The shocking truth of Nazi death belts

Nazi Germany is famous for inventing many strange and strange weapons to scare the enemy and suffer great losses. Among them was a micro gun inside the waist invented by Louis Marquis.

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The micro gun inside the waist is considered a rare and unique weapon of the Nazis. It is also known as SS-Waffenakademie Koppelschloßpistole or waistband gun.

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This invention was invented by Louis Marquis and has 2 different versions.

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In it, a version has a 4-barrel design and uses 5.6 mm bullets.The remaining SS-Waffenakademie Koppelschloßpistole design has 2 gun barrels and uses 7.65 mm bullets.

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This special type of Nazi gun has a special firing mechanism inside.Specifically, this weapon is designed to fire right after opening the waistband.

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SS-Waffenakademie Koppelschloßpistole is also designed to fire with a wire when the user raises his or her hand to surrender.

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Then, the rope will be stretched and the gun will be exploited.As a result, the opposite person will be hit.

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This special gun invention was expected by the Nazis to equip SS and Gestapo forces for them to perform secret missions.

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Therefore, the Nazis produced a prototype of two versions of SS-Waffenakademie Koppelschloßpistole in 1943 - 1944.

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However, experts found no evidence that the weapon was widely produced by Nazi soldiers and equipped for practical use by soldiers.

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Prior to this, some speculated that the small weapon in the air could be manufactured and used because it worked inefficiently when parts could malfunction and could not fire.

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