The Mauser 1914 was of the same design and quality of the 1910 model, but with some small changes in construction.
One of the changes in construction was the fixing of the barrel. It now had an additional small latch at the front end of the receiver in order to lock the bolt. The coverplate of the action was changed too. It now got more rectangular design and was guided in a dovetail. It was only to remove after dismounting the slide. A new detail of the construction was that the slide now was catched at the rear position after the last shot and was released only after removing the old and inserting a new magazine.
After World War I the production was started again in 1919 with serialnumbers between about 200.000 to 403.000 Besides commercial uses these types were also carried in small amount by some German police-forces together with the bigger .32 models.
overal lenght: 150 mm
barrel lenght: 85 mm
height: 115 mm
weight: 610 gr.
magazine capacity: 8 rounds, 7,65 mm (.32 ACP)