I’ll keep it short. We have this pistol. A Steyr-Hahn. Made in 9mm Steyr by the Austro-Hungarian Empire around 1912.
The Germans got a hold of it in the 1930’s, stamped a “08” on the side, and converted it to 9mm Luger. What we all think of today as regular 9mm ammo.
But I’ve been reticent to buy the original clips. Why? Because for the price they sell for, nobody could guarantee me they will hold and feed modern 9mm Luger ammo.
Welp! Now we know. They do. It works great. No more hand-feeding rounds into the Hahn.
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