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45-caliber pistol, but because of their smaller caliber they have less shock power. (For the principal characteristics of Luger and Walther pistols, see fig. 15, p. ) 17. SUBMACHINE GUNS The 9-mm submachine gun (Maschinenpistole) is widely used in the German Army, especially by armored-vehicle and parachute troops. In the infantry it is carried by squad and platoon leaders. P. 40) (see figs. 16, p. 34, and 17, p. 35), which are, for all practical purposes, substantially similar. -Luger pistol (Pistole 08) and magazine.
Yards laterally; . 50to-60 yards latelly; 8 to 10 yards to front 20 to 23 yards to front; 6 to 7 yards to rear 12,320 pounds 12,320 pounds Method of transport Horse-drawn or motorised (sometimes on self-propelled mount) Horse-drawn or motorised - Horse-drawn or motorized (sometimes on self-propelled mount) Elevation 720 mils 800 mils 800 mils Depression___........... 115 mils 27 mils 27 mils Traverse 995 mile 1,065 mils 1,065 mils This . weapon is in the lightbattalion,which is often used in support of an infantry regiment.
They fire highexplosive, smoke, or chemical projectiles weighing. up to 19 pounds at ranges up to 6,780 yards. Rockets may be fired from barrels, from simple, inclined steel racks, and from vehicles. Common weapons include the 1,200-pound, easily-manhandled 150-mm sixbarreled projector (15 cm Nebelwerfer 41) (fig. 35); the ten-barreled 15 cm Panzerwerfer 42, which is mounted on an armored halftrack (fig. 36) and fires the same ammunition as the 15 cm Nebelwerfer 41; the 210-mm five-barreled projector (21 cm Nebelwerfer 42); and the 28/32 cm Nebelwerfer 41, which can fire either 280-mm or 320-mm rockets from each of its six racks, by using appropriate, removable liners.
Company officer's handbook of the German Army by United States. War Dept. Military Intelligence Division