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Metcalf EM-3
Country of origin

Great Britain

Year(s) designed

1945

Weapon type

Automatic rifle

Caliber

7.92x33mm Kurz

Action

Gas-operated

Weight

8lb

Magazine/Cylinder capacity

18 rounds

The Metcalf Experimental Model 3, shortened to EM-3, was a British automatic rifle designed at RSAF Enfield.

OverviewEdit

The Metcalf EM-3 was the third design in an experimental automatic rifle project at Enfield, along with the Korsak EM-1 and the Jesieranski EM-2. The Metcalf rifle was not successful, but it did serve as the basis for Stanley Thorpe's experimental EM-1 rifle.

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