Mauser G11
Mauser G11
Country of origin




Year(s) designed


Weapon type

Assault rifle


4.75×21mm or 4.3×18.5mm

Magazine/Cylinder capacity

10-round internal helical-loading magazine

Cyclic rate

1500 rounds per minute (speculated) [1]

The G11 was an experimental assault rifle designed and manufactured by German firearms company Mauser.


The Mauser G11 was a project initiated during the 1960's. NATO trials proved the weapon to be unsatisfactory and the development of the G11 project was handed over to Heckler & Koch in the 1970s. The result was the Heckler & Koch G11.

Design DetailsEdit

The Mauser G11 is a bullpup rifle, which was fed through an internal, 10-round helical-loading magazine. Ammunition is loaded into the weapon through a port on the side by the use of stripper clips. It has a cyclic rate that is speculated to be around 1500 rounds per minute with a muzzle velocity of 1000 meters per second, also speculated.

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