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Rifle grenade (Rifleman)
The Mannlicher-Schönauer 1903 is a rifle of Austro-Hungarian origin.
One of several rifles designed by Ferdinand Mannlicher, the Mannlicher-Schönauer featured a conventional turn-bolt for action, but also a rotary magazine for its feed system. Despite its high quality and satisfying performance, the Mannlicher-Schönauer as a military rifle was only adopted by Greece, but it was popular as a sporting rifle in civilian use.
In Battlegroup42 the Mannlicher-Schönauer 1903 is the primary weapon for the Greek rifleman class, engineer class, and sniper class. The rifleman class also has access to bayonet and rifle grenade, whereas the sniper class has scope attached to the rifle for sharpshooting.