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Old 05-22-2019, 04:39 PM   #1
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I am quite sure this is not the German clip but since I have no idea where is it from I am posting my question here. I have a Mauser clip (steel) with a marking like a letter T in a triangle. Would anybody have an idea what country is it from?
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Old 05-24-2019, 01:15 PM   #2
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Hi,
I am quite sure this is not the German clip but since I have no idea where is it from I am posting my question here. I have a Mauser clip (steel) with a marking like a letter T in a triangle. Would anybody have an idea what country is it from?
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I believe it could be a Spanish mauser clip with a T...but in a circle, not a triangle


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Hi,
Thank you for replying. I posted this question on several forums and no response, Only you, Thanks!!
I believe the Spanish were the T in oval but this one is a triangle. I cannot post pics but will try to add a link to images shortly.
This clip is on Polish 7.92 ammo so it is possibly for Spanish Civil War but I am trying to get some more experienced collectors opinion.
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You are right, the Spanish ones have the "T" in an oval, not a circle. If Spanish, the "T" would stand for Toledo factory but I have never seen one in a triangle.

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Hey Marek,

How about the Finnish Tikkakoski factory. I have found they used a "T" in a trinagle as a logo.

https://www.forgottenweapons.com/fin...-maxim-manual/

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