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M30 Luftwaffe drilling


M30 Luftwaffe drilling

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M30 Luftwaffe stamp

M30 Luftwaffe drilling, with aux. case

M30 Luftwaffe drilling
("triple") was a survival weapon issued to Luftwaffe pilots during World War II. In the event that a pilot was shot down it was intended to be used for defense and for hunting game to stay alive until rescue.

For maximum versatility the M30 featured two 12 gauge shotgun barrels, and a 9.3x74mmR rifle barrel. They were manufactured by the German firm JP Sauer.

Used by
- Nazi Germany

Wars
- World War II

Luftwaffe Drilling and US M6 Survival Rifle

Weapontype:
Combination rifle/shotgun

Manufacturer:
J. P. Sauer und Sohn GmbH

Operation:
Blitz lock system

Cartridge:
9.3x74mmR, 12 Gauge

Weight:
7.5 pounds (3,401 gr)

Length:
42" (107 cm)

Barrel:
25.625" (65 cm)

Feed system:
Manually loaded

In Production:
1941–1942

Sights:
Fixed (flip out rifle sight)

 

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