Mauser Parabellum 1930 - 1946, The
Don R. Hallock & Joop van de Kant
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Featuring 34 chapters, and 5 appendixes on 704 pages in A4 format. There are more than 1000 full color pictures, and hundreds of tables with serial numbers and more. Mauser’s history in Oberndorf started in 1812 then the move for the Luger pistol from DWM to Mauser in 1930. In the first years only one pistol a day was assembled. 1934 marks the start of mass production for German armed forces. Includes Proof- and Acceptance markings, changes in the properties of the pistols between 1930 and 1946, special markings and safeties on pistols for the German Police, the pistols of the foreign contracts, in chapters 22 - 34, production under control of French 1st Army 1945/46, Mauser’s sales and inventory statistics, tools, magazines, holsters, plastic grip plates and cleaning rods and more. Many yet unpublished facts, figures and documents adorn this fabulous book. Worthy of a place in the library of any discerning arms collector. 9 X 12, hardcover, photos, illus, 704 pp... ATTENTION: NOW OUT OF PRINT FROM THE PUBLISHER... THIS IS A NEW BOOK. WE ONLY HAVE ONE LEFT. IT WILL BE WRAPPED IN PLASTIC AND PACKAGED IN A CARDBOARD BOX WITH EXTRA PADDING ALL AROUND.