Caliber: .50 BMG (converted from 20mm)
Capacity: 5-round magazines
Comments: This is a very rare and unique weapon that was put into service in during the Winter War (1939-1940) and the Continuation War (1941-1944). Initially used as an anti-tank rifle, armor became to thick by the time it was put into service so it's primary role became a sniping and anti-aircraft weapon. The Lahti-L39 weighs in at 109 pounds and over 7 feet long so it was no easy task using it in the field. Spare parts for the Lahti are almost non-existent but we will continue to offer this rare specimen for our guests to shoot as long as possible.