Bolt-action rifle employing the 7.92 × 57 mm cartridge, it was adopted as a standard infantry rifle in 1935 by the Wehrmacht.
Famous for its ergonomics, compact size, reliability, high rate of fire and for using the .45 ACP cartridge. Used by the US in World War II.
The MP40 was a very popular German submachine gun used during WWII primarily by mechanized infantry and paratroopers.
.30 caliber semi-automatic rifle that was the standard service rifle of the United States during World War II.
It was a very innovative weapon for its time due to its firepower, excellent precision, balance, light weight and ease of manufacture.
German 7.63 mm caliber submachine gun used by some Wehrmacht units during World War II.
The BAR was designed to be carried from the shoulder and fired from the hip or as a machine gun from a bipod.
Very innovative folding weapon for its time due to its firepower, excellent precision, balance, light weight and ease of manufacture.