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338lapua wrote:My research in the last couple days showed me that only 2 Lahti L-39 anti-tank rifles made it into action during the Winter War, but many more were available for the Continuation War.
Do any of you know if there is a record anywhere, (maybe in a Finnish War Museum) of how many tank kills were made this gun? I would suspect it would be limited to like the Soviet T26 tank....or lesser vehicles, because of its 20mm caliber.
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