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The Model 1889 Mauser: A Rifle That Saved Paris

During the opening salvo of WWI, Belgian troops were armed with the Model 1889 Mauser, a rifle that allowed them to slow down the German invasion.

Spanish Broomhandles

Spanish manufacturers developed a “broomhandle” pistol to undermine Mauser influence in China.

Rifleman Q&A: Firearms Int'l Corp. Mausers?

I purchased two Belgian-made FN Mauser actions many years ago. They have consecutive serial numbers. I have been unable to ascertain even an approximate date of manufacture. The importer at the time was “Firearms International Corp.” When were they made?

The Gewehr M2021: A Modernized Mauser 98

Despite having been developed more than a century ago, the Mauser 98 action is still one of the best bolt action designs ever conceived. Follow Jeromy Knepp as he sets up his own "modernized Mauser."

This Old Gun: Model 1893 Spanish Mauser

Designed by Paul Mauser, the Modelo 1893, adopted by the Spanish on Dec. 7, 1893, was a superb arm—the first of its breed to have a box magazine entirely enclosed within the stock.

10 Little-Known Facts About Mausers

Most have heard of the name Mauser, but some facts are less well known than others. Here are 10 little-known facts about the company and its history.

NRA Gun of the Week: Mauser M18 Rifle

American Rifleman's Christopher Olsen checks out Mauser's newest bolt-action rifle.

Video—I Have This Old Gun: Greek Model 1930 Mauser

This "I Have This Old Gun" segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV traces the origins and history of the Greek-commissioned Model 1930 Mauser.

Rifleman Q&A: Souvenir Mauser 1914 Pistol

I am looking for some help with a pistol I inherited from my grandfather. One of his brothers brought it home as a souvenir after World War II. The gun has no Nazi markings.

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