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MAS 38: France’s First Submachine Gun
As part of France’s post-WWI modernization program, R&D was carried out for every small arm, including submachine guns. However, despite their effectiveness and eventual universal acceptance by WWII, the French did not give priority to developing a submachine gun, as they did not recognize its tactical value. Testing carried out in the mid-1930s resulted in the selection of a design from St Etienne, with the design accepted in 1938 and designated MAS 38. Production began in 1939 but less than 1,000 were built by June 1940. Production continued under German occupation, with 20,000 to 30,000 built, designated MP722(f). The Germans supplied it to their forces and Vichy French forces. French production continued after the country was liberated in 1944 and stopped in 1951, by which time 203,000 were made. Weighing in at 6.3 lb (2.9 kg) unloaded, the MAS is chambered in 7.65 Longue (88 grain (5.7 g) round at 1,148 ft/s (350 m/s)), firing from a 32-round magazine. Barrel length is 8.8 in (22.4 cm) and overall length is 24.5 in (62.3 cm), a very compact and light weapon. The sights (offset slightly to the left) are a pair of rear aperture sights, one for 100 m (110 yd) and the other for 200 m (220 yd), and a thick front post with a small notch for more precise shooting. The safety is unusual (but effective) in that it is the trigger itself: when flipped up, it locks the bolt forward and rearward (depending on the bolt’s position). The MAS’s distinct angled appearance was so the stock could be lower and thus the sights could be lower and easier to use. The bolt is also angled as a result, at about 6 degrees. Two dust covers, one for the magazine port and the other for the ejection port, are standard. Operation is as follows: the user loads a magazine and charges the bolt. The trigger is depressed, releasing the bolt and sending it forward under spring pressure. It picks up and chambers and fires a round. The force of firing produces an opposite and equal rearward force on the bolt. Continued below! 👇