The 'Jew gun' is a derogative nickname attributed to the antique 'Gewehr model 1888' bolt-action rifle produced in Germany in the late 1800s. Antisemitic newspapers blamed Jewish factory owners for the gun's initial defects and problems using smokeless gun powder (which was also believed to be the act of Jewish industrialists). The Gewehr M88 (or 'G.88') was referred to by the German press and segments of the public as the 'Jew gun'.
Ludwig Loewe and Company continue to produce the defective 'Jew Gun', betraying our troops and their ability to fight.
by Tiewaz May 21, 2017