What is a brass world war 2 pin with two crossed rifles a 3 at the top and an H at the bottom?
the 3 stands for the 3 rd infantry [crossed rifles] H was the division,
hence the 3 rd infantry division,
I'm not certain what CAL designates. Typically, anything extra, numbers and/or letters is a unit designation. The crossed rifles, however, is specifically the symbol of Infantry. It can be nothing else. Crossed swords is Cavalry, crossed cannons is Artillery, the Caduceus is Medical, a flaming bombard is Ordinance, crossed semaphore flags is Signal/Communications.
It sounds like you are describing a collar brass insignia for Infantry. The Army had several Branches such as Infantry, Ordnance, Air Corps, Legal, Medical, etc. A soldier wore a round brass insiginia that was 1.0 inch diameter on the collar of his uniform that indicated his branch of service. On this disc was an emblem that was a symbol of his branch. The symbol for the infantry was crossed rifles. Notice that a soldier… Read More
I believe that represented those who served in the 'Ski Patrol'. Friend of mine was in the Ski Patrol in Europe.
Over 100 million rifles were used during World War 2.
All nations that were engaged in combat used rifles.
What does a World War 2 soldier's hat badge with two oak or laurel leaves in a V shape with crossed Enfield rifles symbolize?
If the badge you have is the same as the one here, wargamming.com then it is an Expert Rifleman Badge. It was obsolete by World War Two, but many who won it previously still wore it during the war.
Vases brass etched set of 3
the german side of the conflict used mainly the Mp series of SMGS and mauser rifles, the british had the tommyguns and rifles, japan had ariska rifles, china had stolen rifles and guns from japan and guns given by the USA, USA had the greasegun, tommygun, M1 rifles and M2 machineguns
All of them.
Yes. U.S. used 1903 Springfield with Warner-Swasey scope. Germany used many scoped commercial rifles as well as military rifles.
Brass is an abundant alloy and is found in locations throughout the world. Because it is abundant it is relatively cheap.
Standard infantry rifles did not, but there were scoped rifles used for sniping during WWI.
Over 10 million
Tens of millions world wide
the most popular brass instrument is the french horn. I also play it :)
m4 rifles and Steyr AUG
sniper and target rifles
yes they did
They used sub machine guns, sniper rifles, rifles, pistols, anti tank weapons, and machine rifles. Examples: The Thompson, BAR (Browning Automatic Rifle), M1A1 Carbine, etc....
m1 garand or the m1a1 carbine were the standard issue combat rifles. they were the semi automatic rifles of their time
machine guns, bolt action rifles, pistols, snipers, rifles, rocket propelled grenades, morters, grenades, and howitzers!
brass knuckles are not legal anywhere in the world, they were made just to injure and maim people, they serve no useful purpose.
It was in the middle and that's where everyone met and crossed the states. Or crossed the lines for a new place, a new place to migrate to.
To kill people Hello
they were my friends rlc and rifles and ctb
your mum is the date lol
Many different kinds of guns were used during World War I. Specifically, machine guns, submachine guns, Mauser rifles, and Lee-Enfield rifles were used.
Yes. Especially towards the start of the war, bolt action and semi automatic rifles were the most common infantry weapon used.
The bottom of the world is the void.
During World War 1 the sniper rifles were mostly the standard issue rifle that had a telescopic sight or Scope installed. The three main standard issue rifles that were used and modified for sniper detail were: the British Lee Enfield, The German Gewehr 98, and the American 1903 Springfield.
I know that winchester does not make any model 1894 rifles in 25-35 win.caliber anymore.Ypu may find some older ones on the market,but they will not be cheap.Most rifles chambered in 25-35 were made prior to world war II.
at the bottom
See Website: Arisaka (Rifles) Arisaka 6.5mm rifles entered Army service in about 1897; and continued into 1945 (WW2). Arisaka 7.7mm rifles entered Service in about 1939; and continued into 1945 (WW2).
Assault rifles made their appearance during WW2. However, the british used a machine gun in world war 1 called the Bren that was quite like an assault rifle of the day.
There were multiple bolt action rifles used in World War 2 on all sides. There were also semi and full-auto rifles used on all sides.
no, the world has no top or bottom, it is a spheroid.
This question makes absolutely no sense.
estimated 20 million pistols and rifles
Tanks, aeroplanes and bolt-action rifles.
pistols machine guns and rifles
Look on Wikipedia
Did somebody make a World War 1 or World War 2 brass knuckle trench knife with a detachable brass knuckles?
yes, 1918 LF&C mfg. trench knife. the handle can be removed but not recommended.
Brass is a substitutional alloy in which copper atoms in the host crystal are replaced by the similarly sized zinc atoms. World of Chemistry, McDougal Littll. page 459
People normally put North at the top of maps and South at the bottom. Since Antarctica is the southernmost thing in the world, it would be at the bottom. it is the bottom
M1 Garand was the most widespread rifle in WWII, but some were also given an M1A1 Garand. Few were given automatic rifles like the BAR and Thompson
For modern rifles I think it's a 60 cal it was an anti tank rifle in world war one or two. On google search modern firearms anti tank rifles and that website has it on there
No. The first "assualt rifle" was created late in the war by the Germans. The British used bolt action rifles, carbines, submachine guns an light machine guns.
By killing thousands of men and modernizing the war
Estimated 90 million AK-47's alone.