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Mauser C96

Article about: Hi, a great example and in great condition. Its missing the loading clip. Legal and in working condition. Enjoy Cheers Nuno

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    Quote by Gunny Hartmann View Post
    An iconic pistol for sure!...
    Indeed, always wanted one of these, probably never will.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Can you legally own a selective fire handgun there? Even in the States here, it is a headache to buy one of these.
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Quote by Wagriff View Post
    Can you legally own a selective fire handgun there? Even in the States here, it is a headache to buy one of these.
    Yes.
    Its still considered a "handgun" here.
    You need several licenses.
    Is it that hard over there?

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    Pistols are no problem-so long as they are semi-automatic, but a Selective Fire gun is considered a Submachine gun and they then classify them as a Class 3 weapon. As such, they get pretty whiny about them. You need to go through a Class 3 dealers license Only and have to pay $200 for a "transfer tax" to the Federal Government every time the gun changes hands. In addition, you need to have local law authority permission to own it(depending on what state and city you live in, this can be real easy or a real pain in the butt) and have the weapon ready for inspection at any given time-generally with no warning ahead of time. Some states or cities such as New York City make it simple-you can't Have one under Any circumstances. And, of course, as the owner, you can have no criminal background at all-no matter how long the offense was ago. Just all sorts of "fun" stuff to do! lol
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    To transfer the Mauser M712 Schnellfeuer or any other Class III weapon you must fill out 2 Form 4's a Certificate Of Compliance, have 2 fingerprint cards made, supply 2 passport photos for the Form 4's, have your chief law enforce net officer OK it (Not necessary if you have a Firearms Trust) mail all of it to the BATFE in West Virginia with a $200 check for the transfer fee. At that point the FBI does a background check . Waiting time now 6-8 months for approval. This must be done every time a Class III weapon (select fire or full automatic) is bought and transferred to the buyer.

    Correction on Wargriff's post.

    If you have a C 3 C&R license any C&R weapon (Fed's publish a booklet on them) which includes many Class III weapons can be transferred directly to the buyer without going thru a Class III or Class I dealer (for non Class III weapons ). Most of my weapons are C&R and were transferred directly to me.

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    C-96 - one of my absolute favourite handguns.
    Congrats.

    Do you have the holster stock for it as well?

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    Who would have thought that a European country would actually have slacker fire arms laws that the States? Will wonders never cease...lol
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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