STG

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AcronymDefinition
STGSTG (Sciences, Technology and Globalization) Corporation Pty LTD
STGStage
STGSterling (silver)
STGSturmgewehr (German: Storm Gun)
STGSciences et Technologies de La Gestion (French: Science and Technology Management; degree)
STGShooting Game (video game genre)
STGSuperior Temporal Gyrus
STGStomatogastric
STGSteam Turbine Generator
STGStar Trek Generations (movie)
STGSIGINT (Signals Intelligence) Terminal Guidance
STGShort Term Goal(s)
STGSpecial Tactics Group
STGSpace Task Group
STGSwear to God
STGStereographic
STGSignal Transition Graph
STGStroytransgaz (Russian oil and gas construction company)
STGSigma Tau Gamma (fraternity)
STGStrain Gage
STGState Transition Graph
STGSystem Technology Group (various organizations)
STGSoftware Technologies Group, Inc. (Chicago, IL, USA)
STGSpécialités Traditionnelles Garanties (Agricultural products and foodstuffs as traditional specialities guaranteed)
STGShort Term Gain (investing/trading)
STGSlaves To Gravity (band)
STGSpecial Task Group
STGStudent Travel Grant
STGStandards Technology Group
STGSpanning Tree Group
STGStrategic Thought Group plc
STGSoft Tissue Graft
STGSpecial Transitional Grant
STGScience, Technology, and Globalization (degree)
StGSt. George School (St. George, Maine)
STGSqueteague (FAO fish species code)
STGSwitch to Ground
STGScandinavian Tobacco Group (Denmark)
STGStock Trading Game
STGSystems Task Group International Ltd.
STGSpecial Technical Group (USENIX Association)
STGStormgevär (Swedish assault rifle)
STGStormguard (gaming clan)
STGStatic Task Graph
STGSteering Task Group
STGScientific & Technical Group (EUMETSAT)
STGSpecial Topic Group
STGSky Tower Games (gaming)
STGStandard Treatment Guide
STGStructured Technology Group
STGSokil Transportation Group
STGStandard Trading Group (Tempe, AZ)
STGScanning Thermogravimetry
STGStandards Task Group
STGSimulation Tape Generator
STG(USN Rating) Sonar Technician (Surface)
STGSynthetic Terrain Generator
STGSystem Time Generator
STGStudy Task Group
STGSally, That Girl (Gucci Crew song)
STGSystem Test Guide
STGSt. George by Duffer (UK retail clothing store)
STGScotch, Tank and Ginger (programming; ROCK 102 radio; North Dakota)
STGSecurity Technology Group (various organizations)
STGSecurity Threat Group (corrections)
STGSeattle Theater Group (Washington)
STGSaid the Girl (band)
STGScholarly Technology Group (Brown University)
STGSend to Gang (gaming)
STGShiny Toy Guns (band)
STGScreaming to God (band)
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Norwegians who served with the Waffen SS on the Eastern Front were equipped with standard German weapons including the Mauser Karabiner 98k, Sturmgewehr 44, Maschinengewehr 34 and 42, Maschinenpistole 40 and various 9mm and 7,65mm pistols.
In a book review, it's impossible to even scratch the surface of the fascinating weapons developments Von Lossnitzer discusses in his memoir, which range from temperature regulating progressive rifling forms to tapered bore guns to the development of the MG213 aircraft revolving cannon and the roller-locking Sturmgewehr.
62x51 CETME rifle, it was an evolution of a World War II German design designated Sturmgewehr 45 (M) developed by Mauser's Light Weapons Development Group.
92x33mm Kurz Sturmgewehr had proven highly effective, the German Heereswaffenamt came to desire a design which was simpler and cheaper to mass produce.
95), which covers the history and development of an assault weapon created in response to the innovative German StG 44 Sturmgewehr, a compact, lightweight weapon which could fire a cartridge much further than its competitors.
Chivers also makes it clear that the German late war StG-44 Sturmgewehr assault rifle was the inspiration for the Soviet Army's 1947 competition to design a new automatic rifle for its troops.
Besides the well known 550 series which builds on the proven Swiss Army rifle adopted in 1990 and known as the Sturmgewehr 90, Sig Sauer markets the 516/716 AR rifles respectively in 5.
22LR STG-44 imitates the WWII Sturmgewehr, and features a 17-inch barrel, an overall length of 37 inches and solid wood furniture, with a weight of 9 1/2 lbs.
Why the WSLs weren't the toast of trench fighters is open to discussion, but by the time the concept of a short and handy (if a bit heavy) semiautomatic carbine with medium range and intermediate power could be realized, the Sturmgewehr had taken the world by storm.
If military technology, the magnitude of destruction levied, and the hostile body count were the critical factors for victory, then the nation fielding the Me-262 aircraft, the Tiger tank, the Sturmgewehr 44 assault rifle, the Type XXIII U-boat, and the concentration camps' gas chambers should have won World War II hands down.
In 1944, Adolf Hitler is said to have invented the term "assault rifle" to describe the latest super-weapon developed by Nazi engineers, the StG44, or SturmGewehr, 1944.