Manufactured by Mauser in Oberndorf, Germany c.1896-1920′s. 7,63x25mm Mauser 10-round internal box magazine reloaded with stripper clips, short recoil semi-automatic, cut for a removable sock that doubles as a holster. Pretty pretty German handguns.
Designed by Igor Stechkin, manufactured by the KBP Instrument Design Bureau c.2002-today. 7.62×42 mm SP-4 five-round moon clips, swing-out cylinder, six o’clock barrel, integral laser sight, double action, manual safety. A very interesting design brought to us by the Stechkin automatic pistol guy, the OTs-38 was developed from an earlier model designed for Vietnam tunnel rats, which fired tungsten birdshot rounds for some reason. This revolver’s rounds are only similar in that they are completely silent, using a low amount of gunpowder located behind a piston inside the case, meaning no gas is actually released when firing the gun, producing no sound or muzzle flash. The gun itself being a revolver also means no spent cartridges can be heard dropping on the floor.
Manufactured in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Basque Country by Beistegui Hermanos. 7,63x25mm Mauser 20-round detachable box magazine,
full automatic, air cooling fins. So many copies of the C96 were made, Astra made a Schnellfeuer variant even before the official one came out. This one is yet another variation with a fire rate regulating thingamajig.