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Old 06-11-2012, 07:35 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by therewolf
Check out the SVT-38 and SVT-40. 7.62x54R semi-autos from

The SVT-40 is my favorite WW2 rifle
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Default self loaders.

Meunier A6 M1916 rifle
Fucile Automatique Model 1917 8mm Lebel
MAS 44 7.5mm
MAS 49 7.5mm
MAS49/56 7.5mm and .308 moded
Mondragon self-loading rifle (Mexico / Switzerland)

Pedersen T1 rifle

Fucile Armagerra Model 39 6.5 & 7.35mm
Italian Scotti X 6.5mm
Breda M1935 PG rifle

British Farquhar-Hill .303

BRNO model ZH.29 8mm mauser

Ljungman AG-42 / AG-42B self-loading rifle (Sweden)

VZ 52 semi-automatic rifle (Czechoslovakia) 7.62x45 Czeh
VZ.52/57 semi-automatic rifle (Czechoslovakia) 7.62x39

Rasheed / Rashid rifle (Egypt)
Hakim rifle (Egypt)

Madsen light automatic rifle LAR M/62 (Denmark)

Madsen-Rasmussen M1896 self loader 8mm Danish
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