Discussion in 'Quiz Me!' started by Obergrenadier Nicolas, Dec 17, 2010.
I would love a little info on that as I never knew it existed
Info from Wikipedia:
MP 40/II — experiment with two side by side 32-round magazines. The MP 40/II was tested in 1942. This version of the MP 40 has a two-magazine receiver that slides horizontally to use the additional magazine when the first becomes depleted. This design was intended to counter the superior firepower of the Russian PPSh-41, but made the weapon heavy and unbalanced in the field, and did not work well. However, by 1943 the Soviets shifted the production of PPSh-41 drums to 35 round magazines due to combat malfunctions.
How about this one?:
Nice PTRD-41 Russian anti-tank rifle!
Good, lets have another piece of an pic!
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What might this be? Is it a German Anti-Tank rifle?
In German use. Made in an other country.
No, Darren! But not so far away!
Solothurn S18 - 100
Solothurn S18-1000 Anti-Tank Rifle 2, Dutch.
Hmm, posted at the same time, who gets the prize?
Have another go as I don't have much knowladge of guns sorry
I googled it with the image on one side
Has that ever happened before maybe a first!
Hmm, Ulrich will have to decide.
Wow, thats funny stuff! How to deside? Both are correct and both posted in the same minute, hmmmm. Is it OK for you guys if i give it to Darren for the reason that he must have posted an tick earlier?
NEVER!!! Nah, just kidding, i was going to suggest it anyways since he hasn't posted anything in a while.
I'll give it a go
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Saint-Etienne Modele 1907