The German military used a lot of different small-caliber pistols during World War One, and the Jager is one of the most interesting of them. Its unique design was the result of needing to build pistols for the war effort on machines and tooling that were not suited for pistol production. The answer? Replace the single milled frame with a combination of simpler parts that would be pinned and screwed together into a frame equivalent. Quite ingenious.
Now, I have don a previous video on the Jager, and Othais & Mae at C&Rsenal recently published an outstanding video covering the pistol's history. What neither of those videos covered, though, was the actual reassembly process. It's tricky and frustrating, so I figured with a nice Jager on hand I should document that process.
Category: Firearm Reviews Uploaded: 06/13/2016