Photos - others with captured German firearms

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Re: Photos - others with captured German firearms

Post by carius » 11 Feb 2010 09:47

Russian soldier with italian Carcano
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Post by carius » 01 Mar 2010 08:51

Japanese MGs and rifle
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Post by carius » 09 Mar 2010 14:14

Russian soldier with german granades E.39
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Post by peeved » 25 Mar 2010 01:06

Brits with a MG 42 (Source eBay.de).

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Post by Armeiro » 09 Apr 2010 18:24

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Re: Photos - others with captured German firearms

Post by Daniel L » 10 May 2010 00:06

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What weapon is this?

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Re: Photos - others with captured German firearms

Post by carius » 10 May 2010 07:11

Very strange weapon!This is very rare picture(may be the only one,if its what I think)!
For me this weapon is experimental russian "Shpagin".

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Re: Photos - others with captured German firearms

Post by SVaaka » 10 May 2010 17:05

Hmm.. yes seems to be quite rare Shpagin-Natsalo m/40.

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Re: Photos - others with captured German firearms

Post by carius » 11 May 2010 20:41

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Re: Photos - others with captured German firearms

Post by xiao mie di ren » 14 May 2010 21:33

This is in ref to two photos from 07 Mar 2007. In stg44nam8no.jpg the individual is a PFC with the 7th Special Forces Group at Ft Bragg, N.C. He is not yet a full fledged member of the 7th Group as of this picture. In fg42nam4dr.jpg, the individual is a fully badged SFC with 7th Special Forces Group at Ft Bragg N. C. His combat patch is that of the 187th Airborne Regimental Combat Team, possibly earned in the Korean War. These photos and many others were taken at FT Bragg in April of 1967 and 1st appeared in a serialized version in the summer of 1967 in the Special Forces newspaper Veritas. They were taken to illustrate the "combat firing techniques" of these and over 100 other foreign weapons. They can be found in the book entitled "Special Forces Combat Firing Techniques" last published by Paladin Press in 1988.


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Re: Photos - others with captured German firearms

Post by BrianV » 16 Jun 2010 17:53

Armeiro wrote:...from http://www.life.com ..."Trick German Weapons"
Do the curved pieces on the end of the barrel actually work reliably? Seems to me the bullets would tend to jam in there....

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