Photos - Germans with captured firearms

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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Postby Gustav_SC » 20 Oct 2011 08:25

These are Luftwaffe guys, and the rifles are definitely real (captured). Mannlicher design of some type, I think. Maybe Belgian or Dutch rifles?

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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Postby carius » 20 Oct 2011 14:38

ZB

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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Postby MG1918 » 22 Oct 2011 04:44

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Imperial German troops with a captured lewis WWI - obviously ona course somewhere in France.
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Second rate weapons ?

Postby nebelwerferXXX » 22 Oct 2011 05:33

carius wrote:Maxims, DP, PPSh, PPD

George

The Germans captured large quantities of these weapons during the early stages of Barbarossa. But as a second-rate weapons according to the Germans...

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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Postby Sturm78 » 02 Nov 2011 17:16

Hi all,

Schwarzlose M07-12 AA MG

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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Postby carius » 09 Nov 2011 06:16

Mosin

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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Postby Tommygunn » 09 Nov 2011 08:24

Smoking stunts your growth!

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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Postby carius » 11 Nov 2011 05:45

Interesting Hotchkiss

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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Postby carius » 14 Nov 2011 06:06

Browning

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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Postby carius » 15 Nov 2011 15:01

DP

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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Postby Auseklis » 15 Nov 2011 17:07

Tommygunn wrote:Smoking stunts your growth!

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Yes, look at the GREAT-coat of the guy...

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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Postby carius » 18 Nov 2011 06:59

FM-24/29

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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Postby carius » 21 Nov 2011 05:59

Polish firearms

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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Postby Kocur » 24 Nov 2011 23:40

carius wrote:Interesting Hotchkiss


It's a Hotchkiss Mle 1914 with regular WW1 French flash hider.

carius wrote:Browning


A late-production Polish wz. 28 lmg I would say ("fishtail" butt-stock).

carius wrote:Polish firearms


Which, I suppose, wouldn't be clear, hadn't guys in the right worn Polish "polówka" wz. 37 head-gear (a soft cap featuring traditional Polish four-cornered top). In 1939 wz. 08/15 lmg, Polish for MG 08/15, was typical machine gun in artillery and trains.

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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Postby Bill 13 » 27 Nov 2011 14:29

Good Day

British Lee-Enfield scoped.(?)

Source frame from History Classic, Brute Force, Weapons at War,WWII.

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