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Mauser P38 Pistol / Here is my Mauser byf44 c block a dual tone
« on: February 11, 2018, 07:01:15 AM »
Here is my BYF 44 7496c It is an early dual tone.  Mauser actually began phosphate on P.38s in the b block.  It came with a rare JVD type 18 magazine.

The left side
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The right side
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The locking block
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The magazine side
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The magazine spine
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Model HSC Pistol / My Mauser HSC Eagle F with 2 matching magazines
« on: January 11, 2018, 05:31:22 PM »
Here is my Mauser HSC Police Eagle F serial 948294.  It came in brown Eagle B holster with two serialized matching magazines.

Below are the Pictures.

Mauser P38 Pistol / A Mauser byf42
« on: October 09, 2017, 03:47:50 PM »
Here is my latest acquisition a Mauser BYF 42 3532a that was assembled in late January 1943.  It has an early frame and slide with a dusty blue finish on the slide. The AEG 38/Z3 grips were supplied to Mauser by Walther and are stamped with 359 at this time, but Mauser started receiving AEG grips directly shortly there after.
The side view.

Model HSC Pistol / A peak production HSc Eagle L
« on: December 04, 2016, 11:19:32 AM »
Here is a peak production Mauser HSc with a Military finish and smooth sight ramp.  The serial number is 846164 which puts it in 1943.  Alan if you could can you give me the Month of production too.

Left left side

The right side

The Eagle L stamp

The serial Number

Mauser P38 Pistol / A late 1944 Mauser byf44 blued not dual tone P.38
« on: September 27, 2016, 07:35:04 AM »
This is a byf44 6026y made by Mauser in September 1944.  It fills a hole in my collection I have several phosphate byf44's from 1945 so I needed a 1944 blued gun.

The left side.
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The right side.
BYF 44 6026y right resized" border="0

Mauser P38 Pistol / A Mauser byf44 Police Eagle L P.38
« on: May 18, 2016, 09:50:07 AM »
Here is the last of my Holy Grail P.38's my Eagle L I got from Scotty Benedict  at Pre98.  The magazine is a P.38v With an E/135 on the spine.

Here are the Pictures

The left side
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The right side
BYF44 E L right resized" border="0

The Eagle L
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Mauser P38 Pistol / A Mauser byf44 Police Eagle F P.38
« on: March 25, 2016, 12:21:59 PM »
Here are pictures of a Mauser BYF 44 Police Eagle F that was recently purchased from Legacy.  The magazine in the gun is an Eagle/135.
The left side
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The right side
BYF44 Eagle F Right resized" border="0

The E/F stamp
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Mauser P38 Pistol / French Mauser svw45 P.38 9364g
« on: December 18, 2014, 09:49:04 AM »
Here is a French post war Mauser serial number 9364g produce at Mauser during the French occupation for use by their police units and Indochina.  This gun did not have metal grips but AEG late war grips.  The Black Perlon (polyamide 6) grips have been noted too in these guns before the metal grips were used.  This gun also had a JVD magazine and no import stamps.  The gun is made of all German produced parts.  Whiting was originally in the slide stampings.  I have removed most of it but some still remains. There are no import marks.

9364g left side
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9364g right side
French SVW45 right resized" border="0

Close up of Barrel serial.
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The Locking block.
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Model HSC Pistol / Problem with my HSc
« on: July 07, 2014, 08:20:41 AM »
Every now an then I shoot my HSc.  Well this time when I finished shooting I noticed the extractor, the extractor pin (front) The extractor spring and the the extractor pin rear at the safety end may also be missing but I can't really tell.  If any one has these parts that they are willing to sell I need them to put my HSc back in working order. 

I forund and extractor and extractor spring on the Numerich website so all I need now id the Extractor plunger and the Safety detent plunger

Tom Heller had the Extractor and Safety Detent plungers so I'm set.

Mauser P38 Pistol / A Mauser Dual Tone German svw45 from Pre98
« on: June 16, 2014, 01:48:18 PM »
Here is my recent purchased SVW45 967f  It has a phosphate P.38V over U magazine with a ribbed follower and eagle over WaA135 on the spine.   Photo's are shown below:

SVW45 left side
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SVW right side
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Model HSC Pistol / Fake KM noted
« on: April 14, 2014, 04:05:02 PM »
From the Weirmachawards forum a fake KM HSc come to light.  Serial 700228 has a fake eagle/M.  Pictures are on the Weirmachawards forum I think is in the weapons sub forum. It's been in the system since 2009.

Model HSC Pistol / Can someone tell me the lack of factory codes on HSc"s
« on: February 10, 2014, 12:13:36 PM »
I have been wondering why Mauser left their logo on the HSc during the war when on P.38 and other arms the three letter code was used.  I would have expected BYF on the HSc instead of Mauser from 1940 or 1941 into 1945.  Was there some reason this was not changed on the HSc?  Warbird or anyone else, what's you thought on this.  I have seen Walther PP's with AC on them so why no BYF code on HSc's. I did'nt see this addressed in the the book on the HSc either.

I posted this in a other thread and go no response.

Model HSC Pistol / Need to replace magazine spring
« on: January 20, 2014, 08:54:37 AM »
Hello I have a weak spring in my 1941 HSc and want to replace the spring.  I have new springs coming from Wolff.  I have looked at the mags and it appears the current mag spring rests in a nich at the bottom plate. But I want to be right so if someone can help me I would appreciate it.


Model HSC Pistol / New to me a Mauser HSc
« on: December 30, 2013, 08:09:35 AM »
This is a  HSc i purchased from Scotty Benedict at  It's a second variation blued with E/655 and E/N stamps and E/N on the right side of the slide the seems to be a little fuzzy. it's the same Eagle/N that is on the trigger guard.  I noticed this when I looking at it under higher magnification.

The HSC also has the Mauser Banner on the base of the bottom plate of the magazine.  The serial number is 734970.  The last three digits of the serial no. are electro penciled on the inside of the front of the slide and and in front of the chamber on the barrel, all matching.  The sight channel is checkered also.

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