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|Original name||Mauser C96|
|Hair color||White hair|
|Eye color||Red eyes|
|Country of origin||Germany|
Mauser C96 is a character from the Tactical SRPG ES game Girls' Frontline and its derivatives developed by MicaTeam and published by Digital Sky.
Historical basis[edit | edit source]
The Mauser C96 was patented by Mauser on 11 December, 1895, with production starting the next year until ceasing in 1939, with a total number of about 1 million, along with several million replicas made by other countries. It was originally developed by the Feederle brothers in their spare time, but was patented by the owner of Mauser later. The original Mauser C96 fires 7.63x25mm Mauser rounds. Mauser had constantly hoped that the German military could accept the Mauser C96 into service, with a batch of 150,000 9mm-caliber C96s. nicknamed "Red 9" ordered during WWI. Mauser delivered 137,000 C96s to the German army, the only record of the German army officially using this weapon.
The C96 was also replicated in Spain, named Astra Model 900.
Spain weapon manufacturers Astra and Beistegui Hermanos attempted to improve their copies of C96s, with the improved model capable of full-auto firing, with a stationary 10- or 20-round feed system, which was sold in large quantities to the Far East.
Mauser then started to produce their own full-auto model of the C96 in 1932, naming it
Specifications[edit | edit source]
NOTE: Even when not counting the different barrel lengths, the number of variants (sisters) of this weapon still resides in the double-digits, which prompts us to only list the specifications of the commonly seen ones.
- Main calibers:7.63mm/9mm/11.43mm/8.15mm(In small numbers
- Muzzle velocity, m/s: 425(7.63mm w/ 132mm barrel)/427(7.63mm w/ 140mm barrel)
- Barrel length, mm:99/132/140/160/180(Spanish copy)/254(German cavalry version)
- Practical rate of fire:40-120 rpm
- Magazine capacity:6/8/10/15/20/24/30/40(the 15- and 24-round ones are rare, with the 30- and 40-round ones for the C96/M1917 carbine. The 6- and 8-round magazines are extremely rare, and is not compatible with regular C96s.)
- Feed system: Fixed, stripper clip (All 6- and 8-round magazines, some 10- and 20-round ones)/Detachable magazine (All 15-, 24-, 30-, 40-round magazines, some 10- and 20-round ones)
- Sights: Flip-up "L-shaped" notch ("Red 9", model 1920)
- Calibrated range: 50-500m (Red 9), 100-1000m
- Effective range: 70m (without stock), 150m (with stock), 200m (with stock and long barrel)
Course of development[edit | edit source]
The C96 was criticized in Germany as well as in Europe, as it had a frame too large and too expensive for a pistol, with insufficient firepower and controllability for use as a submachinegun. It was nicknamed "Broomhandle" in the western world, but was well-used on the other side of Eurasia. It was said that the European got surprised by the way the Chinese uses the C96, calling it "the true way of using the Mauser". Though not as effective as other pistols then, its look made it the service pistol of Chinese officers.
The German Army purchased 15,000 9x19mm C96s from Mauser, with an unofficial name of M1916. But only 137,000 were made before the war ended. It was intended to pair with the original service pistol, the Luger P08. To avoid using 7.63mm rounds, this variant of C96 had a red number 9 engraved on its wooden grip, earning it the nickname "Red 9".
China was in a civil war during the early years of the 20th century, with a high demand on weaponry. The then-western-power-controlled trade almost entirely banned firearms, but pistols, for personal defense purposes was not affected. In light of this, the full-auto-capable C96 capable of being used as submachineguns caught Chinese attention, and started to flow into China via two pathways: One is by selling to Japanese weapon companies by European companies, and then selling it to China, which was no longer used after the Sino-Japanese war broke out; While the other is to have the weapon directly sold to China via the traders in Shanghai. And then it's by capturing. (With no guns or cannons, the enemy makes them for us~) A last way was the lunatic replication by Chinese factories. 11 armories, namely Hanyang, Qingdao, Taiyuan, Shenyang, Dagu, Changsha, etc. started their own replication process, with countless smaller armories owned by local warlords doing the same, producing a vast number of Mauser pistols. It became the first candidate for the service pistols of officers, with the Chinese Red Army and the Eighth Route Army choosing it as well. The first shot fired as a signal for the Nanchang uprising was from a C96 by Commander Zhu De. It is also used in large quantities during the Sino-Japanese War.
Years later, in 1980, the Chinese took inspiration from the function of the Mauser C96 as well as its outline, and produced their first indigenous full-auto pistol, the Type 80 which doesn't really have too much use in the 1980s, and is just simply a legacy project.
|Some nicknames for the C96 in China, reflecting the number of variants|
Variations[edit | edit source]
The Versailles pact signed by Germany in 1919 restricted the caliber and the barrel length of pistols. To comply with this, the post-war German government cut all Red 9's barrel to only 4 inches, and renamed them M1920. Mauser then commercially sold "pact-compliant" C96s, with a smaller grip than that of the Red 9, a 3.9-inch (99mm) barrel, modified for using 7.63x25mm rounds. An experimental model firing 8.15x25.2mm rounds was developed to replace the 9x19 and 9x25mm versions, but it was not introduced.
During the Chinese civil war, Yan Xishan, Governor of Shanxi province, built an armory in Taiyuan, to manufacture .45 ACP-firing Thompson submachineguns for his troops. However, the 7.63mm caliber of their C96s made logistics difficult, prompting him to produce a .45 ACP version of the C96, to simplify logistics. This model was named "Type 17" in 1929 at the Taiyuan armory, with "
In-game stats[edit | edit source]
|Nationality: German Empire20px||Type:Handgun|
|CV：板谷彩香(Itaya Ayaka)||Illustrator: 林檎愛す|
|Health (S)||42 → 83||Damage (A)||12 → 29|
|Dodge (B)||9 → 61||Accuracy (B)||6 → 41|
|Movement speed (B)||15 → 15||Rate of fire (A)||44 → 62|
|146 → 2522|
|Ammo||10 → 30||Rations||10 → 30|
|Flare|| Launches a flare that raises all friendly units' accuracy by 55% (100%） and lasts for 8 (15) seconds. |
Initial cooldown at 2 seconds with an interval of 20 (16) seconds.
Keypads 1 6 7
|Effect|| Affects all T-dolls|
Raises accuracy by 32% (64%) and dodge by 15% (30%).
- The buff effect of handguns will be improved when they undergo dummy expansions.
- Data in parentheses ("()") is the maximum possible value of the stat.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
Gameplay performance[edit | edit source]
As the most-produced 3-star HG and with high drop rates found on numerous leveling maps, she has become a well-known core supplier in-universe.
Basically core +1 on sight.But she was proven very capable during Operation Cube. But went off the grid after that, and kept on working in cafes.
The very box[edit | edit source]
As one of the few
Boxy boxy box~
Production rate[edit | edit source]
She has a very weird production rate, with a number of
Voicelines[edit | edit source]
|Upon login|| ねぇねぇ、何してたのですか?
Yo, yo, what did you do there?
So you are my commander now, right?
Are my clothes cute?
Did you see, my navel? Ehehe.
Uhm... Pretty hot here... Might just take it off......
|Echelon formation|| わたしの出番ですね、よし！
It's my turn, yeah!
|Mission start|| よし、頑張りましょうね。
Ok! Work hard now!
|Battle start|| 敵です、敵！。
It's the enemy! ENEMY!!!
It hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts, hold on-what are you doing!
Ahh, just rest, rest. Should I go and buy some new clothes...? But that wastes the cloth... Hmm...
|Winning battle as MVP|| いっぱい汗かいたー脱いじゃおうっと
Had so much sweat-just take the clothes off.
|Beginning logistic support|| 行くよ、行くよ、行きますよーだ。外はちょっと寒いです、まったくもう…
Will do, will do, I'm setting off now. It's just... a bit cold out there, my......
Came back all well!
|Production completion|| 製造完了ですよ、チェックしてくださいね。
Production finished, remember to check it out.
There's one more "me"!Great great!Let's have a good cooperation!
Uhh--!It's here here here here hereherehereherehere--!
|Skill activation|| 撃て、撃て、撃て、撃て、撃て、撃て、撃て、撃て、撃て、撃て、撃てえええ！
Hit it hit it hit it hit it hit it hit it hit it hit it hit it hit it---!
It's your day to die today!
I'm not letting anyone escape even if heaven collapses!
|Oath link establishment|| えええ、どうしてどうして？賢いから？かわいいから？由緒正しいから？
Ehh....?Why me why me?
Because I'm smart, hardworking, cute and nice-looking, or is it because of my wonderful history... or...well,
Let me just stay by your side, and take my time to guess?