The Karabiner 43, or K43, was a rifle produced for the German Wehrmacht during World War II.

The K43 was created due to a demand of a carbine weapon, and entered production in 1944. It was designed using the Gewehr 43 as a model, but ended up only 50mm shorter.

Like it's model, it was a preferred and deadly sniper weapon when fitted with Zielfernrohr 43 (sniper-scope), with a 4x zoom.

Specs:
Caliber: 7.92x57mm GPtr.
Clip: 10.
Rate of Fire: 30 Rounds per Minute.
Action: Semi-Automatic, Gas Operated.

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