that were fitted with the straight/humpless 1914 grips. I don't think they bring extra value compared to the regular 1934, but this whole series of Mausers are pretty nice pistols. We have one in our family that our great grandfather bought way back when. My brother currently has it, and I'd love to get it from him being he probably doesn't shoot it or even know what it is. The manual safety mechanism is pretty slick.

    Enjoy!
    Thank you so much for your info.

 

 

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