Interesting obscure Croatian submachine Gun

Steve Johnson
by Steve Johnson

Razvodnik posted this on MP.net:

It was build by J. Barbarić in 1944, in the small village of Čelebić, Livno. Some 100km east of Split Croatia. One piece is displayed in Belgrade Army Museum

I like the lines on this subgun.

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  • Aodh Aodh on Mar 02, 2009

    I would hazard a guess that perhaps the two triggers indicate a double action feature, as in pulling the rear trigger might perhaps make the front one a more reactive "hair trigger"?

  • Tony Tony on Sep 28, 2012

    Good on him for making this. In my opinion, he had this to protect himself against lowlifes/resistance fighter weapon. Long live the veterans.

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