|M30 Luftwaffe Drilling|
|Place of origin||Nazi Germany|
|Wars||World War II|
|Manufacturer||Sauer & Sohn|
|Cartridge||9.3x74mmR, 12 Gauge|
|Action||Blitz lock system|
|Feed system||Manually loaded|
The M30 Luftwaffe drilling ("triple") was a survival weapon issued to Luftwaffe pilots during World War II. It was intended to be used in the event that a pilot was shot down, for defense and for hunting game to stay alive until rescue.
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References[edit | edit source]
- Kokalis, Peter (May 10, 2009). "Luftwaffe Drilling". Shotgun News. pp. 26–30. http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Luftwaffe+drilling:+world's+most+expensive+survival+arm.-a0199793903.
- Fjestad, S.P. (2009). Blue Book of Gun Values 2009. Blue Book Publications. p. 1318. ISBN 1-886768-87-0.
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- Sauer & Sohn M30 Drilling (Brazilian web site, with photos)
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