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The golden mauser is a highly recommended weapon -not for its performance, but for its extra credit killing bonus (this gun provides the "embarrassing" stat for kills). For every enemy you bring down with the mauser, you get bonus credits. This is particularly useful if you prefer the run and gun approach, as this pistol is as good as any weapon when taking down enemies on critical health levels. ~Raze2.net

Golden Mauser


An unusually weak pistol. Because getting killed by this pistol is so embarrassing, kills with the Mauser usually award bonus credits.




10% (est)





Rate of Fire



12 Shots x 10 Clips




650 (cheapest in game)


The Golden Mauser is a small gold gun which shoots gold bullets at the opponent. It is the weapon with the weakest power available and is not suited for any kind of battle due to its mediocre stats. This gun's special ability is the ability to grant +2 credits to any kill. However, awarding of 2 extra credits per kill is also available with the Point Allocator which awards 2 extra credits to ANY gun's kill. As better choices are available and the ability can be replicated for any gun, this gun is almost useless. However, to get the 'Embarrassing' kill bonus and unlock the '30 kill bonuses' achievement, one must use this gun to kill at least one opponent. Attempting to steal a kill or use a stronger weapon to weaken your foe before closing in for the kill with the game's weakest gun is a good idea. You can also go to alien campaign if unlocked and go onto any mission with J. Rockit in it, fire a rocket launcher at him, until his adrenaline boost activates. Once used, you can kill him with one shot from the golden mauser by firing.


This gun awards the "Embarrassing" award. The best way to earn this is combine this weapon with the Rapid Fire and/or Double Damage pickup.


  • Very cheap gun
  • Kills with this gun earn extra credits
  • Good for amateurs and 'Kill Steal' novices


  • Rate of fire is very week
  • Severely outclassed by every weapon
  • The worst thing to use in a deathmatch
  • Credit gain is minimal
  • Credit gain can be applied for other weapons using Point Allocator
  • Just out of sight-of-range
  • Does not 'pay itself
  • Close Range


In reality, the term Mauser comes from a German arms manufacturer of a line of bolt-action rifles and pistols from the 1870s to 1995. Mauser designs were built for the German armed forces. Since the late 19th and early 20th centuries, military Mauser designs were also exported and licensed to a number of countries, as well as being a popular civilian firearm. Due to the need of a special weapon in Raze 2, the creators created a variation of the Mauser weapons and named it the Golden Mauser for the inspiration. Whole the original Mauser was a very effective weapon, it's game counterpart does not live up to it's name, sadly.


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