Photos - Germans with captured firearms

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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Post by carius » 07 Jan 2023 12:35

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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Post by Hans1906 » 07 Jan 2023 17:07

The revolver in the photo #1688 was a russian "Nagant M1895".

The Nagant M1895 Revolver: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nagant_M1895

Interesting photo, I haven't seen it in German hands like this before... :?


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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Post by carius » 15 Jan 2023 16:54

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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Post by Poot » 16 Jan 2023 20:03

Are those Polish marked ammunition cans?
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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Post by ConnD » 17 Jan 2023 08:54

carius wrote:
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Do you by any chance know the model of this rifle?

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Re: Photos - Germans with captured firearms

Post by von thoma » 20 Jan 2023 22:36

Do you by any chance know the model of this rifle ?
Russian Anti-Tank Rifle : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PTRS-41
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