Information for Fusil Stg 44 (Sturmgewehr 44), Alemania 1943 (2ª Guerra Mundial):
any historians consider the StG 44, developed by Germany in the Second World War, to be the first modern assault rifle. The non-firing replica of the same with Shoulder Sling is a realistic looking duplicate of the ground-breaking firearm. The ’StG’ in the rifle’s name stands for ’sturmgewehr’, which translates to ’storm rifle’. This replica impressively recreates the first assault rifle in stunning detail, as the replica possesses a wooden stock and solid metal construction, which gives the rifle a realistic look and feel, as well as a good. It also has an ejecting magazine and a functional trigger and bolt mechanism. Its realistic appearance is truly worth appreciation.
Materials used: zink cast metal
Overall length: 93cm