József Tibor Fejes, a young Hungarian identified by C. J. Chivers in The Gun as ‘the first known insurgent to carry an AK-47.’, ‘Fejes obtained his prize after Soviet soldiers dropped their rifles during their attack on revolutionaries in Budapest in 1956…. The Hungarian Revolution marked the AK-47’s true battlefield debut.’
A Hungarian soldier with an AT rifle, eastern front 1941/42.
na, ha valami, akkor ez gecimenő, gyerekek.
Solothurn S18-100 Anti tank rifle.
These big guns were the hybrid of Anti-Tank and Anti-Aircraft ingenuity, firing 20mm anti-tank rounds, when the round penetrated the armor of the tank, it would release a handful of tungsten balls into the interior of the tank like a shotgun. Killing anyone inside.