Mauser HSc

Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by Bigbob, Nov 19, 2009.

  1. Bigbob

    Bigbob New Member

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    :)I have stumbled across a WW2 Mauser HSc with mil. officers holster. Cal .32
    (7.62?) The holster is in good cond. 7 out of 10 It has officers name and ser.# written in side. Bluing has holster wear (probably a 5) from being carried. Wood grips are 100% No Nazi markings but it was def. carried during the war not a postwar production. What should it be worth??:confused:
  2. wonderwhippet

    wonderwhippet Active Member

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    If there are no military acceptance markings it is a commercial HSc, and definitely worth less, around $300 depending on condition. The holster adds more to the value, especially if it has German markings.
  3. RJay

    RJay Well-Known Member

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    It may or may not have been carried in WWII. Unless the history is known, it is safe to assume that the gun came form a pile of turned in civilian guns and the holster was acquire later for a cartoon of cigarettes :).As wonderwhippet posted, you have a Military holster and a ciilvilian handgun. There is nothing to show that they started out that way and they have to be priced as such. Sorry about that.
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