Mauser


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Mau·ser

 (mou′zər)
A trademark for a repeating rifle or pistol.

Mauser

(ˈmaʊzə)
n
1. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a high-velocity magazine rifle
2. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a type of automatic pistol
[C19: named after P. P. von Mauser (1838–1914), German firearms inventor]
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Noun1.Mauser - German arms manufacturer and inventor of a repeating rifle and pistol (1838-1914)
2.Mauser - trademark for a repeating rifle or pistolMauser - trademark for a repeating rifle or pistol
repeating firearm, repeater - a firearm that can fire several rounds without reloading
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Germany's Gallic adversaries had succeeded in producing the first practical smokeless gun powder and in 1886 France shocked the world's military authorities when they announced the adoption of the first smallbore, smokeless powder repeating rifle--the 8mm Fusil d'Infanterie Modele 1886, better known as the "Lebel." The German army was taken aback and Paul Mauser with them.