Aperture of entry (Mauser), just external to the centre of the right eyebrow; exit, above the centre of the right zygoma.
With these words I threw my rifle and my Mauser into the stream.
Was there any conversation you heard that this rifle was a Mauser?
I took my Mauser and also hid in the cuff of my coat my cyanide of potassium.
I never happened to see an instance of retention of either a Mauser or Lee-Metford bullet in an articulation.
I wonder where Mauser could have been with her kittens last night!
Vengefully now the “Krags” opened in reply to Remington and Mauser.
The mossback cannot win, because he prefers a flintlock to a Mauser.
Entry (Mauser), at dimple of chin immediately below mandibular symphysis.
The wax employed for the Mauser bullets was not originally green.
1880, German army rifle, introduced 1871, invented by brothers Peter Paul (1838-1914) and Wilhelm (1834-1882) Mauser.