MeadowThe Germans did use Polish AT Rifles, you are correct. They also used the semi-automatic Solohurn Dutch AT Rifle, 20mm rounds, 1km range... Probably best non-Soviet AT rifle ever built.
Solothurn was Swiss..
SputtyThat's because it sways. You should be prone when firing it.
And the bullet has an arch, I think.
D-fenceSolothurn was Swiss..
Please inform me of any German versus Swiss conflicts in WWII.
I said Dutch because they nicked it from the Dutch army.
MeadowPlease inform me of any German versus Swiss conflicts in WWII. I said Dutch because they nicked it from the Dutch army.
¨ What you said was that it was dutch, wich it isn't.:rolleyes:
D-fence¨ What you said was that it was dutch, wich it isn't.:rolleyes:
D-fence is right there, check this site: http://ankkurinvarsi.com/jaeger/AT_RIFLES2.htm
I said it was Dutch because I assumed it was Dutch because it was stolen from the Dutch army.
Is that so wrong?
Nope, we're just here to correct any mistakes :).
In all the shots I've taken with the AT rifle, I've damaged a couple of panzerIIs, killed one unlucky infantry guy, and scared the hell out of several other infantry.
Overall the AT rifle is pretty crap, but I just can't resist using it...