Note too that the M1924b is described in two sections. They are also discussed under the Gew98 section. It seems they were being reworked at FOMU when the Nazis came. They looked over the installation, decided to concentrate efforts at Kragujevac and simply locked the gates and drove off. The Partizans naturally descended upon the place with delight. This is where they produced the Patizanka model mongrels. They also hauled off whatever they could before the German's came back, which they did blowing the place up. It is likely nobody will ever know the details of those rifles and parts counts.
See pages 133, 135, & 140-148.
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