The Mauser WTP was a pocket pistol made by Mauser between 1921-1938 (after 1938 it was renamed WTP I). WTP is short for the German "Westen Taschen Pistole" that mean "Vest pocket pistol". Mauser WTP was chambered in 6.35mm / .25 ACP. In 1938 Mauser started production of the second model WTP II. Until 1940 there was produced more then 50,000 WTP I and WTP II. After the World War 2 a small number of Mauser WTP II was produced in France.
Note: WTP I and WTP II are also known as Model WTP 1 and Model WTP 2 but original Mauser destignation used roman numbers.
- Weight: 340 g (12 oz) (WTP I), 295 g (10.4 oz) (WTP II)
- Length: 115 mm (4.52 in) (WTP I), 102.5 mm (4 in) (WTP II)
- Caliber: .25 ACP (6.35x16mm)
- Action: Blowback-operated semi-automatic
- Feed system: detachable 6 round single stack magazine
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