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Review: the Schwarzlose 1908 blow-forward 32acp pistol

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Published on Jan 16, 2013

(NOTE: I fire a few rounds at around 9:20 in this video.)
It may look like a run-of-the-mill old German pocket pistol, but the Schwarzlose 1908 is actually quite unique. It uses an unusual blow-forward mechanism, similar to only two other guns, the Japanese Hino Komuro and the Austrian Mannlicher 1894. Recoil in the gun is surprisingly sharp and painful, although muzzle flip is minimal. They are surprisingly hard to find, and I've never seen one in this kind of condition.

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