In the course of the fighting the Finns acquired so many bolt action Mosin-Nagant M1891 rifles to make it their infantry mainstay throughout World War II. They also acquired some German-supplied Bergmann M/20 SMGs, which were purchased as a supplement to its armed forces from 1922 on.
What gun does Finland use?
|7.62 RK 95 TP||Finland||Assault rifle|
|7.62 RK 72 7.62 RK 72 TP||East Germany||Assault rifle|
Why does Finland use aks?
The Finnish Mosins for example are considered the finest of the lot and most accurate and were used against the Russians with great effect. After WW2 Finland and Russian relations were actually not that bad, so they borrowed the ak47 designs for the Valmet Rk60 and 62.”
What tanks did Finland use?
The Red Army started the campaign with over 2,500 tanks of various types. Finland, for comparison, only had 32 obsolete Renault FT’s, 26 Vickers 6 ton tanks (all without any weapons) and two training tanks, a Vickers-Carden-Loyd Model 1933, and a Vickers-Carden-Loyd Mk VI*.
What is the most unreliable gun?
13 of the Biggest Gun Fails in Recent Firearm History
- Liberator Pistol/Shotgun Concept. …
- Villar Perosa. …
- Colt Revolving Rifle. …
- Cochran Turret Gun. …
- Porter Turret. …
- Japanese M1 Garand. …
- Japanese Type 94 Nambu Pistol. …
- Chauchat Machine Gun.
What is the weakest gun ever?
|2mm Kolibri cartridge dimensions|
|Place of origin||Austria-Hungary|
Which country has the best weapons in WW2?
The PPSh-41, or Shpagin Machine Pistol, was the Soviet Union’s sub-machine gun of choice for World War II and over the many years that followed it. Made mostly of stamped sheet metal and wood, Russian factories were at times producing up to 3,000 of these weapons each – every single day.