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|Magazine||6 rnds tubular||Weight||6.8 lbs.|
The Winchester 94 is an iconic and much-loved gun, but many people are not aware of the role it played in World War II.
|Pistol||Pistol m/40 “Lahti”||Manufacturer||Husqvarna Vapenfabriks|
|Action||Short Recoil||Barrel Length||4.2″|
|Magazine||8 rounds vertical||Weight||2.64 lbs|
Sweden’s delay to recognize the oncoming war sent them scrambling to their neighbor Finland for a sidearm. While they copied the best cold weather sidearm of the time, local production had a few issues to overcome.
|Rifle||Charlton Automatic Rifle||Manufacturer||Charlton’s Motor Workshop|
|Cartridge||.303 British||Overall Length||45.5″|
|Action||Long Stroke Gas Piston||Barrel Length||26″|
|Magazine||10 or 30 detachable box||Weight||16lbs|
Necessity is the mother of invention and New Zealand, far removed from the U.S. and British equipment sailing for Europe, had to get creative. Lacking BREN or even Lewis guns for home defense, they turned on their bolt actions to create one of the strangest LMGs we’ve seen.