StG 44

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The StG-44

The StG 44 (Sturmgewehr 44; Assault Rifle 44), known as the world's first assault rifle. Is a gun produced in Nazi Germany during the World War II, replacing the MP-40. Hitler first did not approve of this new class of weapons, so it was called MP-43 and MP-44, meaning Machine Pistol in English. The first service on the Eastern Front was successful, so more were manufactured.[1]

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  1. Mizokami, Kyle (2020-01-14). "Meet the StG-44: The First Assault Rifle Ever (And a Nazi Invention)". The National Interest. Retrieved 2021-07-28.