Discussion in 'Small Arms and Edged Weapons' started by luka, Nov 21, 2007.
That's a fine job, tastefully presented!
You're missing the M57 Recoilless Rifle. I don't know if that's the proper spelling though.
I am aiming at the light weapon which one man can carry right now, all the crew service weapons will come a little later.
Sorry about that!
October 2008 Update
Page W33 ---> Switzerland - Solothurn Panzerbüchse Modell SS 41
Page W40 ---> USA - High Standard Model HD
You would need to include at least the
ZB vz. 26 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Also you need to have an entry for Brazil which sent an expeditionary force to Europe
Best and Warm Regards
Page W04 ---> China - Hanyang 88
Anyone have a good usable picture of a China built ZB-26?
What did the Brazilian military use back in those days?
BTW, if anyone know what weapon other countries using back then, please send in the list. I am doing all the small arms manufactured during that period, not limited to the ones actually fought the war.
Page W45 ---> USA - M18 57mm Recoilless Rifle
Page W04 --> China - Tsing Tao 7.63mm SMG
Maybe I missed it, but I don't see the Winchester model 12.
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OK, I got Brazil now, but only found a few Mauser rifles, anything to add?
luka: quick question; the M18 57mm Recoilless Rifle & Ammo as per your web page. Are they of the same scale? Reason I ask is that I have an M18 but no ammo and wish to make a display round of ammo and your site is the first I've seen with gun & ammo side by side.
The Brazilians in WWII were armed in Theatre by the US i.e in the early years of the war their arms were German, and when the FEB went to europe they were to be armed and supplied via us sources. Unless someone comes up with a more definitive answer, I can check with the MA at the Brazilian Embassy here and see if he can help(will have to be next week though)
I cut the M18 and the ammo out of seperate photos, but judging from the size of the warhead and the barrel thickness, I will like to think they are the same scale. Good luck with your project!
[FONT="]I am currently investigating this picture, it’s the first time I have ever seen picture of the folding stock and LMG version of the Stg 44. Anyone have more info on them?
This looks like an obvious photoshop by some Deusche Waffen enthusiast.
Ze Germans so advanced!
folding stock STG!
STG kurtz for close combat!
LMG version of the STG!
STG with under barrel grenade launcher (flare pistol, lol)
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I supposed you didn't check out his site did you? He was asking what to add and your list has already been included. Nice try though.