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Mauser is it a 1914 or a 1934?

Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by WOLFGUNNER5150, Aug 31, 2003.

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  1. WOLFGUNNER5150

    WOLFGUNNER5150 Member

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    I'm trying to figure out what model my Mauser pistol is. It is either a pocket model 1914 or a pocket model 1934. The barrel is 3.4 so it is not a 1910 that one has a 3" barrel. The blue book says "similar to model 1914 but reshaped grip" But reshaped how? I've been to gunbroker but still can't tell the deference.The s/n on mine is 328XXX if that helps. Also what dose a "humpback" model look like? I've seen good deals on 1910 barrels and mags and was wondering if it will fit the 1914 or the 1934? Thanks for your help .
     
  2. rufe-snow

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    Mauser Variations

    Believe from your serial number, you have a model 1914. The 1910 model pocket pistols were in .25 acp. Yours is a later 1914 model in .32 acp, they're not compatible.
    These fine quality pictures are borrowed from Panchos excellent web-site www.panchogun.com notice the grips, you can tell the difference between the 1914 and 1934.

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  3. WOLFGUNNER5150

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    Thanks for the info it helped me out a lot.
     
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