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    Quote Originally Posted by warpig View Post
    I own 3 Mausers, and that it definitively what those are. The auto is an StG 44 sort of the great grandfather to the AK 47.





    So that's what that is. I saw a short segment of video with a German soldier carrying one of those in the Battle of The Bulge offensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba Dawg View Post


    So that's what that is. I saw a short segment of video with a German soldier carrying one of those in the Battle of The Bulge offensive.
    Cartridge 7.92x33mm Kurz
    Action Gas-operated, tilting bolt
    Rate of fire 500-600 rounds/min
    Muzzle velocity 685 m/s (2,247 ft/s)
    Effective range 300 m
    Feed system 30-round detachable box magazine
    Sights Adjustable sights, rear: V-notch; front: hooded post

    They had a tough time convincing Hitler to produce them.
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    [QUOTE=warpig;328743]Cartridge 7.92x33mm Kurz
    Action Gas-operated, tilting bolt
    Rate of fire 500-600 rounds/min
    Muzzle velocity 685 m/s (2,247 ft/s)
    Effective range 300 m
    Feed system 30-round detachable box magazine
    Sights Adjustable sights, rear: V-notch; front: hooded post

    They had a tough time convincing Hitler to produce them.[/QUOTE]

    The little corporal was such a military genius.

    Hard to imagine he didn't see an advantage for German troops in combat to have this weapon.
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    [QUOTE=Bubba Dawg;328745]
    Quote Originally Posted by warpig View Post
    Cartridge 7.92x33mm Kurz
    Action Gas-operated, tilting bolt
    Rate of fire 500-600 rounds/min
    Muzzle velocity 685 m/s (2,247 ft/s)
    Effective range 300 m
    Feed system 30-round detachable box magazine
    Sights Adjustable sights, rear: V-notch; front: hooded post

    They had a tough time convincing Hitler to produce them.[/QUOTE]

    The little corporal was such a military genius.

    Hard to imagine he didn't see an advantage for German troops in combat to have this weapon.
    He loved the Kar98, it was what he used in WWI
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    [QUOTE=warpig;328749]
    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba Dawg View Post

    He loved the Kar98, it was what he used in WWI
    Good rifle, but at the time the allies were armed with 03 Springfield and Enfields and such. All were also bolt actioned rifles.

    Guess he never ran into an American with a BAR.
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