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Automatic Pistols (top)  “STEYR 1912 MOD. 1911”                                   (bottom) “ MANNLICHER / Md. 1905 / WAFFENFABRIK “

Automatic Pistols (top) “STEYR 1912 MOD. 1911” (bottom) “ MANNLICHER / Md. 1905 / WAFFENFABRIK “

UNIQUE BSA PROTOTYPE PISTOL IN .45ACP.

UNIQUE BSA PROTOTYPE PISTOL IN .45ACP.

After 1940 production In Belgium continued, but this time it was for the Germans who adopted the type as the standard pistol of the Waffen SS, although other arms of the German forces also used the weapon. To the Germans the Browning HP was known as the Pistole P620(b)

After 1940 production In Belgium continued, but this time it was for the Germans who adopted the type as the standard pistol of the Waffen SS, although other arms of the German forces also used the weapon. To the Germans the Browning HP was known as the Pistole P620(b)

Luger LP08 Artillery - 9x19mm Luger

Luger LP08 Artillery - 9x19mm Luger

Handgun Reference - Google Търсене

Handgun Reference - Google Търсене

Perhaps the most elegant and well-balanced automatic pistol of its era. The Steyr Mannlicher Model 1905

Perhaps the most elegant and well-balanced automatic pistol of its era. The Steyr Mannlicher Model 1905

Nicolas Pieper’s M1908/34 semi-automatic pistol Manufactured by Steyr in Austria for the Austrian police, who used the M1908 from 1934 to 1954.
It’s chambered in 7.65x17 Browning aka .32ACP and uses 7-rounds magazine.

Nicolas Pieper’s M1908/34 semi-automatic pistol Manufactured by Steyr in Austria for the Austrian police, who used the M1908 from 1934 to 1954.
It’s chambered in 7.65x17 Browning aka .32ACP and uses 7-rounds magazine.

M1941 Johnson Automatic Rifle - United States - produced 1940-1945 Caliber .30-06 - 25 round box magazine - 200-600 rpm 9,500 produced

M1941 Johnson Automatic Rifle - United States - produced 1940-1945 Caliber .30-06 - 25 round box magazine - 200-600 rpm 9,500 produced

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WWII Germany's Walther P38 is a 9 mm semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Walther arms as the service pistol of the Wehrmacht at the beginning of World War II. It was intended to replace the costly Luger P08, the production of which was scheduled to end in 1942.

WWII Germany's Walther P38 is a 9 mm semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Walther arms as the service pistol of the Wehrmacht at the beginning of World War II. It was intended to replace the costly Luger P08, the production of which was scheduled to end in 1942.

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