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There were weapons that, for various reasons, were produced on a far smaller scale in WWII.
Sometimes in such small numbers that they were considered a rarity, unknown to the general public.
Here’s a list of the top five rare guns of World War Two that you may have never heard of:
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Bishop, Chris. The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Weapons of World War I: A Comprehensive Guide to Weapons Systems, Including Tanks, Small Arms, Warplanes, Artillery, Ships and Submarines. Amber Books, 2017.
Weeks, John S. World War II Small Arms. Chartwell Books, 1989.
Gander, Terry. Allied Infantry Weapons of World War Two. Crowood Press, 2000.
Hogg, Ian V., and John S. Weeks. Military Small Arms of the 20th Century. Krause Publications, 2000.
Skennerton, Ian D. Special Service Lee-Enfields … Commando & Auto Models: .45 De Lisle Commando Carbine, Charlton, Howell & Rieder Rifles and Howard Francis Carbine Notes & Illustrations. Ian D. Skennerton, 2001.
Rome, Robert (June 1984). “WWII Silent Killer Still Lives” (PDF). Gung Ho: 26–32