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List of infantry weapons of World War I

Index List of infantry weapons of World War I

This is a list of infantry weapons of World War I (1914–1918). [1]

247 relations: Aasen mortar, Albini-Braendlin rifle, Assegai, Austria-Hungary, Škoda Works, Bangalore torpedo, Bayard 1908, Becker Type M2 20 mm cannon, Beholla pistol, Belgium, Berdan rifle, Beretta M1918, Beretta M1923, Beretta OVP, Bergmann MG 15nA machine gun, Bergmann–Bayard pistol, Berthier rifle, Billao, Bodeo Model 1889, Bolo knife, Brass knuckles, British Bull Dog revolver, Browning Auto-5, Canon d'Infanterie de 37 modèle 1916 TRP, Carcano, Chassepot, Chauchat, Claymore, Colt M1889, Colt M1892, Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless, Colt Model 1905 Marine Corps, Colt New Service, Colt Official Police, Dervish state, Double-barreled shotgun, Dreyse M1907, Emirate of Jabal Shammar, Emirate of Nejd and Hasa, Enfield revolver, Entrenching tool, F1 grenade (France), Farquhar-Hill rifle, Farquharson rifle, Fascine knife, Fedorov Avtomat, Fiat–Revelli Modello 1914, First Portuguese Republic, First Republic of Armenia, Flachmine 17, ..., Flamethrower, Flammenwerfer M.16., FN M1900, FN Model 1903, FN Model 1910, Force Publique, French Nail, French Third Republic, Frommer Stop, Fusil Automatique Modèle 1917, Fusil Gras mle 1874, Garde Civique, Gardner gun, Garland trench mortar, Gasser M1870, Gast gun, Gewehr 1888, Gewehr 98, Glisenti Model 1910, Grenade, Guntō, Gurkha, Hales rifle grenade, Hatchet, Hebel Model 1894, Hino–Komuro pistol, Hotchkiss M1909 Benét–Mercié machine gun, Hotchkiss M1914 machine gun, Jam tin grenade, Jezail, Kaskara, Kingdom of Hejaz, Kingdom of Nepal, Kleinflammenwerfer, Knife bayonet, Kropatschek rifle, Kugelhandgranate, Kukri, Lancaster pistol, Leach trench catapult, Lebel Model 1886 rifle, Lee Speed, Lee–Metford, Lewis gun, Livens Projector, Luger pistol, M1867 Russian Krnka, M1870 Belgian Comblain, M1870 Italian Vetterli, M1879 Reichsrevolver, M1885 Remington–Lee, M1895 Colt–Browning machine gun, M1903 Springfield, M1905 bayonet, M1911 pistol, M1917 bayonet, M1917 Browning machine gun, M1917 Enfield, M1917 revolver, M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle, Machete, Madsen machine gun, Mannlicher M1886, Mannlicher M1888, Mannlicher M1890 Carbine, Mannlicher M1893, Mannlicher M1894, Mannlicher M1895, Mannlicher M1901, Mannlicher–Schönauer, Mark I trench knife, Marlin Model 1894, Martini–Enfield, Martini–Henry, MAS 1873 revolver, Mauser 1918 T-Gewehr, Mauser C78 "zig-zag", Mauser C96, Mauser Model 1871, Mauser Model 1889, Mauser Model 1893, Mauser-Koka, Mauser–Vergueiro, Maxim gun, Meunier rifle, MG 08, MG 13, MG 18 TuF, Mills bomb, Mk 1 grenade, Mk 2 grenade, MK3 grenade, Modèle 1892 revolver, Model 17 grenade, Model 1914 grenade, Mondragón rifle, Mortier de 58 mm type 2, Mosin–Nagant, MP 18, Murata rifle, Nagant M1895, Newton 6-inch mortar, No. 1 grenade, No. 15 ball grenade, No. 2 grenade, No. 6 grenade, Nordenfelt gun, Parabellum MG 14, Pattern 1908 and 1912 cavalry swords, Pattern 1914 Enfield, Perino Model 1908, Pickaxe, PM M1910, Push dagger, Puteaux APX Machine Gun, Puteaux SA 18, Rast & Gasser M1898, Remington Model 10, Remington Model 14, Remington Model 8, Remington Rolling Block rifle, Ross rifle, Roth–Steyr M1907, Ruby pistol, Sabre, Salvator-Dormus M1893, Sauterelle, Savage Model 1907, Schönberger-Laumann 1892, Schwarzlose machine gun, Schwarzlose Model 1908, Shashka, Smith & Wesson Model 10, Smith & Wesson Model 3, Smith & Wesson Triple Lock, Snider–Enfield, Spade, Springfield Model 1892–99, St. Étienne Mle 1907, Star Model 14, Stevens Model 520/620, Steyr M1912, Stielhandgranate, Stiletto, Stokes mortar, Sultanate of Darfur, Trench knife, Trench raiding, Trench raiding club, Type 26 revolver, Type 3 heavy machine gun, Type 30 bayonet, Type 30 rifle, Type 35 rifle, Type 38 rifle, Type 44 carbine, VB rifle grenade, Vickers machine gun, Villar-Perosa aircraft submachine gun, Wänzl rifle, Webley Revolver, Webley Self-Loading Pistol, Webley–Fosbery Automatic Revolver, Wechselapparat, Werder pistol model 1869, Werndl–Holub rifle, West Spring Gun, Winchester Model 1886, Winchester Model 1892, Winchester Model 1894, Winchester Model 1895, Winchester Model 1897, Winchester Model 1907, Winchester Model 1910, Winchester Model 1912, World War I, 1.59-inch Breech-Loading Vickers Q.F. Gun, Mk II, 10.5 cm Luftminenwerfer M 15, 12 cm Luftminenwerfer M 16, 12 cm Minenwerfer M 15, 14 cm Minenwerfer M 15, 15 cm Luftminenwerfer M 15 M. E., 17 cm mittlerer Minenwerfer, 1897 pattern British infantry officer's sword, 2-inch medium mortar, 37 mm trench gun M1915, 7.58 cm Minenwerfer, 7.5mm 1882 Ordnance, 7.62 cm Infanteriegeschütz L/16.5, 7.65mm Roth–Sauer, 7.7 cm Infanteriegeschütz L/20, 7.7 cm Infanteriegeschütz L/27, 8 cm Luftminenwerfer M 15, 9 cm Minenwerfer M 14, 9 cm Minenwerfer M 17, 9 cm Mortar Type GR, 9.15 cm leichtes Minenwerfer System Lanz. Expand index (197 more) »

Aasen mortar

The Aasen mortar (Mortier Aasen) was a 3.5-inch (88.9-mm) gun-mortar (or bomb thrower under the classification of the time).

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Albini-Braendlin rifle

The Albini rifle (or Albini-Braendlin rifle) was a single-shot 11mm rifle adopted by Belgium in 1867.

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Assegai

An assegai or assagai (Latin hasta, cf Arabic az-zaġāyah, Berber zaġāya "spear", Old French azagaie, Spanish azagaya, Italian zagaglia, Chaucer lancegay) is a pole weapon used for throwing, usually a light spear or javelin made of wood and pointed with iron or fire-hardened tip.

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Austria-Hungary

Austria-Hungary, often referred to as the Austro-Hungarian Empire or the Dual Monarchy in English-language sources, was a constitutional union of the Austrian Empire (the Kingdoms and Lands Represented in the Imperial Council, or Cisleithania) and the Kingdom of Hungary (Lands of the Crown of Saint Stephen or Transleithania) that existed from 1867 to 1918, when it collapsed as a result of defeat in World War I. The union was a result of the Austro-Hungarian Compromise of 1867 and came into existence on 30 March 1867.

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Škoda Works

The Škoda Works (Škodovy závody) was one of the largest European industrial conglomerates of the 20th century, founded by Czech engineer Emil Škoda in 1859 in Plzeň, then in the Kingdom of Bohemia, Austrian Empire.

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Bangalore torpedo

A Bangalore torpedo is an explosive charge placed within one or several connected tubes.

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Bayard 1908

The Bayard 1908 is a semi-automatic pistol designed by Belgian Bernard Clarus in 1908 as a short-range self-defense handgun.

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Becker Type M2 20 mm cannon

The Becker Type M2 20 mm cannon was a German automatic cannon developed for aircraft use during World War I by Stahlwerke Becker.

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Beholla pistol

The Beholla pistol was developed by Becker & Hollander.

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Belgium

Belgium, officially the Kingdom of Belgium, is a country in Western Europe bordered by France, the Netherlands, Germany and Luxembourg.

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Berdan rifle

The Berdan rifle (винтовка Бердана/vintovka Berdana in Russian) is a Russian rifle created by famous American firearms expert and inventor Hiram Berdan in 1868.

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Beretta M1918

The Beretta Model 1918 was a submachine gun that entered service in 1918 with the Italian armed forces.

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Beretta M1923

The Beretta Model 1923 pistol was a service pistol used by the Italian Army from 1923 until 1945.

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Beretta OVP

The Beretta OVP was a submachine gun developed in Italy.

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Bergmann MG 15nA machine gun

The Bergmann MG 15 was the World War I production version of 1915 (MG 15 n.A.) light machine gun developed by Germany.

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Bergmann–Bayard pistol

The Bergmann–Bayard was a German-designed semi-automatic pistol produced under license in Belgium.

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Berthier rifle

The Berthier rifles and carbines were a family of bolt-action small arms in 8mm Lebel, used in the French Army from the 1890s to the beginning of World War II (1940).

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Billao

A billao (billaawe), also known as a belawa, is a horn-hilted Somali shortsword.

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Bodeo Model 1889

The Bodeo Model 1889 revolver (Pistola a Rotazione, Sistema Bodeo, Modello 1889) was named after the head of the Italian firearm commission, Carlo Bodeo.

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Bolo knife

A bolo (iták, súndang, bunéng, Hiligaynon: binangon) is a large cutting tool of Filipino origin similar to the machete.

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Brass knuckles

Brass knuckles, also sometimes called knuckles, knucks, brass knucks, knucklebusters, knuckledusters, an English punch or a classic, are weapons used in hand-to-hand combat.

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British Bull Dog revolver

The British Bull Dog was a popular type of solid-frame pocket revolver introduced by Philip Webley & Son of Birmingham, England, in 1872, and subsequently copied by gunmakers in continental Europe and the United States.

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Browning Auto-5

The Browning Automatic 5, most often Auto-5 or simply A-5, is a recoil-operated semi-automatic shotgun designed by John Browning.

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Canon d'Infanterie de 37 modèle 1916 TRP

The Canon d'Infanterie de 37 modèle 1916 TRP (37mm mle.1916) was a French infantry support gun, first used during World War I. TRP stands for tir rapide, Puteaux (fast-firing, designed by the Atelier de Puteaux).

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Carcano

Carcano is the frequently used name for a series of Italian bolt-action, magazine-fed, repeating military rifles and carbines.

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Chassepot

The Chassepot, officially known as Fusil modèle 1866, was a bolt action military breechloading rifle, famous as the arm of the French forces in the Franco-Prussian War of 1870/1871.

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Chauchat

The Chauchat was the standard light machine gun or "machine rifle" of the French Army during World War I (1914–18). Its official designation was "Fusil Mitrailleur Modele 1915 CSRG" ("Machine Rifle Model 1915 CSRG"). Beginning in June 1916, it was placed into regular service with French infantry, where the troops called it the FM Chauchat, after Colonel Louis Chauchat, the main contributor to its design. The Chauchat in 8mm Lebel was also extensively used in 1917–18 by the American Expeditionary Forces (A.E.F), where it was officially designated as the "Automatic Rifle, Model 1915 (Chauchat)". A total of 262,000 Chauchats were manufactured between December 1915 and November 1918, including 244,000 chambered for the 8mm Lebel service cartridge, making it the most widely manufactured automatic weapon of World War I. The armies of eight other nations – Belgium, Finland, Greece, Italy, Poland, Romania, Russia, and Serbia – also used the Chauchat machine rifle in fairly large numbers during and after World War I. The Chauchat was one of the first light, automatic rifle-caliber weapons designed to be carried and fired by a single operator and an assistant, without a heavy tripod or a team of gunners. It set a precedent for several subsequent 20th-century firearm projects, being a portable, yet full-power automatic weapon built inexpensively and in very large numbers. The Chauchat combined a pistol grip, an in-line stock, a detachable magazine, and a selective fire capability in a compact package of manageable weight (20 pounds) for a single soldier. Furthermore, it could be routinely fired from the hip and while walking (marching fire). The muddy trenches of northern France exposed a number of weaknesses in the Chauchat's design. Construction had been simplified to facilitate mass production, resulting in low quality of many metal parts. The magazines in particular were the cause of about 75% of the stoppages or cessations of fire; they were made of thin metal and open on one side, allowing for the entry of mud and dust. The weapon also ceased to function when overheated, the barrel sleeve remaining in the retracted position until the gun had cooled off. Consequently, in September 1918, barely two months before the Armistice of November 11, the A.E.F. in France had already initiated the process of replacing the Chauchat with the M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle. Shortly after World War I, the French army replaced the Chauchat with the new gas-operated Mle 1924 light machine gun. It was mass manufactured during World War I by two reconverted civilian plants: "Gladiator" and "Sidarme". Besides the 8mm Lebel version, the Chauchat machine rifle was also manufactured in U.S..30-06 Springfield and in 7.65×53mm Argentine Mauser caliber to arm the American Expeditionary Forces (A.E.F.) and the Belgian Army, respectively. The Belgian military did not experience difficulties with their Chauchats in 7.65mm Mauser and kept them in service into the early 1930s. Conversely, the Chauchat version in U.S..30-06 made by "Gladiator" for the A.E.F., the Model 1918, proved to be fundamentally defective and had to be withdrawn from service. The Chauchat is the only full-automatic weapon actuated by long recoil, a Browning-designed system already applied in 1906 to the Remington Model 8 semi-automatic rifle: extraction and ejection of the empties takes place when the barrel returns forward, while the bolt is retained in the rear position. The failure of its limited version in U.S. 30-06 (the Mle 1918) have led some modern experts to assess it as the "worst machine gun" ever fielded in the history of warfare. However the weapon did remain in active service for over two years during the First World War, was the most widely issued fully automatic light machine gun of that conflict and remained in service after the war ended with several armies.

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Claymore

A claymore (from mòr, "great sword") is either the Scottish variant of the late medieval two-handed sword or the Scottish variant of the basket-hilted sword.

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Colt M1889

The Colt Model 1889 was a revolver produced by the Colt Manufacturing Company in the late 19th century.

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Colt M1892

The M1892 Colt Army & Navy was the first general issue double-action revolver with a swing-out cylinder used by the U.S. military.

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Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless

The Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless (not to be confused with the Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammer) is a.32 ACP caliber, self-loading, semi-automatic pistol designed by John Browning and built by Colt Patent Firearms Manufacturing Company of Hartford, Connecticut.

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Colt Model 1905 Marine Corps

The Colt Model 1905 Marine Corps was a.38 revolver issued by the United States Marine Corps during the period from 1905 to 1909.

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Colt New Service

The Colt New Service is a double-action revolver made by Colt from 1898 until 1941.

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Colt Official Police

Introduced to the firearms market in 1927, the Colt Official Police is a medium frame, double-action revolver with a six-round cylinder, primarily chambered for the.38 Special cartridge, and manufactured by the Colt's Manufacturing Company.

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Dervish state

The Dervish state (Dawlada Daraawiish, دولة الدراويش Dawlat ad-Darāwīsh) was an early 20th-century Somali Muslim kingdom.

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Double-barreled shotgun

A double-barreled shotgun is a shotgun with two parallel barrels, allowing two shots to be fired in quick succession.

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Dreyse M1907

The Dreyse Model 1907 is a semi-automatic pistol designed by Louis Schmeisser.

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Emirate of Jabal Shammar

The Emirate of Jabal Shammar (إمارة جبل شمر), also known as the Emirate of Haʾil (إمارة حائل) or the Emirate of The House of Rashīd (إمارة آل رشيد), was a state in the Nejd region of Arabia, existing from the mid-nineteenth century to 1921.

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Emirate of Nejd and Hasa

The Emirate of Nejd and Hasa was the first iteration of the third Saudi state from 1902 to 1921.

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Enfield revolver

The Enfield Revolver was a self-extracting British handgun designed and manufactured at the government-owned Royal Small Arms Factory in Enfield; initially in the.476 calibre (actually 11.6 mm) The.476 calibre Enfield Mk I and Mk II revolvers were the official sidearm of both the British Army and the North-West Mounted Police, as well as being issued to many other Colonial units throughout the British Empire.

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Entrenching tool

An entrenching tool, E-tool, or trenching tool is a collapsible spade used by military forces for a variety of military purposes.

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F1 grenade (France)

The F-1 grenade is a hand grenade mass-produced by France during and after WW1, used en masse in the majority of European countries throughout the First World War and Second World War.

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Farquhar-Hill rifle

The Farquhar-Hill rifle, a British design by Moubray G. Farquhar and Arthur H. Hill, was one of the first semi-automatic rifles designed in the early 20th century.

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Farquharson rifle

The Farquharson Rifle is a single-shot hammerless falling-block action rifle designed and patented by John Farquharson, of Daldhu, Scotland in 1872.

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Fascine knife

The fascine knife was a side arm / tool issued to 17th to 19th century light infantry and artillery.

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Fedorov Avtomat

The Fedorov Avtomat (also anglicized as Federov,MILITARY SMALL ARMS OF THE 20TH CENTURY, 7TH EDITION, BY IAN V. HOGG & JOHN S. WEEKS, KRAUSE PUBLICATIONS, 2000, PAGE 267, Russian: Автомат Фёдорова) (English: Federov Automatic Rifle) or FA was a select-fire, crew-served automatic rifle, designed by Vladimir Grigoryevich Fyodorov in 1915 and produced in the Russian Empire and later in the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic.

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Fiat–Revelli Modello 1914

The Fiat–Revelli Modello 1914 was an Italian water-cooled medium machine gun produced from 1914 to 1918.

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First Portuguese Republic

The First Portuguese Republic (Primeira República Portuguesa; officially: República Portuguesa, Portuguese Republic) spans a complex 16-year period in the history of Portugal, between the end of the period of constitutional monarchy marked by the 5 October 1910 revolution and the 28 May ''coup d'état'' of 1926.

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First Republic of Armenia

The First Republic of Armenia, officially known at the time of its existence as the Republic of Armenia (classical Հայաստանի Հանրապետութիւն), was the first modern Armenian state since the loss of Armenian statehood in the Middle Ages.

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Flachmine 17

The Flachmine 17 was a German anti-tank landmine mass-produced during the First World War.

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Flamethrower

A flamethrower is a mechanical incendiary device designed to project a long, controllable stream of fire.

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Flammenwerfer M.16.

The Flammenwerfer M.16. was a German man-portable backpack flamethrower that was used in World War I in trench warfare.

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FN M1900

The FN Browning M1900 is a single action, semi-automatic pistol designed c. 1896 by John Browning for Fabrique Nationale de Herstal (FN) and produced in Belgium at the turn of the century.

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FN Model 1903

The FN Model 1903 (M1903, FN Mle 1903), or Browning No.2 was a self-loading semi-automatic pistol engineered by John Browning and made by Belgian arms manufacturer Fabrique Nationale (FN).

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FN Model 1910

The FN Model 1910 is a blowback-operated, semi-automatic pistol designed by John Browning and manufactured by Fabrique Nationale of Belgium.

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Force Publique

The Force Publique ("Public Force"; Openbare Weermacht) was a gendarmerie and military force in what is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo from 1885 (when the territory was known as the Congo Free State), through the period of Belgian colonial rule (Belgian Congo – 1908 to 1960).

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French Nail

The French Nail were locally fabricated and converted bayonets, knives and stabbing weapons for use in the First World War.

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French Third Republic

The French Third Republic (La Troisième République, sometimes written as La IIIe République) was the system of government adopted in France from 1870 when the Second French Empire collapsed during the Franco-Prussian War until 1940 when France's defeat by Nazi Germany in World War II led to the formation of the Vichy government in France.

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Frommer Stop

The Frommer Stop is a Hungarian long-recoil pistol manufactured by Fémáru-, Fegyver és Gépgyár (FÉG) (Metalware, Weapons and Machine Factory) in Budapest.

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Fusil Automatique Modèle 1917

The Fusil Automatique Modèle 1917 (English: Model 1917 Automatic Rifle) (also called the RSC M1917) was a gas-operated, semi-automatic rifle that the French Army placed in service during the latter part (1918) of World War I. It was chambered in then-standard 8mm Lebel, the rimmed cartridge used in other French Army infantry weapons of the time. Altogether, MAT (Manufacture d'Armes de Tulle) had manufactured 86,000 RSC M1917 rifles when their production run ended in late November 1918. However very few have survived in fully functional, semi-automatic condition and those have become highly sought-after collectibles.

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Fusil Gras mle 1874

The Fusil Gras Modèle 1874 M80 was a French service rifle of the 19th century.

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Garde Civique

The Garde Civique or Burgerwacht (French and Dutch; "Civic Guard") was a Belgian paramilitary militia created in October 1830 shortly after the Belgian Revolution.

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Gardner gun

The Gardner gun was an early type of mechanical machine gun.

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Garland trench mortar

The Garland trench mortar was an improvised mortar used by Australian and British forces at Gallipoli during the Dardanelles Campaign of 1915–16.

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Gasser M1870

The M1870 Gasser was a revolver chambered for 11.3×36mmR and was adopted by the Austro-Hungarian Cavalry in 1870.

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Gast gun

The Gast Gun was a German twin barrelled machine gun that was developed by Karl Gast of Vorwerk und Companie of Barmen and used during the First World War.

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Gewehr 1888

The Gewehr 88 (commonly called the Model 1888 commission rifle) was a late 19th-century German bolt action rifle, adopted in 1888.

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Gewehr 98

The Gewehr 98 (abbreviated G98, Gew 98 or M98) is a German bolt-action Mauser rifle firing cartridges from a 5-round internal clip-loaded magazine that was the German service rifle from 1898 to 1935, when it was replaced by the Karabiner 98k, a shorter weapon using the same basic design.

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Glisenti Model 1910

The Glisenti Model 1910 was a 9mm calibre semi-automatic service pistol produced by the Italian company Società Siderugica Glisenti.

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Grenade

A grenade is a small weapon typically thrown by hand.

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Guntō

is the name used to describe Japanese swords produced for use by the Japanese army and navy after the end of the samurai era in 1868.

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Gurkha

The Gurkhas or Gorkhas with endonym Gorkhali (गोरखाली) are the soldiers of Nepalese nationality and ethnic Indian Gorkhas recruited in the British Army, Nepalese Army, Indian Army, Gurkha Contingent Singapore, Gurkha Reserve Unit Brunei, UN Peace Keeping force, and war zones around the world.

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Hales rifle grenade

The Hales rifle grenade is the name for several rifle grenades used by British forces during World War I. All of these are based on the No.

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Hatchet

A hatchet (from the Old French hachete, a diminutive form of hache, 'axe' of Germanic origin) is a single-handed striking tool with a sharp blade on one side used to cut and split wood, and a hammer head on the other side.

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Hebel Model 1894

Hebel Model 1894 was a flare gun used in both World Wars by various countries.

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Hino–Komuro pistol

The Hino–Komuro M1908 was a blow-forward operated, semi-automatic pistol of Japanese origin and was patented by Yujiro Komuro.

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Hotchkiss M1909 Benét–Mercié machine gun

The Hotchkiss M1909 machine gun was a light machine gun of the early 20th century, developed and built by Hotchkiss et Cie.

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Hotchkiss M1914 machine gun

The Mle 1914 Hotchkiss machine gun chambered for the 8mm Lebel cartridge became the standard machine gun of the French Army during World War I. It was manufactured by the French arms company Hotchkiss et Cie, which had been established in the 1860s by American industrialist Benjamin B. Hotchkiss.

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Jam tin grenade

The double cylinder, No.

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Jezail

The jezail (sometimes Jezzail from the Pashto language) was a simple, cost-efficient and often handmade muzzle-loading long arm commonly used in British India, Central Asia and parts of the Middle East in the past.

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Kaskara

The kaskara was a type of sword characteristic of Sudan, Chad, and Eritrea.

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Kingdom of Hejaz

The Hashemite Kingdom of Hejaz (المملكة الحجازية الهاشمية, Al-Mamlakah al-Ḥijāzyah Al-Hāshimīyah) was a state in the Hejaz region in the Middle East ruled by the Hashemite dynasty.

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Kingdom of Nepal

The Hindu Kingdom of Nepal (नेपाल अधिराज्य), also known as the Kingdom of Gorkha (गोर्खा अधिराज्य), was a Hindu kingdom formed in 1768 by the unification of Nepal.

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Kleinflammenwerfer

The first German man-portable flamethrower was called the Kleinflammenwerfer (small flamethrower) or "Kleif".

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Knife bayonet

A knife bayonet is a knife which can be used both as a bayonet, fighting or utility knife.

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Kropatschek rifle

A Kropatschek is any variant of a rifle designed by Alfred von Kropatschek.

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Kugelhandgranate

The Kugelhandgranate ("ball hand grenade") is the name given to a model of a hand thrown fragmentation grenade manufactured in Germany also known as Mod.

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Kukri

The kukri or khukuri (खुकुरी khukuri) is a Nepalese knife with an inwardly curved blade, similar to a machete, used as both a tool and as a weapon in Nepal.

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Lancaster pistol

The Lancaster Pistol was a multi-barrelled (either 2 or 4 barrels) handgun produced in England in the mid-late 19th century, chambered in a variety of centrefire pistol calibres—chiefly.38 S&W,.450 Adams,.455 Webley, and.577 inch.

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Leach trench catapult

The Leach trench catapult (sometimes called a Leach-Gamage catapult) was a bomb-throwing catapult used by the British Army on the Western Front during World War I. It was designed to throw a projectile in a high trajectory into enemy trenches.

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Lebel Model 1886 rifle

The Lebel Model 1886 rifle (French: Fusil Modèle 1886 dit "Fusil Lebel") is also known as the "Fusil Mle 1886 M93", after a bolt modification was added in 1893.

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Lee Speed

The Lee-Speed rifle was a bolt action rifle based on James Paris Lee's rear-locking bolt system and detachable magazine.

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Lee–Metford

The Lee–Metford rifle (a.k.a. Magazine Lee–Metford, abbreviated MLM) was a bolt action British army service rifle, combining James Paris Lee's rear-locking bolt system and detachable magazine with an innovative seven groove rifled barrel designed by William Ellis Metford.

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Lewis gun

The Lewis gun (or Lewis automatic machine gun or Lewis automatic rifle) is a First World War-era light machine gun of US design that was perfected and mass-produced in the United Kingdom, and widely used by British and British Empire troops during the war.

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Livens Projector

The Livens Projector was a simple mortar-like weapon that could throw large drums filled with flammable or toxic chemicals.

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Luger pistol

The Pistole Parabellum—or Parabellum-Pistole (Pistol Parabellum), commonly known in the United States as just Luger—is a toggle-locked recoil-operated semi-automatic pistol produced in several models and by several nations from 1898 to 1948.

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M1867 Russian Krnka

The M1867 Russian Krnka (Винтовка Крнка́) was a breech loading conversion of the muzzle-loading Model 1857 Six Line rifle musket designed by Czech arms maker, Sylvester Krnka.

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M1870 Belgian Comblain

The M1870 Belgian Comblain was a falling-block rifle invented by Hubert-Joseph Comblain of Liège, Belgium and produced in several variants known as the Brazilian, Chilean or Belgian Comblain.

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M1870 Italian Vetterli

The M1870 Vetterli was the Italian service rifle from 1870-1887, when it was gradually replaced with the M1870/87 Italian Vetterli-Vitali variant.

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M1879 Reichsrevolver

The M1879 Reichsrevolver, or Reichs-Commissions-Revolver Modell 1879 and 1883, were service revolvers used by the German Army from 1879 to 1908, when it was superseded by the Luger.

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M1885 Remington–Lee

The M1885 Remington–Lee (also known as the M1885 Lee, and "Navy M1885") is a bolt-action, box magazine repeating rifle designed principally by James Paris Lee.

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M1895 Colt–Browning machine gun

The Colt–Browning M1895, nicknamed "potato digger" because of its unusual operating mechanism, is an air-cooled, belt-fed, gas-operated machine gun that fires from a closed bolt with a cyclic rate of 450 rounds per minute.

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M1903 Springfield

The M1903 Springfield, formally the United States Rifle, Caliber.30-06, Model 1903, is an American five-round magazine fed, bolt-action service repeating rifle, used primarily during the first half of the 20th century.

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M1905 bayonet

The Model of 1905 bayonet was made for the U.S. M1903 Springfield rifle.

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M1911 pistol

The M1911 is a single-action, semi-automatic, magazine-fed, recoil-operated pistol chambered for the.45 ACP cartridge.

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M1917 bayonet

The M1917 bayonet was designed to be used with the US M1917 Enfield.30 caliber rifle, as well as with the seven different U.S. trench shotguns.

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M1917 Browning machine gun

The M1917 Browning machine gun is a heavy machine gun used by the United States armed forces in World War I, World War II, Korea, and to a limited extent in Vietnam; it has also been used by other nations.

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M1917 Enfield

The M1917 Enfield, the "American Enfield", formally named "United States Rifle, cal.30, Model of 1917" was an American modification and production of the.303-inch (7.7 mm) Pattern 1914 Enfield (P14) rifle (listed in British Service as Rifle No. 3) developed and manufactured during the period 1917–1918.

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M1917 revolver

The M1917 Revolver (formally United States Revolver, Caliber.45, M1917) was a U.S. six-shot revolver of.45 ACP caliber.

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M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle

The Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) is a family of American automatic rifles and machine guns used by the United States and numerous other countries during the 20th century. The primary variant of the BAR series was the M1918, chambered for the.30-06 Springfield rifle cartridge and designed by John Browning in 1917 for the U.S. Expeditionary Corps in Europe as a replacement for the French-made Chauchat and M1909 Benét–Mercié machine guns that US forces had previously been issued. The BAR was designed to be carried by infantrymen during an assault Article by Maxim Popenker, 2014. advance while supported by the sling over the shoulder, or to be fired from the hip. This is a concept called "walking fire" — thought to be necessary for the individual soldier during trench warfare.Chinn, George M.: The Machine Gun, Volume I: History, Evolution, and Development of Manual, Automatic, and Airborne Repeating Weapons, p. 175. Bureau of Ordnance, Department of the Navy, 1951. The BAR never entirely lived up to the original hopes of the war department as either a rifle or a machine gun. The U.S. Army, in practice, used the BAR as a light machine gun, often fired from a bipod (introduced on models after 1938).Bishop, Chris: The Encyclopedia of Weapons of World War II, p. 239. Sterling Publishing, 2002. A variant of the original M1918 BAR, the Colt Monitor Machine Rifle, remains the lightest production automatic gun to fire the.30-06 Springfield cartridge, though the limited capacity of its standard 20-round magazine tended to hamper its utility in that role. Although the weapon did see some action in World War I, the BAR did not become standard issue in the US Army until 1938, when it was issued to squads as a portable light machine gun. The BAR saw extensive service in both World War II and the Korean War and saw limited service in the Vietnam War. The US Army began phasing out the BAR in the late 1950s, when it was intended to be replaced by a squad automatic weapon (SAW) variant of the M14, and was without a portable light machine gun until the introduction of the M60 machine gun in 1957. The M60, however, was really a general-purpose machine gun (GPMG) and was used as a SAW only because the army had no other tool for the job until the M249 Squad Automatic Weapon in the mid-1980s.

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Machete

A machete is a broad blade used either as an implement like an axe, or in combat like a short sword.

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Madsen machine gun

The Madsen was a light machine gun that Julius A. Rasmussen and Theodor Schoubue designed and proposed for adoption by Colonel Vilhelm Herman Oluf Madsen, the Danish Minister of War, and that the Danish Army adopted in 1902.

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Mannlicher M1886

The Repeating Rifle Model 1886 commonly known as Mannlicher Model 1886 was a late 19th-century Austrian straight-pull bolt-action rifle, adopted in 1886.

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Mannlicher M1888

The Repeating Rifle Muster 1888 better known as Mannlicher M1888 was a bolt-action rifle used by several armies from 1888 to 1945.

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Mannlicher M1890 Carbine

Not to be confused with Mannlicher M1890 Rifle. The Repeating Carbine Model 1890 a.k.a. Mannlicher Model 1890 Carbine is a bolt-action rifle, designed by Ferdinand Mannlicher that used a new version of his straight-pull action bolt.

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Mannlicher M1893

The Mannlicher M1893 (or M93) is a bolt-action rifle that was the standard service rifle of the Kingdom of Romania from 1893 to 1938.

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Mannlicher M1894

The Mannlicher M1894 was an early blow-forward semi-automatic pistol.

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Mannlicher M1895

The Mannlicher M1895 (Infanterie Repetier-Gewehr M.95, Gyalogsági Ismétlő Puska M95; "Infantry Repeating-Rifle M95") is a bolt-action rifle, designed by Ferdinand Ritter von Mannlicher that used a refined version of his revolutionary straight-pull action bolt, much like the Mannlicher M1890 carbine.

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Mannlicher M1901

The M1901 Mannlicher Self-Loading, Semi-Automatic Pistol was an early semi-automatic pistol design.

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Mannlicher–Schönauer

The Mannlicher–Schönauer (sometimes Anglicized as "Mannlicher Schoenauer," Hellenized as Τυφέκιον Μάνλιχερ or Όπλον Μάνλιχερ-Σενάουερ) is a type of rotary-magazine bolt-action rifle produced by Steyr Mannlicher for the Greek Army in 1903 and later was also used in small numbers by the Austro-Hungarian armies.

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Mark I trench knife

The Mark I trench knife is an American trench knife designed by officers of the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) for use in World War I. It has a double-edged dagger blade useful for both thrusting and slashing strokes, unlike previous U.S. trench knives such as the M1917 and M1918.

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Marlin Model 1894

The Marlin Model 1894 is a lever-action repeating rifle introduced in 1894 by the Marlin Firearms Company of North Haven, Connecticut.

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Martini–Enfield

Martini–Enfield rifles were, by and large, conversions of the Zulu War era.577/450 Martini–Henry, rechambering the rifle for use with the newly introduced.303 British cartridge.

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Martini–Henry

The Martini–Henry is a breech-loading single-shot lever-actuated rifle that was used by the British Army.

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MAS 1873 revolver

The service revolver model 1873 Chamelot-Delvigne was the first double-action revolver used by the French Army.

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Mauser 1918 T-Gewehr

The Mauser 13 mm anti-tank rifle (Tankgewehr M1918, usually abbreviated T-Gewehr) is the world's first anti-tank rifle—the first rifle designed for the sole purpose of destroying armored targets—and the only anti-tank rifle to see service in World War I. Approximately 15,800 were produced.

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Mauser C78 "zig-zag"

The Mauser C78 zig-zag was a single-action revolver manufactured by Mauser during the late 19th century.

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Mauser C96

The Mauser C96 (Construktion 96) is a semi-automatic pistol that was originally produced by German arms manufacturer Mauser from 1896 to 1937.

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Mauser Model 1871

The Mauser Model 1871 adopted as the Gewehr 71 or Infanterie-Gewehr 71, or "Infantry Rifle 71" ("I.G.Mod.71" was stamped on the rifles themselves) was the first rifle model in a distinguished line designed and manufactured by Paul Mauser and Wilhelm Mauser of the Mauser company and later mass-produced at Spandau arsenal.

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Mauser Model 1889

The Mauser Model 1889 was a bolt-action rifle of Belgian origin.

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Mauser Model 1893

The Mauser Model 1893 is a bolt-action rifle commonly referred to as the Spanish Mauser, though the model was adopted by other countries in other calibers, most notably the Ottoman Empire.

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Mauser-Koka

In 1880, Serbian Major Kosta "Koka" Milovanović (Коста "Кока" Миловановић) developed an updated version of the Mauser Model 1871, still single-shot, but chambered in its unique 10.15×63R caliber.

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Mauser–Vergueiro

The Mauser–Vergueiro was a bolt-action rifle, designed in 1904 by José Alberto Vergueiro, an infantry officer of the Portuguese Army, and manufactured by Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken (DWM).

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Maxim gun

The Maxim gun was a weapon invented by American-born British inventor Hiram Stevens Maxim in 1884: it was the first recoil-operated machine gun in production.

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Meunier rifle

The Meunier rifle, known as the "Meunier A6" or "STA No.

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MG 08

The Maschinengewehr 08, or MG 08, was the German Army's standard machine gun in World War I and is an adaptation of Hiram S. Maxim's original 1884 Maxim gun.

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MG 13

The MG 13 (shortened from German Maschinengewehr 13) is a German light machine gun developed by converting the Dreyse Model 1918 heavy water-cooled machine gun, into an air-cooled version.

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MG 18 TuF

The Maschinengewehr 18 Tank und Flieger or MG 18 TuF, was a German dual-purpose heavy machine gun designed to fill both anti-tank and anti-aircraft roles.

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Mills bomb

Mills bomb is the popular name for a series of prominent British hand grenades.

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Mk 1 grenade

The Mk 1 grenade (sometimes spelled Mk I) is a fragmentation hand grenade used by American forces during World War I. According to its designers, it was to be the "simplest", yet most "fool-proof", grenade ever made.

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Mk 2 grenade

The Mk 2 grenade (initially known as the Mk II) is a fragmentation type anti-personnel hand grenade introduced by the U.S. armed forces in 1918.

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MK3 grenade

The MK3 offensive hand grenade is a cylindrical concussion grenade designed to produce casualties during close combat while minimizing danger to friendly personnel exposed in the open owing to minimal fragmentation.

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Modèle 1892 revolver

The Model 1892 revolver (also known as the "Lebel revolver" and the "St. Etienne 8mm") is a French service revolver produced by Manufacture d'armes de Saint-Étienne as a replacement for the MAS 1873 revolver.

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Model 17 grenade

The Model 17 Eierhandgranate ("egg grenade") is a small defensive and offensive hand grenade which was used by Germany during World War I. The average soldier could throw it 40 meters or farther.

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Model 1914 grenade

The Model 1914 grenade (Ручная граната образца 1914 года > Ruchnaya granata obraztsa 1914 goda, "Hand Grenade Pattern of year 1914") is a Russian stick concussion grenade (fragmentation grenade via an optional jacket) that was used during World War I and World War II.

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Mondragón rifle

The Mondragón rifle may refer to two rifle designs developed by Mexican artillery officer General Manuel Mondragón.

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Mortier de 58 mm type 2

The Mortier de 58 mm type 2, also known as the Crapouillot or "little toad" from its appearance, was the standard French medium trench mortar of World War I.

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Mosin–Nagant

The 3-line rifle M1891 (трёхлинейная винтовка образца 1891 года, tryokhlineynaya vintovka obraztsa 1891 goda), colloquially known as Mosin–Nagant (винтовка Мосина, ISO 9) is a five-shot, bolt-action, internal magazine–fed, military rifle developed from 1882 to 1891, and used by the armed forces of the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union and various other nations.

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MP 18

The MP 18 manufactured by Theodor Bergmann Abteilung Waffenbau was the first submachine gun used in combat.

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Murata rifle

The was the first indigenously produced Japanese service rifle adopted in 1880 as the Meiji Type 13 Murata single-shot rifle.

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Nagant M1895

The Nagant M1895 Revolver was a seven-shot, gas-seal revolver designed and produced by Belgian industrialist Léon Nagant for the Russian Empire.

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Newton 6-inch mortar

The Newton 6-inch mortar was the standard British medium mortar in World War I from early 1917 onwards.

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No. 1 grenade

The grenade, hand No.

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No. 15 ball grenade

The No.

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No. 2 grenade

The No.

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No. 6 grenade

The No.

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Nordenfelt gun

The Nordenfelt gun was a multiple barrel organ gun that had a row of up to twelve barrels.

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Parabellum MG 14

The Parabellum MG14 was a 7.9 mm caliber World War I machine gun built by Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken.

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Pattern 1908 and 1912 cavalry swords

The 1908 Pattern Cavalry Trooper's Sword (and the 1912 Pattern, the equivalent for officers) was the last service sword issued to the cavalry of the British Army.

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Pattern 1914 Enfield

The Rifle,.303 Pattern 1914 (or P14) was a British service rifle of the First World War period.

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Perino Model 1908

The Perino Model 1908 was an early machine gun of Italian origin designed earlier in 1901 by Giuseppe Perino, an engineer (Tecnico dell'Artiglieria).

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Pickaxe

A pickaxe, pick-axe, or pick is a hand tool with a hard head attached perpendicular to the handle.

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PM M1910

The PM M1910 (Russian: Пулемёт Максима образца 1910 года, Pulemyot Maxima obraztsa 1910 goda or "Maxim's machine gun model 1910") was a heavy machine gun used by the Imperial Russian Army during World War I and the Red Army during Russian Civil War and World War II.

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Push dagger

A push dagger (alternately known as: push knife, gimlet knife, fist knife, Stoßdolch (German), push dirk, T-handled knife or punch dagger) is a short-bladed dagger with a "T" handle designed to be grasped in the hand so that the blade protrudes from the front of one's fist, typically between the index and middle finger.

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Puteaux APX Machine Gun

The Puteaux Model APX 1905 Machine Gun was an early attempt to create a feasible machine gun for the French Army.

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Puteaux SA 18

The Puteaux SA 18 was a French single-shot, breech-loading cannon, used from World War I onward, primarily mounted on combat vehicles.

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Rast & Gasser M1898

The Rast & Gasser Model 1898 was a service revolver used by the Austro-Hungarian Army during World War I and various armies in World War II.

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Remington Model 10

The Remington Model 10 is a pump-action shotgun designed by John Pedersen with an internal hammer and a tube magazine which loaded and ejected from a port in the bottom of the receiver.

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Remington Model 14

The Remington Model 14 was a pump-action repeating rifle designed for the Remington Arms company by John Pedersen.

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Remington Model 8

The Remington Model 8 is a semi-automatic rifle designed by John Browning and produced by Remington Arms.

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Remington Rolling Block rifle

The Remington Rolling Block rifle was a breech-loading rifle produced from the mid-1860s into the early 20th century by E. Remington and Sons (later Remington Arms Company).

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Ross rifle

The Ross rifle was a straight-pull bolt action.303 inch-calibre rifle produced in Canada from 1903 until 1918. The Ross Mk.II (or "model 1905") rifle was highly successful in target shooting before World War I, but the close chamber tolerances, lack of primary extraction and overall length made the Mk.III (or "1910") Ross rifle unsuitable for the conditions of trench warfare, exacerbated by the often poor quality ammunition issued. By 1916, the rifle had been withdrawn from front line service, but continued to be used by many snipers of the Canadian Expeditionary Force until the end of the war due to its exceptional accuracy. The Ross Rifle Co. made sporting rifles from early in its production, most notably chambered in.280 Ross, introduced in 1907. This cartridge is recorded as the first to achieve over 3000 feet per second velocity, and the cartridge acquired a very considerable international reputation among target shooters and hunters.

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Roth–Steyr M1907

The Roth–Steyr M1907, or, more accurately Roth-Krnka M.7 Leszek Erenfeicht: Pra-pra-Glock: Repetierpistole M.7, in: Strzał Nr.

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Ruby pistol

The self-loading Ruby pistol is best known as a French World War I sidearm, the Pistolet Automatique de 7 millim.65 genre "Ruby".

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Sabre

The sabre (British English) or saber (American English) is a type of backsword with a curved blade associated with the light cavalry of the early modern and Napoleonic periods.

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Salvator-Dormus M1893

The Salvator-Dormus M1893 also known as Skoda M1893 was a heavy machine gun of Austro-Hungarian origin.

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Sauterelle

The Arbalète sauterelle type A, or simply Sauterelle (French for grasshopper), was a bomb-throwing crossbow used by French and British forces on the Western Front during World War I. It was designed to throw a hand grenade in a high trajectory into enemy trenches.

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Savage Model 1907

The Savage Model 1907 is a semi-automatic pocket pistol produced by the Savage Arms Company of Utica, New York, from 1907 until 1920 in.32 ACP and from 1913 until 1920 in.380 ACP caliber.

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Schönberger-Laumann 1892

The Schönberger-Laumann 1892 is regarded by some sources as the first semi-automatic pistol; although its 25 November 1891 Austrian patent was preceded by the 11 July 1891 patent awarded for the Salvator Dormus pistol.

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Schwarzlose machine gun

The Maschinengewehr (Schwarzlose) M. 7, also known as the Schwarzlose MG, is a medium machine-gun, used as a standard issue firearm in the Austro-Hungarian Army throughout World War I. It was utilized by the Dutch, Greek and Hungarian armies during World War II.

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Schwarzlose Model 1908

The Schwarzlose Model 1908 was a semi-automatic pistol, designed by Andreas Schwarzlose, released in 1908 in German Empire and produced until 1911.

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Shashka

The shashka (сэшхуэ; шашка) is a special kind of sabre; a very sharp, single-edged, single-handed, and guardless sword.

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Smith & Wesson Model 10

The Smith & Wesson Model 10, previously known as the Smith & Wesson.38 Hand Ejector Model of 1899, the Smith & Wesson Military & Police or the Smith & Wesson Victory Model, is a revolver of worldwide popularity.

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Smith & Wesson Model 3

The Smith & Wesson Model 3 was a single-action, cartridge-firing, top-break revolver produced by Smith & Wesson from circa 1870 to 1915, and was recently again offered as a reproduction by Smith & Wesson and Uberti.

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Smith & Wesson Triple Lock

The Triple lock, officially the Smith & Wesson.44 Hand Ejector 1st Model 'New Century', is a double-action revolver.

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Snider–Enfield

The British.577 Snider–Enfield was a breech-loading rifle.

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Spade

A spade is a tool primarily for digging, comprising a blade – typically narrower and less curved than that of a shovel – and a long handle.

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Springfield Model 1892–99

The Springfield Model 1892–99 Krag–Jørgensen rifle is a Norwegian-designed bolt-action rifle that was adopted in 1892 as the standard United States Army military longarm, chambered in U.S. caliber.30-40 Krag.

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St. Étienne Mle 1907

The French St.

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Star Model 14

The Star Model 1914 was produced by Star Bonifacio Echeverria S.A., and largely an improved version of the Star Model 1908, particularly in terms of ergonomics.

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Stevens Model 520/620

The Stevens Model 520 was a pump-action shotgun developed by John Browning and originally manufactured by the J Stevens Arms & Tool Company between 1909 and 1916.

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Steyr M1912

The Steyr M1912, also known as the Steyr-Hahn, is a semi-automatic pistol developed in 1911 by the Austrian firm Steyr Mannlicher, based on the mechanism of the Roth–Steyr M1907.

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Stielhandgranate

The Stielhandgranate (German for "stalk hand grenade") was a German hand grenade of unique design.

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Stiletto

A stiletto is a knife or dagger with a long slender blade and needle-like point, primarily intended as a stabbing weapon.

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Stokes mortar

The Stokes mortar was a British trench mortar invented by Sir Wilfred Stokes KBE that was issued to the British, Empire and U.S. armies, as well as the Portuguese Expeditionary Corps (CEP), during the later half of the First World War.

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Sultanate of Darfur

The Sultanate of Darfur was a pre-colonial state in present-day Sudan.

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Trench knife

A trench knife is a combat knife designed to kill or gravely incapacitate an enemy soldier at close quarters, as might be encountered in a trenchline or other confined area.

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Trench raiding

Trench raiding was a feature of trench warfare which developed during World War I. It was the practice of making small scale night-time surprise attacks on enemy positions.

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Trench raiding club

Trench raiding clubs were homemade melee weapons used by both the Allies and the Central Powers during World War I. Clubs were used during nighttime trench raiding expeditions as a quiet and effective way of killing or wounding enemy soldiers.

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Type 26 revolver

was the first modern revolver adopted by the Imperial Japanese Army.

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Type 3 heavy machine gun

, also known as the Taishō 14 machine gun, was a Japanese air-cooled heavy machine gun.

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Type 30 bayonet

The was a bayonet designed for the Imperial Japanese Army to be used with the Arisaka Type 30 Rifle and was later used on the Type 38 and Type 99 rifles.

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Type 30 rifle

The was a box-fed bolt-action repeating rifle that was the standard infantry rifle of the Imperial Japanese Army from 1897 (the 30th year of the Meiji period, hence "Type 30") to 1905.

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Type 35 rifle

The Type 35 Rifle (三十五年式) was created from the Type 30 rifle for the Imperial Japanese Navy as a replacement for their aging Type 22 Murata rifles and to try to correct the deficiencies of the Type 30 rifle.

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Type 38 rifle

The was a bolt-action rifle that supplemented the Type 99 Japanese standard infantry rifle during the Second World War.

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Type 44 carbine

The Type 44 Cavalry Rifle (四四式騎銃Yonyon-shiki kijū or Yonjūyon-shiki kijū) is a Japanese bolt-action rifle.

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VB rifle grenade

The Viven-Bessières rifle grenade, named after its inventorsDictionnaire de la Grande Guerre 1914-1918, F. Cochet & R. Porte (dir.), pages 1062-1063.

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Vickers machine gun

The Vickers machine gun or Vickers gun is a name primarily used to refer to the water-cooled.303 British (7.7 mm) machine gun produced by Vickers Limited, originally for the British Army.

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Villar-Perosa aircraft submachine gun

The Villar Perosa M15 was an Italian portable automatic firearm developed during World War I by the Officine di Villar Perosa.

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Wänzl rifle

The Wänzl rifle was a breechloading conversion of the M1854 & M1862 Lorenz rifle.

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Webley Revolver

The Webley Revolver (also known as the Webley Top-Break Revolver or Webley Self-Extracting Revolver) was, in various marks, a standard issue service pistol for the armed forces of the United Kingdom, and the British Empire and Commonwealth, from 1887 until 1963.

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Webley Self-Loading Pistol

The Webley Self-Loading Pistol was a design in early magazine-fed pistols.

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Webley–Fosbery Automatic Revolver

The Webley–Fosbery Self-Cocking Automatic Revolver was an unusual, recoil-operated, automatic revolver designed by Lieutenant Colonel George Vincent Fosbery, VC and produced by the Webley & Scott company from 1901 to 1924.

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Wechselapparat

The Germans introduced a small flamethrower in 1917 to replace the earlier Kleif.

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Werder pistol model 1869

The Werder pistol model 1869 was an infantry and light cavalry falling block pistol, invented by Johann Ludwig Werder in Bavaria and based on his rifle design of 1868.

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Werndl–Holub rifle

The M1867 Werndl–Holub was a single-shot breechloading rifle that the Austro-Hungarian army adopted in 1867.

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West Spring Gun

The West Spring Gun was a bomb-throwing catapult used by British, Canadian and Australian forces during World War I. It was designed to throw a hand grenade in a high trajectory into enemy trenches.

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Winchester Model 1886

The Winchester Model 1886 was a lever-action repeating rifle designed by John Browning to handle some of the more powerful cartridges of the period.

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Winchester Model 1892

The Winchester Model 1892 was a lever-action repeating rifle designed by John Browning as a smaller, lighter version of his large-frame Model 1886, and which replaced the Model 1873 as the company's lever-action for pistol-caliber rounds such as the.44-40.

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Winchester Model 1894

The Winchester Model 1894 rifle (also known as the Winchester 94 or Model 94) is a lever-action repeating rifle that became one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles of all time.

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Winchester Model 1895

The Winchester Model 1895 is a lever-action repeating firearm developed and manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company in the late 19th century, chambered for a number of full-size military and hunting cartridges such as 7.62×54mmR,.303 British,.30-03,.30 Army,.30-06,.35 Winchester,.38-72 Winchester,.40-72 Winchester and.405 Winchester.

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Winchester Model 1897

The Winchester Model 1897, also known as the Model 97, M97, or Trench Gun, was a pump-action shotgun with an external hammer and tube magazine manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company.

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Winchester Model 1907

The Winchester Model 1907 is a blowback-operated, semi-automatic rifle produced by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company beginning in 1906 with production ending in 1958.

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Winchester Model 1910

The Winchester Model 1910 (also known as the Model 10) is a blowback operated semi-automatic rifle produced by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company beginning in 1910 with production ending in 1936.

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Winchester Model 1912

The Winchester Model 1912 (also commonly known as the Model 12, or M12) is an internal-hammer, pump-action, shotgun with an external tube magazine.

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World War I

World War I (often abbreviated as WWI or WW1), also known as the First World War, the Great War, or the War to End All Wars, was a global war originating in Europe that lasted from 28 July 1914 to 11 November 1918.

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1.59-inch Breech-Loading Vickers Q.F. Gun, Mk II

The 1.59-inch Breech-Loading Vickers Q.F. Gun, Mk II was a British light artillery piece designed during World War I. Originally intended for use in trench warfare, it was instead tested for air-to-air and air-to-ground use by aircraft.

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10.5 cm Luftminenwerfer M 15

The 10.5 cm Luftminenwerfer M 15 (Pneumatic Trench Mortar) was a medium mortar used by Austria-Hungary in World War I. It was developed by the German firm of Ehrhardt & Sehmer.

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12 cm Luftminenwerfer M 16

The 12 cm Luftminenwerfer M 16 (Pneumatic trench mortar) was a medium mortar used by Austria-Hungary in World War I. It was developed by Austria Metal Works in Brno from their earlier, rejected, 8 cm project.

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12 cm Minenwerfer M 15

The 12 cm Minenwerfer M 15 (Trench mortar) was a medium mortar used by Austria-Hungary in World War I. It was designed by the Army's own Technisches und Administratives Militär-Komitee (TMK) as an enlarged 9 cm Minenwerfer M 14 in 1915.

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14 cm Minenwerfer M 15

The 14 cm Minenwerfer M 15 was a medium mortar used by Austria-Hungary in World War I. It was developed by Škoda Works as an alternative to a German design from Rheinische Metallwarenfabrik/Ehrhardt for which ammunition could not be procured.

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15 cm Luftminenwerfer M 15 M. E.

The 15 cm Luftminenwerfer M 15 M. E. (Pneumatic Trench Mortar Maschinenfabrik Esslingen) was a medium mortar used by Austria-Hungary in World War I. It was developed by the German firm Maschinenfabrik Esslingen in response to a German requirement.

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17 cm mittlerer Minenwerfer

The 17 cm mittlerer Minenwerfer (17 cm mMW) was a mortar used by Germany in World War I.

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1897 pattern British infantry officer's sword

The 1897 pattern infantry officers’ sword is a straight-bladed, three-quarter basket hilted sword that has been the regulation sword for officers of the line infantry of the British Army from 1897 to the present day.

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2-inch medium mortar

The 2 inch medium trench mortar, also known as the 2-inch howitzer, and nicknamed the "toffee apple" or "plum pudding" mortar, was a British smooth bore muzzle loading (SBML) medium trench mortar in use in World War I from mid-1915 to mid-1917.

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37 mm trench gun M1915

37-mm trench gun M1915 (Траншейная 37-мм пушка обр.) was a Russian battalion gun employed in World War I. With World War I switching into a trench warfare phase late in 1914, a need for a highly mobile artillery system to be used against enemy machine gun emplacements and other strongpoints became apparent.

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7.58 cm Minenwerfer

The 7.58 cm Minenwerfer a.A. (alter Art or old model) (7.58 cm leMW), was a German First World War mortar.

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7.5mm 1882 Ordnance

The Swiss 7.5mm center-fire revolver cartridge was used only in the 1882 and 1882/1929 revolvers of the Swiss army.

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7.62 cm Infanteriegeschütz L/16.5

The 7.62 cm Infanteriegeschütz L/16.5 was an infantry gun used by Germany in World War I. German field guns had proven too heavy to accompany the infantry in the assault and the Germans resorted to a variety of solutions in an effort to find something that could help the infantry deal with bunkers and other obstacles.

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7.65mm Roth–Sauer

The 7.65mm Roth–Sauer is a centerfire cartridge resembling a shortened.32 ACP.

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7.7 cm Infanteriegeschütz L/20

The 7.7 cm Infanteriegeschütz L/20 was an infantry gun used by Germany in World War I. It was designed by Krupp to rectify the shortcomings of the 7.62 cm Infanteriegeschütz L/16.5.

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7.7 cm Infanteriegeschütz L/27

The 7.7 cm Infanteriegeschütz L/27 was an infantry gun used by Germany in World War I. It was intended to replace the 7.7 cm Infanteriegeschütz L/20, but only saw limited service.

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8 cm Luftminenwerfer M 15

The 8 cm Luftminenwerfer M 15 (Pneumatic trench mortar) was a light mortar used by Austria-Hungary in World War I. It was designed by the 58th Infantry Division and the first twenty were built in the division's workshops.

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9 cm Minenwerfer M 14

The 9 cm Minenwerfer M 14 (Trench mortar) was a light mortar used by Austria-Hungary in World War I. It was designed by the Army's own Technisches und Administratives Militär-Komitee (TMK) in an effort to quickly satisfy the demand from the front for a light mortar.

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9 cm Minenwerfer M 17

The 9 cm Minenwerfer M 17 (Trench mortar) was a medium mortar used by Austria-Hungary in World War I. It was developed by the Hungarian Gun Factory to meet a competition held on 3 October 1917 to replace both of the earlier light mortars, the M 14/16 and the Lanz.

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9 cm Mortar Type GR

The 9 cm mortar Type GR was a World War I Russian mortar, developed circa 1915.

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9.15 cm leichtes Minenwerfer System Lanz

The 9.15 cm leichtes Minenwerfer System Lanz (Trench mortar) was a light mortar used by Germany and Austria-Hungary in World War I. It was a smooth-bore, breech-loading design that used smokeless propellant.

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References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_infantry_weapons_of_World_War_I

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