What did the Japanese call the P 38?

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What did the Japanese call the P 38?

M1 Garand
M1 Garand. One of the most notable rifles used during World War II, the M1 Garand was favored by soldiers and Marines across the military. As a semi-automatic rifle firing a . 30 caliber cartridge, it was useful in a wide variety of military applications.

Q. Is a Walther P38 a good gun?

Tough and raw-boned, it doesn’t lure you to it with a perfect single-action trigger release. But out in the mud and dirt-soaked world of wartime combat, it certainly earned its place as one of the great pistols of our time.

Q. What was the best ww2 pistol?

Best Pistol (tie): German Luger PO8 and American FN Browning GP-35. Both the Luger and the Browning “Hi-Power” shot 9mm rounds. While the Luger was very sensitive to dust and dirt, and had to be carried in a fully covered holster, the Germans didn’t make a fuss over it.

Q. How much is a German 9MM worth?

Recently Sold LUGER P 08 pistol

$980.00OTHER MODEL 9MM LUGER GERMAN P08 Austin, TX 78758Used

Q. When did they stop making the Walther P38?

Walther P38
ManufacturerCarl Walther Waffenfabrik, Mauser Werke, Spreewerk
Unit cost30 (32) RM (1943) equivalent to €120 in 2017
ProducedWalther P38 1939–1945 Pistole P1 1957–2000

the fork-tailed devil
The nicknames. They once called the plane the fork-tailed devil, while the Japanese dubbed them, two planes, one pilot.

Q. What was the most used gun in ww2?

Q. What was the most powerful weapon in WW2?

240 mm howitzer
The 240 mm howitzer was the most powerful weapon deployed by US field artillery units during World War II, able to fire a 360 lb (160 kg) high explosive projectile 25,225 yards (23,066 m).

Q. What is the value of a ww2 German Luger worth?

I’ve seen these for sale at gun shows for as much as $20,000. (Of course, how many people are actually willing to pay that much is another matter). Other models in decent (but not mint) condition usually run from about $1,500 to $5,000. You can learn a lot there.

Q. How many Walther P38 pistols were made during WWII?

Pistols were produced in blocks of 10,000 consecutively numbered pistols, with each block having a consecutive letter suffix, to conceal production volume. 1,277,680 P.38s were produced during WWII: 617,585 by Walther in Zella-Mehlis; 372.875 by Mauser in Oberndorf; 287,220 by Spreewerk Grottau.

Q. What was the cost of a p38 in 1944?

Although a very capable sidearm, the P.08 was extremely expensive and time consuming to produce. In 1944 the cost of one complete P38 was $14.08, while the cost of one complete P08 Luger was $19.80. German tank crews first carried the P38 during the Polish Blitzkrieg of 1939.

Q. What kind of gun is the Mauser p38?

“SVW45 Mauser P38 9mm caliber pistol. This is a Mauser code SVW45. With star on right side of the slide indicating French assembly and production after the French overran the Mauser factory. The …Click for more info ““Erwin Rommel” Commemorative P38 With beautiful engraving, gold inlays and fancy grips.

Q. How does the barrel move on a Walther P38?

The moving-barrel mechanism is actuated by a wedge-shaped falling locking block underneath the breech. When the pistol is fired, the barrel and slide recoil together, until the locking block drives down, disengaging the slide and arresting further rearward movement of the barrel.

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