Weapons

Our weapons
Pre-WW1

  • G88 Austrian rifle

British and Commonwealth WW2

  • No 4 Lee Enfield
  • Sten gun Mk 2
  • Sten gun Mk 3
  • Bren gun
  • Vickers machine gun
  • Webley revolver

Italian WW2

  • Beretta M1938A

German WW2

  • Mauser K98K
  • MG42 general purpose machine gun
  • MG34 Early German WW2 machine gun
  • MP40 – standard German sub machine gun
  • ZB26 – Czech weapons used by Germans in early WW2 and predecessor to the Bren gun.  Britain copied and refined the design of this to provide the Bren gun
  • ZB30J - Czech weapons used by Germans in early WW2 and predecessor to the Bren gun.  Britain copied and refined the design of this to provide the Bren gun

American WW2

  • Thompson sub machine gun M1928
  • Thompson sub machine gun M1A1
  • M1 Garand
  • M1 carbine
  • M3 grease gun
  • 30 calibre Browning machine gun
  • 50 calibre Browning machine gun

Russian WW2

  • M1944 carbine
  • M1910/30 rifle
  • M1910 Maxim machine gun
  • PPSH41 sub machine gun
  • PPSH43 sub machine gun
  • SVT40 semi-automatic rifle
  • DP28 light machine gun

Vietnam

  • M16A1 rifle
  • M203 grenade launcher

British and Commonwealth post-war

  • GMPG
  • Sterling sub machine gun (any post war up until and including the Falklands conflict)
  • L1A1 SLR – post war British rifle (any post war up until and including the Falklands conflict)

Post-war other countries

  • UZI – Israeli weapon but used in most conflicts and still in use today. Used by special forces

Post-war eastern block and China

  • AK47 – assault rifle
  • AKM– assault rifle
  • SKS carbine semi-automatic rifle
  • PKM machine gun
  • PKT machine gun (tank mounted)