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AG-42B Ljungman



The AG-42 was the first semiauto rifle adopted by the Swedish army, as well as the first production rifle to use a direct gas impingement operating system. Today we're taking a closer look at the Ljungman - how it operates and how to disassemble it. Enjoy!

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Комментарии:

Автор Joshua Lansell-Kenny (12 дней)
Hey +Forgotten Weapons why is it so much easier to build a semi-automatic
pistol then a semi-automatic rifle? Thank you 

Автор Patrick Lundström (6 месяцев)
So there was nothing pushing the bolt? "Just" a puff of gas sent it flying?

Автор Skyliner04s (3 месяца)
No one? Really? OK, then I´ll go for it.
He said nipple, HIHI! :D

Автор F3udF1st (5 дней)
Haha everybody's wrong.. Side note, it's pronouced "yungman", not young,
not with a "j".

Автор LJVolkov21 (27 дней)
Very informative video. I knew next to nothing about this gun and I
certainly would love to try it now. Thanks a lot. :)

Автор Jason Thorpe (1 месяц)
I enjoy all of these segments! Please keep them up!

Автор Ben Graves (1 месяц)
Awesome rifle, great review sir.

Автор De Du (2 месяца)
Assault Teams were given AG-42b Ljungmans with 5 magazines fully loaded,
Assault Team Officer were given 4 magazines, a Pistol m/40 with 3
magazines. Officers were given 2 magazines and a Pistol m/40 with 4
magazines.

Автор marvin b (2 месяца)
really simple rifle. Seemed to be awesome :D

Автор Sergei Ivanovich Mosin (5 месяцев)
So rifle, how you say, "eats where it shits?"

Автор aaroncalgary (3 месяца)
you didn't shoot the gun. joof!

Автор Benderswe1 (4 месяца)
looks like GWh 43 to me

Автор James Bell (4 месяца)
Beautiful gun

Автор FacelessDeviant (10 месяцев)
The L in Ljungman is supposed to be silent.

Автор adam pamment (6 месяцев)
Great Vid. I saw this rifle in Stockholms military museum. Loved it.

Автор Yiorgos Kay (9 месяцев)
It is pronounced Youngman

Автор 72darkf (10 месяцев)
yep, very educational indeed. love the caliber. the rifle.. aah.. not so
sure about that. though I have a weak spot for internal magazin, stripper
fed rifles.

Автор Lars Jönlid (7 месяцев)
Jungman leave out the L !

Автор bitfreakazoid (8 месяцев)
I wonder why they didn't just go with the traditional bolt handle to pull
it back. Seems odd that you would have to first push it forward then pull
it back. I like it though.

Автор Lasse Särnhult (8 месяцев)
to pronounce it youngman

Автор knives fan (9 месяцев)
That a thumb press

Автор DaReaperZ (4 месяца)
Haha, hopefully, but sadly not.

It's actually supposed to be pronounced more like "Yungman" or "Jungman".
Kinda similar to "youngman" but more like you said it in the video. Only
problem was basically that the L is silent :)

Автор Fredrik Häll (9 месяцев)
My father did his (obligatory) Swedish military service 1972 and the
Ljungman was still around then in the Armed Forces, eventhough the H&K G3
had been introduced in 1961.

Автор SUFFICIENCYtoLIBERTY (9 месяцев)
Man, your videos are great.

Автор frank mcgraw (9 месяцев)
I have watched quite a few of your vidios, & i enjoy them very much ! very
informative ! & very helpful ! keep up the great work !

Автор Robert Martin (9 месяцев)
I fired one. Well made and nice to shoot.

Автор GRMGR1 (10 месяцев)
I've always wanted one of those.

Автор AdurianJ (10 месяцев)
the FNC came in the late 80's and the final Mausers where phased out in the
90's when the sniper versions where replaced !

Автор Swamp Rooster (6 месяцев)
The only thing about this rifle that isn't idiot proof is the "finger trap"
bolt charging mechanism. You sure don't want to have a finger in there when
the bolt charges forward.

Автор AdurianJ (10 месяцев)
6,5x55mm was the standard Swedish ammunition for the infantry before we
went to 7,62 NATO with the AK4 (G3 variant). There was 8mm machine guns but
those where used in not so mobile settings like AAA machine guns and
vehicle mounts.
For instance the m/39 maching gun (licence built Browning m1919) had
barrels in both calibers.

When Sweden bought the KSP 58 (FN MAG) in the 1950's those where chambered
for 6,5x55mm these where latter rebareled and designated KSP 58B while the
6,5mm variant got the KSP 58A designation.
The navy seems to have been the last ones to use the KSP 58A probably
because they got leftovers and ship boarding parties used the 6,5mm Mauser
during the cold war, and there where tons of 6,5mm ammo in storage !

Автор Baker Romeo (11 месяцев)
Fascinating - I'd never seen an AG-42 disassembled before. Thank you for
posting this!

Автор Quasi84 (11 месяцев)
The L in Ljungman is silent. Ljung is Calluna (Calluna vulgaris). Ljungman
is s surname. In this case, the name comes from the company that
manufactured the rifle and the company got its name from the founder. The
company was named: AB C.J. Ljungmans Verkstäder

Автор Jeff Wilde (6 месяцев)
one of the finest weapons i ever owned ...zero recoil ...compensated bbl
...factory and all stainless under the blueing ..great rifle

Автор Ryan Ehlis (6 месяцев)
could have got one of those 20 years ago for not much more than 100 bucks.
Just cheep mill surp back than. 

Автор Swamp Rooster (6 месяцев)
I had one and absolutely loved it and could hit a dime at 100 yards. They
are extremely accurate.


Автор ogpu1 (9 месяцев)
Excellent video! Keep up the good work.

Автор ogpu1 (9 месяцев)
Excellent video! Keep up the good work.

Автор F4Wildcat (1 год)
my dear friends as a ljunman owner If you know the phenomen of the "Garand
thumb" Well the garand thumb is nothing compared to a Ljungman thumb.

Автор Nick U. (1 год)
Don't quote me on it but I think I've seen an unconverted variant being
sold by a gunsmith I know locally. It didn't have a humps on the cocking
cover that I recall. No price was offered and I didn't think to ask at the
time. If it was an original, I'm curious how much it would be worth. Any
thoughts?

Автор Nick U. (1 год)
All that hot gas and carbon going directly into the mechanism causing
increased fouling of the bolt. As civilians using it, this is no problem as
we have the luxury of being able to keep it clean at any time. However, as
part of a battle implement, it requires a soldier to strip, clean and
maintain more often. This could be a real problem when the bullets start
flying. I despised my C7 (Canadian variant of the M16) for that very
reason.

Автор John H (1 год)
If you happen to want to use those holes for a modern day side mount scope
remember those holes are metric threads not SAE . You may end up having
your gun smith re tapping those little holes . If you should locate a real
M42 side mount scope , CALL ME FAST !

Автор SvartEld (2 года)
Very interesting! You don't pronounce the L in Ljungman; it should be said
more like Jungman, sounding a bit like the first part of "jungle".

Автор maniaque007 (2 года)
interesting!!!

Автор Kaospojkenknives (1 год)
It is =)

Автор imperialfragments (2 года)
These rifles have become highly sought after in the past several years.
Very neat collectible rifle. I passed on one several years ago and have
been kicking myself ever since. They fetch a high price if you can find
them.

Автор Salpeteroxid (1 год)
Hur menar du?

Автор Allante715 (1 год)
Hakim?

Автор sirfighterace (1 год)
I'm the proud owner of an m/96 mauser, and I'm thinking of looking into
buying one of these. What would a good asking price be on one of these in
the states?

Автор John H (1 год)
Letter "B" is also indicating that the the gas return tube is "Stainless
Steel". Also called AG M42B or just M42B . The prefix "AG" is fairly
uncommonly spoken . As well if you see a row of 3 threaded holes spaced
about 3" apart just below the range adjustment knob , those are for the
mounting of a "Side Mount Scope" , variable from 4 to 20 power , it was
about a foot long . If your M42B has the 3 holes this means you have the
"Sniper Model" .

Автор John Banfield (1 год)
Could the bolt release be operated with the bolt carrier forward or would
the spring then return the carrier and trap your thumb anyway?

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