Lahti Husqvarna M/40 pistol
Designed by Aimo Lahti c.1931, manufactured under license by the Husqvarna Vapenfabriks Aktiebolag c.1940~80′s in Sweden - serial number D10121.
9x19mm Parabellum 8-round removable box magazine, short recoil semi-automatic, bolt accelerator and shrouded hammer.
Originally the Finnish L-35 pistol, the M/40 was adopted for service in Sweden for more than forty years when World War 2 came, rendering the import of Walther P38 and Lahti L-35 impossible and forcing the Swedes to start local production. It was very similar to its parent design, save for minor details like the lack of a chambered round indicator, and a lower quality steel that resulted in cracks in the frame when used with the steel-jacketed ammunition used in the Karl Gustav M/45 submachine gun.
Sudaev AS-44 - 7.62x39mm
Union Firearms Company Reifgraber 1906 Patent pistol Designed by Joseph Joachim Reifgraber and manufactured by Union Firearms in Toledo, Ohio - no serial number, only prototype known to exist. .38 S&W automatic, removable box magazine, short recoil semi-automatic.
Webley-Fosbery M1902 automatic revolver
Designed by G. V. Fosbery c.1895-1897, manufactured by Webley and Scott starting c.1902 - serial number 181.
.38ACP 8-round cylinder, recoil-operated single action semi-automatic, top break action.
Данная винтовка была без подписи.
Fusil Asalto CB-51 prototype
Designed by Joaquín De La Calzada-Bayo at La Coruna weapon factory in Spain c.1943.
7,92x40mm proprietary cartridge 15-rounds removable box magazine, gas-operated select fire.
Another Spanish assault rifle prototype designed in parallel with Germany’s adoption of the Sturmgewehr 44. These very clunky rifle projects were abandonned for the CETME series, which were design with German help after WW2.
Mannlicher M1895 and other rifle conversion Machine Guns. (Австрия)
Made in Austria during WW1, now exhibited in Vienna.
8x50mmR M93 Mannlicher, straight-pull converted to automatic or hand-cranked rapid fire, fed with hoppers for the most part.
Webley No.2 MkI flare pistol
Manufactured by Webley and Scott Ltd c.1914-1918 - serial number 20162.
40mm flare, DA, top break action.
The handgun variant of the shoulder-fired No.1 MkI, these flare guns were made as a stopgap for the British army using many Webley revolver parts.
The “trench warfare” modified Gewehr 98,
During World War I the Mauser designed Gewehr 98 bolt action rifle served as the primary service arm of the German military. However the experiences of trench warfare showed that the Gew 98 needed some improvements in order fit in with WWI combat. One issue with Gew 98 was its magazine capacity. At five rounds it was on par with the rifles used by many of its enemies, however it was outclassed by the ten round magazine sported by the British Lee Enfield.
To improve the Gew 98, special kits were made to modify existing rifles in service. The most important modification was the addition of a 25 round magazine.
1916 Berthier Carbine - 8x50mmR
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