What was the most mass produced sub machine gun of the war? -1 reply

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Artie Bucco

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#1 15 years ago

Was it the Sten or PPsh 41?




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#2 15 years ago
Originally posted by Artie Bucco Was it the Sten or PPsh 41?

i read somewere that the sten was realy cheap to make but i dont remeber how much ;) i think it was something like 2£....




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#3 15 years ago

6.50 damn i cant do the pound sign.




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#4 15 years ago
Originally posted by Artie Bucco 6.50 damn i cant do the pound sign.

6.50£ :p (:lol: )




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#5 15 years ago

I think i remeber it being the sten but the russians made a crap load of everything...

O well either way it doesnt matter...

mp 40 ownz j00:naughty:




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#6 15 years ago

Well the MP40 was a good but not a great submachinegun. I think it had a rate of fire of 500 while a thompson had 600 anda Ppsh had an amazing 900 (that's 100 more than the MG34!)




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#7 15 years ago

Its about bullet placement not volume.




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#8 15 years ago

Actually the number of bullets you manage to spray at your enemy can decide who wins in close combat.




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#9 15 years ago

Also power i read that an Australian soldier got shot 29 times with a PPsh 41 and lived. He got 2 the head but the rest got no vital organs his fellow soldiers said that his only porblem was he was heavy to carry back home. :naughty:

That was in the Korean War BTW.




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#10 15 years ago

I remember reading and hearing alot about how U.S. soldiers would often drop their Thompsons in favor of the MP40. As far as BF goes, I can't blame 'em.