CosmicGrooves: Hmm... don't think I knew semi auto pistols existed in 1914.
White Star Line: I think Mauser's handguns are what put them on the map... only professional
shooters or German soldiers would be really familiar with Mauser's bolt
action rifles, whereas everyone knows about the Broomhandle and Luger, both
of which were made before this gun.
leftyaa12: Picked one up from a friend for 120 bucks.#s matching. Came with 2 original
mauser mags. The gun is in pretty good cond. still has prob 90% of orig
bluing and works great. The only thing is that is has a slight buldge in
barrel but doesnt affect accuracy. Picked up another barrel just to have.
Really like it. Wonder what it might be worth?
isaazman123: @T2oys you're a grammar nazi
RElover22: 9x23 steyr i think
isaazman123: @T2oys don't be such a nazi
Mitchell Denman: i just got one of these Mauser 1914s but it needs a firing pin. ive checked
gunbroker but couldnt find anything. does anyone know where i could find
HLebooks: Just a few words to tell you that an interesting downloadable ebook on this
model (technical and historic aspects) is available at HLebooks.com.
BushcraftBritannia: Why are you asking me? But they have 2 different calibres, the originals
used 9x23mm steyr but after Austria was annexed by Germany they were
rechambered for 9mm para
LovesBig FemaleFeet: i have one for sale made in 1916 good condition
Édi Melo: @keesurt yeah. I'm not a shutter but I like the looks of it. :)
daspenguin4434: Man that is a very nice looking pistol. Leave it to the Germans to make
good looking firearms.
HitOrMissEtc: Great design.
Aj Bodin: Great video larry!
puddinhead99: one at a local pawn shop for 350$. this said it was worth 800$. looks like
ill be going back to get that pistol tomorrow ;)
Andrew Vuong: That is one awesome gun
Mikey77emerica: I have a nickel plated one, and it's nice. Mauser has some nice pistols.
Obora watabinost: i love this gun, just for the looks
hellomate639: Yep, I got a 1910.
BushcraftBritannia: what about the C96? And the steyr m1912
yf2sv: my grandfather brought back a 1910 same pistol just 25 acp. he said he
found the pistol along with a Luger on a Waffen SS officer old German guns
are so well made
rinselman: Nice video, but it needs to include detail stripping and reassembly. I have
one of these 1914's, and it's a nice little pistol once I got it working
keesurt: Everybody knows the mauser c96 right?
Aerophyrestorm: That is an incredible piece. Someone needs to make an updated model
ericsyutubeaccount: very cool
MrAmptech: Thanks, nice and to the point.
Cynical RSO: One of those was my paternal Grandfather's side arm in WWI (Reserve
Artillery Feldwebel) so it is on my buy list.
JamesMovingTarget: I have a steyr 1912, what ammo does it use ?
Alec Mason: @kalo96792 I still call Semi-Automatic Pistols for Automatic Pistols and
the other for Full Automatic.
jordan kan: @T2oys semi auto pistols back then were usually called automatic pistols.
.45acp is .45 automatic colt pistol. full auto pistols werent really a
thing back then.
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