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Lahti L-35
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babehunter1324
babehunter1324

Never heared of this gun. Is it going to be the standard pistol for the Finnish Army or only in certain kits.

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AubeSangante
AubeSangante

Finish version of the Luger.

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Metaltooth
Metaltooth

It has a luger vibe going for it

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TheRealDeath
TheRealDeath

Looks like amix between P08 and P38 :D

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george76
george76

Another nice addition to the Finnish army. I wish there were more World War 2 games that featured the minor nations of WWII.

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Caesarchef
Caesarchef

I read "Lahti" and I was expecting the 20mm rifle.

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In the 1920s the Finnish Army were working to replace the multitude of older weapon designs in use and move towards domestically produced weapons. in 1929 Aimo Lahti received a request to design a new pistol to be tested against the existing Lugers.

While externally similar looking to the Luger, Lahti's design was internally very different. Although a strong and sturdy looking design, it was not completely capable of handling the hotly loaded 9 mm ammunition intended for the Suomi submachinegun, which would over time crack the pistol's slide.

Several thousand L-35 pistols were delivered to the Finnish Army before the end of the War, never managing to replace the Luger. Our Lahti was made by Seth Soldier.

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