|Country Of Origin||France|
|In Service||1939 - 1950|
|Used By||France, Nazi Germany, Italy|
|Wars||World War 2, First Indochina War|
|Cartridge||7.65mm Longue, 7.65x17mm Browning SR|
The MAS 38 was a French Submachine gun in use from 1939 to 1950. It had an pistol cartridge with ineffective stopping power; despite this the German military continued production with some being sent to the Vichy French and Italians.
On April 28, 1945, it was used by Italian partisans to shoot the former dictator Mussolini.