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Broom Handle Mauser Owners

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by munk, Mar 18, 2004.

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  1. munk

    munk Member

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    Can you tell me about them?


    I've cast wistful eyes for 15 years. Figure I'll never afford one. But sure would like to hear about them.


    thanks

    munk
     
  2. Wildalaska

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    Ttoally fun to shoot, just watch your thumb when ya use the shoulder stock..

    WildouchAlaska
     
  3. pbhome71

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    Parts fit together like a puzzle. I think the grip is a bit too small. ;)

    The one I got was around $500.00 a couple of years ago. It is a re-finished Mauser from Bring Lee. It has an 8" barrel, chambered in 9mm Luger. It was mostlikely re-sleeved The easiest way to load is by using stripper clip.

    Anyone knows where to get a holster for this thing?

    Like you, I always want one for a long long time. I'll take some picture and post here.

    -Pat
     
  4. bmwguy

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    Pricey..

    They're really neat relics.

    One on shootable condition w/ bluing run around 1k.

    Here's my c96.

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  5. ACP230

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    Check Shotgun News for a holster.
    There's an outfit advertising a repro Chi Com holster for the Broomhandle there.
     
  6. munk

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    I've noticed the Chinese rendition is still being adverstised- the one in .45 acp.

    Is that worth over 1k?


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