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The Automatgevär m/42, also known as the AG-42 or the Ljungman, was a Swedish semi-automatic rifle used by Swedish Army from 1942. Similar in design to the Soviet SVT-40 but chambered in 6.5x55mm, around 30,000 units were produced - far too few to replace the bolt-action main service rifle of the m/96 Swedish Mauser. Both were rendered obsolete by the Ak 4 rifle introduced in the 1960s.

Its only use in World War II came after the liberation of Norway by the Allies in 1945, when it equipped Norwegian police troops trained in Sweden during the German occupation.

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The AG m/42 is set to be featured in Battlefield V, introduced as part of the Tides of War live service.[1]

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