A lucky shooter managed to get her hands on the often forgotten Mauser 1918 T-Gewehr, aka the world’s first anti-tank rifle. Chambered in 13.2 mm TuF, this rifle was developed nearly 100 years ago with the sole purpose of penetrating armored targets. There were less than 16,000 ever made between 1918 and 1933. This weapon required a two man crew and operates as a single shot Mauser bolt-action. While it features a pistol grip and bi-pod, there were no mechanisms, pads, or muzzle breaks in place to reduce the significant recoil.