Germany’s oldest gunmaker, J. P. Sauer & Sohn, has released four rifles in the hot caliber.
Both were born of the Second World War and many went muzzle to muzzle on the battlefield—so which comes out on top?
The StG44 was in police custody for almost 10 years.
Find out how a young solider from Ohio discovered what began as a German rifle issued at the end of WWII hidden in a cave in Southeast Asia.
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