how many bullets were fired in ww2?

Infantry weapons of WWII

In World War II, U.S. factories cranked out, along with mountains of other munitions, about 41.4 billion rounds of small-arms ammunition, enough to permit the users to take about ten shots at every man, woman, and child alive on earth at that time.

A shot fired, a World War II soldier’s remorse

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