Sturmgewehr44

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A Sturmgewehr44 in use by the Lebanese armed forces.

The Sturmgewehr44 (StG44) was a weapon developed by Nazi Germany in WWII. It combined the best parts of a rifle and a machine gun. The rifle combined both semi and fully automatic modes. The rifle was a major inspiration to Mikhail Kalashnikov when he designed the AK-47.[1]

References

  1. Maschinenpistole 43 & Sturmgewehr 44 Assault Gun
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