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1914mauser

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Examples of 1910, 1910/14 and 1910/34s
« on: April 23, 2013, 07:56:53 PM »
These are examples of .25 caliber/6.35 pistols. Regards,
 
 
 
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Re: Examples of 1910, 1910/14 and 1910/34s
« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2013, 11:24:16 PM »
Nice looking collection!
 
Have you been able to find any replacement magazines for the .25acp 1910/1914?  The one I have has been used, not quite abused, and the upper lips on the magazine are razor sharp.  It was my mother's.  Shoots well, but has a jam after about 4 rounds.  I have ordered the spring sets from Wolff and hope they will make a difference, but I suspect the magazine may be almost finished.  I have tried ones from gunclip depot that I returned and also received assurance from Triple K that theirs would work.  It does not, so I'm down $50 already.  They wouldn't take it back so I won't try there again or recommend them to anyone.
 
The numbers on the gun match, 276056, making it one of the "new models", I think.  I have some better pictures on an old computer that I will dig out, but I've attached one.
 
Definitely fun to shoot and I would like to preserve it in good working condition.  Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Re: Examples of 1910, 1910/14 and 1910/34s
« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2013, 09:44:06 AM »
It is actualy what I call a 1910/14 standard model the variation that followed the New model. Your best bet is to buy an original 1910/14 magazine off GunBroker. Any .25 caliber magazine except a Sidelatch magazine should work. It will cost you $100+ but IMHO it is worth it to have a functioning magazine. Regards,
 
 
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