Ggewehr 41W

The Gewehr 41W, or G41W, was a German semi-automatic rifle produced by Walther. It was a variant of the Gewehr 41, with some design modifications intended to address the original model’s reliability issues. However, despite these improvements, the G41W still faced production challenges and was not widely deployed during World War II.

Ggewehr 41

The Gewehr 41, or G41, was a German semi-automatic rifle introduced in 1941. Designed by Walther, the G41 was intended to replace the Kar98k, but production issues and design flaws led to its limited deployment. Despite its potential, the G41 proved unreliable and was subsequently replaced by the more successful Gewehr 43.