The Mauser 1914 Pistol .32 ACP

The Mauser 1914 Pistol .32 ACP

Mauser is much more well known for their long guns than their hand guns, but in this installment of TFBTV we look at a very prolific early 20th century handgun made by the Mauser company in significant quantities. This is the Mauser 1914, which was a very popular pistol back in the day.

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Readers Comments (50)

  1. عموري البياتي November 29, 2020 @ 8:03 pm

    سلاح حلو 😍 ابني مو راح تموت نفسك

  2. A great feature is having this pistol with the slide back with the mag not all the way in. All you need to do is push in the mag and the slide automatically returns and it’s ready to fire. See 118 on the timelne

  3. Super video 👏
    Thanks for doing this 👍

  4. Another handsome little German gun with the classic short and black comb-over hairdue.

  5. I found one when I was living in Arkansas. Old guy sold it to me for $90. Came with holster and clip. Accurate and loud. Great little video and disassembly included. Good job! G USMC 1970-1976

  6. I’ve been watching videos on the Mauser pistol. It seems a little awkward to shoot. I’m not a gun expert so, I could be wrong.

  7. One of these guns was wielded by the actor Walter Slezak portraying a villianous uboat officer survivor in the WW2 propaganda movie "Lifeboat" starring the lovely Tallauh Bankhead, where he commandeers a lifeboat carrying passangers from a ship he torpedoed. During the struggle when he is killed and the good guys retake the boat, the gun, a rubber prop, gets tossed overboard.

  8. What is the best bullet for good stopping power , what is,the least size.

  9. What is price?

  10. Виталий Радзиховский November 29, 2020 @ 8:16 pm

    LG Mauser😆😆👍👍

  11. libertyn jeopardy November 29, 2020 @ 8:17 pm

    I actually own this gun, it’s light and is used for hiking. Very accurate.

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  13. Khemarat Khamarat November 29, 2020 @ 8:20 pm

    I like it still in good condition-appealing

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  15. I want to take a moment and thank you for shooting it one handed like it was designed for

  16. Тревис Бикль November 29, 2020 @ 8:25 pm

    обзор хороший, а пистолеты не курковые всё таки стрёмные в ношении с патроном в патроннике

  17. live yung think happy November 29, 2020 @ 8:29 pm

    Lovely baby

  18. Thanks for the review. I am bidding on one of these now.

  19. I have one i want to sell

  20. Best Ammo for it?

  21. ( ^∀^)b
    Beautiful steel&wood material!

  22. I got a 1915 mauser pistol in the 7.56 round . All number matching. Got the german X it shoots excellent and accurate . i turn down 35k for it> This gun had be kept in good hands and taken care of. I had to buy a reproduction holster for it. It never had the original holster> My Uncle gave it to me b4 he died , he had a p 38, i deary loved to, but was gave to his son. He also gave his son a super nice M1 carbine and a broom handle plus a bunch of other guns, like a browning ect . He got these guns during world war II. Even tho most was WW I > Plus idk if he got the WW 1 guns from his dad or not > This one 1 i got, was issue to a German Artillery General

  23. here in Brazil we have slingshot hehehehe

  24. The gun we pass since 1 century in my family, Father to Son

  25. Got one my granddad took of a dead nazi officer! Love mine

  26. Kingston Underwood November 29, 2020 @ 8:40 pm

    I own one lol

  27. Interstellar Lapis & the CCCP November 29, 2020 @ 8:40 pm

    Love the gun. Not gonna lie, it has a very… ominous, German look to it; which I love. In the hand it feels very much like a Walther PPK. Same kind of finish and bulk that you’d expect in a larger gun but chambered in .32 ACP. Also, the sights on both guns are what you’d expect to find on a much larger gun, very clean and defined. Whatever you want to say about the caliber, this gun and the Walther are a cut above the rest and in my opinion are capable of competing with the bigger boys just fine. Mauser really does have superb quality standards so I guess I shouldn’t be surprised.

  28. Cássio Augusto De Capua November 29, 2020 @ 8:42 pm

    Magnífica, gostei da engenharia aplicada nela.

  29. I actually shot one of these yesterday and I thought I didn’t need my ears in because of the low caliber and I shot a single shot and my ears were instantly ringing

  30. i have one of these lol same leather holster and .32 acp..

  31. Then why do they call it Taschenpistolete 1914 in bf1?

  32. 🇧🇪👏👏👏

  33. Mine is very reliable never fails and slips into my jean pocket slightly wider than a cell phone with a case. Easy to slip your hand into the same pocket bring it out ready to fire. Really easy and fun to clean and remarkably accurate. I do trust mine enough to use it for an optional carry. Found several mags for it and I’m happy about that. 32 cal is more than enough.

  34. Got to hand it to Mauser, there is just something about their designs which is so sleek no matter what they make. I especially love those grooves on the slide (wtf are they actually called?) how they protrude out and are in the shape of the Mauser logo. I love the way the button to disengage the safety looks and feels. I love the way the back is circular, reminiscent of a bolt action rifle. Even the markings are so clean and crisp and the font choice is so elegant. I have a 1934 example of this gun myself and I love it. I especially enjoy the fact that Mauser put all the effort they would into a rifle, into this little handgun.

  35. Rita the Hamstew November 29, 2020 @ 8:47 pm

    This gun is kind of like a Fiat 500 or Mini Cooper. It’s not ridiculously small like a smart car, but it’s not quite the size of a normal car either.

  36. Mine doesn’t work, no idea why, everything is there and accounted for, new springs, well oiled. nothing broken on worn out, just doesn’t work.

  37. This is one of my favourite pistols.

  38. How do you know if you have a 1910 or 1914? I have a 25acp. Slide says Germany on one side and other side says waffenfabrik mauser a-b oberndorf n mausers patent. In trigger guard it has an A or R 514. Any help be appreciated.

  39. Found one for 100euros in mint condition, guess thats a good deal.

  40. I got a 1910 in .25 not too long ago

  41. Whts the price this gun

  42. When dealing with the safety I think you just have to "get gud". That is work with the pistol until you get used to it. I think the presenter’s biggest problem is the pistol simply isn’t built for him. His hands are far to big which isn’t a surprise considering the pistol’s vintage. People were generally smaller in the turn of the 20th century with many who used this pistol being born in the 19th century. No gun – of any type or caliber – can work for everyone. I actually handled one of these (nowhere near as nice as this one) and it fit me very well.

  43. Michael Orzolick November 29, 2020 @ 8:55 pm

    My Dad had a .32 Mauser it was a war trophy from WWII and my dad was a combat medic in the 99th Inf Div and he had the Armourer demilitarized it for him. But before I was born he believed his landlord stole it off him and after my dad passed away I found his US Army paper work with the serial number and description of the gun. If I ever get that gun back I’ll bury it with my dads ashes on his mother’s grave

  44. Love mine

  45. Anyone know where I can buy the barrels? I can find every other part online except the barrels.

  46. Que valor comercial en el mercado

  47. A nice little pistol with a great history behind it, but I think I’d still prefer my FN Model 1922.

  48. 32 ACP is a powerful round
    250 joules fire power 🤔👍

    25ACP or 22 is week

  49. I have one of these but I am unable to find a reproduction magazine as when it was given to us it had no magazine with it. If anyone has one or knows where to get one please let me know

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