German small arms

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German small arms

Post by Boone Vidricksen » 31 Mar 2006 21:01

I will be submitting list of german small arms ranging from pistols to rocket launchers in few days. If anybody knows of any extremly rare weapons( Very Rare like not listed in books or online) please post it.

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Re: German small arms

Post by tigre » 12 Mar 2018 01:47

Hello to all :D: nothing unusual or extremely rare but reliably weapons....................

France 1940.

Source: https://forum.dobroni.pl/f/49-huculski-pulk/70384/2

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Post by Knouterer » 12 Mar 2018 19:13

The soldier on the left is carrying an anti-aircraft tripod for a machine gun, not a mortar bipod.
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Re: German small arms

Post by tigre » 21 Apr 2018 21:00

Hello to all :D: speaking of AA tripod....................

AA cover in an Italian port 1941.

Source: https://www.delcampe.net/de/sammlerobje ... 40594.html

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Re: German small arms

Post by CroGer » 04 May 2018 18:57

Several months ago I already did such a thread:

https://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic ... 1&t=231723

The interest in it was "moderate". On top, don't make the mistake that I did, you can't edit your post after some time.
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Re: German small arms

Post by laracraft » 24 May 2018 13:01

Here is a look at the small arms of the German military

Karabiner 98 Kurz (K98) This bolt-action rifle was essentially the final developments in the long line of Mauser military rifles, going back to 1898. ...
G-43. ...
MP-28. ...
MP-38/MP-40. ...
MP 3008 and Gerät Potsdam. ...
FG-42. ...
StG44/MP-44. ...
MG-34.

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Re: German small arms

Post by tigre » 16 Jun 2018 16:52

Hello to all :D: more....................

German hand-grenade.

Source: Schnelle Truppen. Teil II. Waffenhefte des Heeres. 1942.

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Re: German small arms

Post by tigre » 23 Jun 2018 04:22

Hello to all :D: more....................

Fliegerwache

Source: https://www.ebay.de/itm/Fliegerwache-mi ... 0009.m1982

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Re: German small arms

Post by Poot » 23 Jun 2018 06:01

I'm not trying to sound antagonistic, but I'm very confused by this thread. Haven't comprehensive lists (with accompanying photos and illustrations) of WWII German small arms been published already, and since the 1950's? Is there new ground being broken here that hasn't been exposed before, or am I missing the point?

Thank you in advance for clarifying this for me,
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Re: German small arms

Post by laracraft » 27 Jun 2018 17:00

West Germany, Battle Rifle, 7.62×51mm NATO, Was the standard rifle of the West German Army

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Re: German small arms

Post by laracraft » 29 Jul 2018 07:56

German small <a href="http://gunsafely.com/">arm</a>s]arms[/url] list:
98k: Max Range: 70m, Accuracy: High, Rate of Fire: Slow
G43: Max Range: 80m, Accuracy: High, Rate of Fire: Moderate
G43 Scoped: Max Range: 80m, Accuracy: High, Rate of Fire: Slow
98k Sniper: Max Range: 100m, Accuracy: Very High, Rate of Fire: Slow
SMG MP 40: Max Range: 50m, Accuracy: Below Average, Rate of Fire: Fast
StG 44: Max Range: 60m, Accuracy: High, Rate of Fire: Fast
MP 3008: Max Range: 50, Accuracy: Moderate, Rate of Fire: Fast

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Re: German small arms

Post by tigre » 13 May 2022 03:00

Hello to all :D: more....................

Waffen SS in action on the Eastern Front.

Source: Münchner Illustrierte Presse. 18. Jahrgang 1941, Nr. 43, 23. Oktober 1941

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