A British bolt-action named after it’s creator, it was a fairly light anti-tank weapon. In spite it’s intended role, the rather small .55 caliber cartridge became obsolete as armor improved. You can still find these for sale in the U.S but rechambered in U.S .50 BMG. I was actually going to buy one of these when I thought my friend wasn’t going sell his DShK back in February. It would have cost me half of what I’m paying for the DShK but I wanted a belt-fed over a bolt-action.