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Mauser C96


Weapon Class


Magazine Size

8 rounds
(50 when Pack-a-Punched)

Starting Ammunition


Maximum Ammunition

(50+100 when Pack-a-Punched)

Rate of Fire

625 RPM





Fire Mode


Used by

Original Characters (young)

HUD icon

Mauser C96 side view BOII

The Mauser C96 is the starting pistol in the Zombies map Origins, included with the Apocalypse downloadable content for Call of Duty: Black Ops II and the Zombies Chronicles downloadable content for Call of Duty: Black Ops III.

Zombies Edit

The Mauser C96 performs nearly identically to the M1911. It has very weak damage, taking multiple bullets to kill a single zombie even on the first rounds, medium firecap, a magazine of eight rounds and slight recoil.

When Pack-a-Punched via the Pack-a-Punch Machine, it becomes the Boomhilda. It fires laser bolts with extremely high damage, and it gains an increased magazine, an ACOG Scope and a Suppressor. The Boomhilda is an extremely powerful weapon with a 50 round magazine. Despite its power and the magazine capacity, however, ammunition concerns do arise, as the player only has two extra magazines, making the total starting ammunition a measly 150 bullets. The Boomhilda is a strong weapon in its own right, but is often overlooked compared to weapons such as the staffs and other weapons on the map, such as the KSG, the M1927, and the MG08/15, because the player can only receive the Mauser through digging, keeping it when starting the game, or respawning after death.

The Mauser C96 makes a brief appearance in the The Giant poster being held in a dual-wield manner by Edward Richtofen.

Mauser C96 vs Boomhilda Edit

Mauser C96 Boomhilda
Mauser C96 BOII Boomhilda Origins BOII
Damage 20 1000
Fire mode Semi-automatic Semi-automatic
Rate of fire 625 RPM 600 RPM
Magazine size 8 50
Max ammo 80+8 100+50
Mobility High High
Extras Much higher magazine capacity, more ammo, higher damage, gains an ACOG Sight and a Suppressor, fires laser beams.

Attachments Edit

Gallery Edit

For the attachments gallery, see Mauser C96/Attachments.


  • "Boomhilda" is a reference to the Germanic mythological story of Brynhildr. However, it may also be a reference to the Mauser C96's nickname "broomhandle".
  • It is possible to carry a Boomhilda, and a Mauser that has been dug up. However when the second Mauser is Pack-a-Punched, the Boomhilda carried by the player will only receive more ammo, and the player loses their secondary weapon.
  • The Boomhilda will always use the empty reload animation in Black Ops II. This has been fixed in Black Ops III.

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