The Italian Beretta 38 submachine gun uses 9mm ammunition and has a 32 round magazine. It has wooden stocks and is unusual in that it ejects spent casings to the left instead of the right. The weapon has two triggers, one for semi-automatic fire and one for full-automatic fire. It was used by the Italian (in particular by the division "Folgore") and German armies during WWII, the Germans were quite fond of its unusual accuracy for a SMG. After the fall of Mussolini, the production of this weapon increased. For this reason, the Beretta 38 was also often used by italian partisans.