Mauser C96
C96 Mauser
Vital statistics
Introduction Date 1899
Production 1899-1961
  • Mauser
  • Hanyang Arsenal
  • Ammunition Type
  • 9x19mm Parabellum
  • .45 ACP
  • Magazine Capacity 10 Round Magazine
    Type Semi-Automatic Pistol
    The Mauser C96 is a semi-automatic pistol developed in Germany. It was manufactured by Mauser until the late 30s. The weapon would later be replaced by the Luger P08.


    During WW2, Tony Secord's grandfather who was the first Tony Secord; fought against the Nazis who snuck into America in hopes of taking it over for the Third Reich. Secord would defend America with this pistol and never gave up against the Facists. He always hung onto the weapon as well and passed it onto his son Tony Secord the second.

    Tony Secord IIIEdit

    Tony Secord the third was given this weapon by his father and Secord always held onto it. Then on the day his parents died, Secord modified this pistol with a box mag that enters through the underpart of the box by a switch that can release it when empty. He also made it resistant to mud and other weaknesses it may have. He also duplicated the weapon and now uses both on his missions.