Room restrict limitpistolMauser C96 is a pistol in Counter-Strike Online.


This is a pistol originated from the German Empire fed with 10 rounds of 9mm. Various versions of it were made since the past 100 years. It was firstly introduced in 1896 and later involved in many wars including both World War I and World War II.


  • Cheap for a pistol
  • Moderate accuracy
  • Very low recoil
  • High rate of fire
  • Doesn't affect player movement speed
  • Can be fired in full-auto mode


  • Low damage
  • Small magazine size
  • Quite inaccurate if fired continuously 
  • Obtainable via limited time events only

Release date

This weapon was released alongside World War II Weapons Event on:

  • South Korea: 21 August 2014.
  • China/Japan: 3 September 2014.
  • Taiwan/Hong Kong: 16 September 2014.
  • Indonesia: 29 July 2015.

This weapon was released through Craft system on:

  • CSN:Z: 26 February 2015.
  • Vietnam: 26 March 2015.

Comparison to Luger P08


  • Cheaper (-$100)
  • Higher accuracy (+9%)
  • Lower recoil (-29%)
  • Higher rate of fire (+6%)
  • Higher magazine size (+2)
  • Can be fired in full-auto mode
  • Lower damage (-12)
  • Available in limited time only
  • Cannot be enhanced



  • SAS: Seen in posters.
  • SEAL: Seen in posters.


Mauser96 boltpull

Pulling the bolt

Mauser96 empty boltpull

Ditto, empty

Mauser96 clipin

Inserting new magazine

Mauser96 clipout

Taking out old magazine

Mauser96 draw

Drawing sound


Shooting sound

CSO Korea - Mauser C96 Weapon Gameplay 2014 08 23

CSO Korea - Mauser C96 Weapon Gameplay 2014 08 23

Counter-Strike Online - World War II Weapons - China Official Trailer-1

Counter-Strike Online - World War II Weapons - China Official Trailer-1


  • The model in game is actually the M712 Schnellfeuer variant which has the select fire function and the box magazine. However, the box magazine featured in-game is smaller than what it can actually hold.
  • Mauser C96 comes with reload animations for both empty and wet reload, making it the first pistol to have alternate reload animations. The same goes to M1911 A1.

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