Reproduction of the gun, made of metal with plastic flakes for imitation of wood, with simulator mechanism for loading and fire.
Within the wide range of light weapons, the C-96 has the honor of showing the nickname of “classic”, also known as “broomstick”. It was a semi-automatic pistol produced in Germany from 1896 to 1937, created by the brilliant Peter Paul Mauser. This semi-automatic pistol, with over a century of history, has an extremely functional and practical design that has led it to be recognized as one of the best weapons in the world.
The German army received more than 100,000 units, which it used during the First World War, in which fighting abounded a short distance in the trenches. Communist Russia bought large quantities of C-96, a weapon that ended up receiving the nickname “Bolo-Mauser”, ie the Mauser of the Bolsheviks. When World War II began in 1939, the C-96 was still active.
Although no country has recognized it as a normative weapon, it has been used in all the military events that emerged in the first half of the 20th century.
Recreate the best battles of the First World War with the DENIX reproduction of this gun!
WONDERFULLY REPLICATING REPLICAS, WITH WEIGHT AND REAL DIMENSIONS, FUNCTIONAL MECHANISMS, BUILT WITH MATERIALS SIMILAR TO THE ORIGINAL