Sola

Notes: Perhaps this weapon’s greatest claim to fame is that it is the only firearm ever produced in Luxembourg. During World War 2, the general quality of European firearms declined sharply, both from use and overuse and from declining and hurried manufacturing standards. The European firearms manufacturers after World War 2 were falling all over themselves in a race to replace those weapons, and the Luxembourger firm of Sola was one of those hoping to do so. The Sola was not a success in Europe, but had some success in North Africa and South America. The entire weapon had only 38 parts, made mostly of stamped steel. It was a long and cumbersome weapon, but accurate, reliable, stable, and cheap. By 1957, Sola decided to quit the arms field, and that was the end of Luxembourger firearms manufacture.

Weapon

Ammunition

Weight

Magazines

Price

Sola Super

9mm Parabellum

2.86 kg

32

$394

Sola Light

9mm Parabellum

2.72 kg

32

$303

Weapon

ROF

Damage

Pen

Bulk

SS

Burst

Range

Sola Super

5

2

2-Nil

4/5

1

2

31

Sola Light

5

2

Nil

3/5

1

3

21