STURMGEWEHR 44 – Germany Type : Semi or Fully Automatic Assault Rifle Caliber : 7.92 x 33 mm Muzzle Velocity : Approximately 2,133 feet per second Rate of Fire 500 rounds per minute. During the 2nd World War, in response to the Russian automatic weapons, the Germans came up with the revolutionary STURMGEWEHR 44. Its shorter 7.92 mm rounds allowed for enough automatic fire but it couldn’t play any significant role in the war due to its late introduction.
The Reising Submachine Gun Characteristics Weight– 6.5 pounds Maximum effective range– 300 yards Cyclic rate– 450 rounds per minutes Method of loading– 12 and 20 round magazine Ammunition– .45 ACP round Muzzle velocity– 900 feet per second The Reising SMG was an air-cooled, delayed blowback, magazine fed, shoulder weapon
No 3. LEE-ENFIELD SMLE – UK Type : Bolt-Action Rifle Caliber : 7.7 x 56 mm Muzzle Velocity : Approximately 2,438 feet per second Rate of Fire : 15-20 rounds per minute. The Lee-Enfield SMLE was the standard infantry weapon of British troops from World War I to the 1956 Suez crisis. The rifle was reliable, accurate and had a phenomenal rate of fire.