Karabiner 98k

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"Karabiner 98k"
Type Rifle
Origin Nazi Germany
Used by Nazi Germany

Karabiner 98k is a German rifle in Post Scriptum. It can hold 5 rounds in a clip and is quite effective at all ranges. It is the main rifle of the Wehrmacht

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The 'Karabiner 98 Kurz' also known as the "Kar98k" and "K98k", was the standard service rifle of the German army during World War 2. The Kar98k fires the 7.92x57mm Mauser cartridge, which was the standard use cartridge for many of the standard issue weapons in the German Wehrmacht. The Kar98k can be used with a stripper clip or with singular bullets for long range marksman with scopes who could not use the stripper clip. The firearm has a five round internal magazine and its effective fire range is about 500 meters. The Kar98k was used in all branches of the Wehrmacht during World War 2 due to its reliability and high power.