May 1953

Buffalo Guns: Part Ii

Volume 36, Issue 5

Anne H Garbus


FEW HISTORICAL DETAILS on the development of the one-man, anti-tank gun in Russia before 1940 are available. The late-1939 winter war between Finland and the Soviet Union disclosed a good deal about the USSR's equipment, but the extent to which the Russians depended on their 1939 12.7-mm. AT rifle remained unknown.

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