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Today we are going to take a look at the three main battle rifles of World War Two – the M1 Garand, the SVT-40, and the Gewehr 43. We will also consider the SVT-38, Gewehr 41(W), and Gewehr 41(M). The United States, Soviet Union, and Germany were the three countries that fielded large numbers of semiautomatic full-power rifles in combat in WW2; how did they differ in their approaches to infantry firepower?
Gas Trap M1: https://www.weaponsandwar.tv/videos/julia-2016-10-gas-trap-m1
Gewehr 41(M): https://www.weaponsandwar.tv/videos/mauser-s-gewehr-41-m-semiauto-rifle
Gewehr 41(W): https://www.weaponsandwar.tv/videos/gewehr-41-walther
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