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Unread 02-20-2024, 03:37 PM   #1
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Default Schwarzlose 1898

Wanted to share my recent acquisition. An elusive unicorn of the early semiautomatics made by a perhaps underrated Prussian master. Out of ~ 30 pieces I have seen on the web - this one seems even more rare in its 8+1 capacity( normally 6+1). It,s also in excellent shape.

I think this is a very gracious and comfortable pistol, with many amazing and quite modern mechanical features like rotating locking bolt.

Here,s the video of a few shots I took( kept it too close- got hit by ejecting shell) and a detailed dive into it,s interesting mechanics

https://youtu.be/jOJOTT75gR4?si=kfTd-pJIbOzszTHr

https://youtu.be/IhELmRfT_Ds?si=3ZdfSGCYkwWENRNi
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