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Maybe not. Time period and geography is correct for the early version of the Darne shotgun. The breechblock opens to the right for loading. Should have a circle with the word DARNE underneath the barrels. I think you're trying to describe a "Zulu" shotgun. These were old military muskets converted to 12 gauge shotguns. Sold around the world for as little as $2 and might bring $100 today. You have the time period right, but more likely in Belgium than France. There is probably an ELG proof mark on the barrel.


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AlbaniaHandguns§ Glisenti Model 1910Rifles§ Carcano§ Mannlicher-Schönauer§ Mosin-NagantSubmachineguns§ Beretta Model 1918Machineguns§ Schwarzlose MG M.07/12§ Vickers machine gunAustriaHandguns§ Steyr M1912Rifles§ Steyr-Mannlicher M1895Submachinegunns§ MP 34Machineguns§ MG 30§ Schwarzlose MG M.07/12AustraliaHandguns§ Webley Mk.VI (.455) & Mk.IV (.38/200)§ Enfield revolver§ Browning Hi-PowerRifles§ Lee-Enfield§ Rifle No. 5 Mk I§ Charlton Automatic RifleSubmachine Guns§ Owen§ Austen submachine gun§ Thompson M1928A1§ StenMachine guns§ Lewis Gun§ Bren light machine gun§ Vickers machine gunAnti-Tank weapons§ PIAT§ Boys anti-tank rifleBelgiumHandguns§ Nagant M1895§ FN Model 1910/22Rifles§ Mauser M1936 (similar to Mauser 98)Machine Guns§ Maxim Mo8§ M1918 Browning Automatic RifleBrazilHandguns§ Colt M1917 revolver§ Colt M1911Rifles§ Mauser M1908 (similar to Gewehr 98)§ vz.24§ M1 Garand (U.S Lend Lease)§ M1 Carbine (U.S Lend Lease)§ Springfield M1903 (U.S Lend Lease)Submachine Guns§ Thompson submachine gun(U.S Lend Lease)§ M3 grease gun(U.S Lend Lease)Machine guns§ Browning M1919(U.S Lend Lease)§ Hotchkiss M1914§ M1941 Johnson machine gun(U.S Lend Lease)BulgariaHandguns§ Luger P08 pistolRifles§ Steyr-Mannlicher M1895§ Karabiner 98kSubmachinegun§ MP 34§ MP 40Machinegun§ MG 08§ MG 30§ MG 34CanadaHandguns§ Enfield revolver§ Browning Hi-Power§ Smith & Wesson Model 10Rifles§ Lee-Enfield SMLE§ Pattern 1914 Enfield§ Ross rifle (Canadian Navy only)Submachine Guns§ Sten§ Thompson submachine gun§ M50 Reising submachine gun§ M3 grease gunMachine Guns§ Bren light machine gun§ Lewis Gun§ M1941 Johnson machine gun§ Vickers machine gunAnti-tank weapons§ Boys anti-tank rifle§ PIATChinaList of National Revolutionary Army weapons, including warlords and Communists.Handguns§ Mauser C96 (Chinese Copy)§ Browning Hi-Power (Burma Campaign X-Forces and Y-Forces)§ Tokarev TT-30/TT-33 Chinese copy§ FN M1900 (Chinese copy)§ Nambu Pistol (captured from Japanese forces)§ Luger P08§ Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless (Issued to officers only)§ Nagant M1895Rifles§ Type 24 rifle-main battle rifle (Chinese licensed copy of Gewehr 98)§ Hanyang Type 88§ Mosin-Nagant M1891/30, M1938, M1944§ Mauser Karabiner 98k (mainly given to the early German trained divisions)§ Gewehr 98§ Browning Automatic Rifle (U.S Lend Lease)§ Mondragón rifle§ ZH-29§ Vz. 24§ FN 1924§ SVT-40 (Only used by communist forces)§ Arisaka Type 38 rifle, Type 44 carbine, and Type 99 rifle (captured from Japanese forces)§ M1 Garand (U.S Lend Lease)§ M1 Carbine (U.S Lend Lease)§ Springfield M1903 (U.S Lend Lease)Submachine Guns§ MP18§ M3 submachine gun (U.S Lend Lease)§ Thompson SMG (U.S Lend Lease and locally produced Chinese copies)§ Sten§ PPSh-41 (Only used by communist forces)§ PPS (Only used by communist forces)§ Type 100 submachine gun (captured from Japanese forces)§ United Defense M42 (U.S Lend Lease and locally produced Chinese copies)Light Machine Guns§ ZB vz.26 (purchased in large quantity from former Czechoslovakia, later local produced Chinese copies)§ ZB-30§ Browning M1919 Medium Machine Gun (U.S Lend Lease)§ MG34 (Chinese copy)§ Bren LMG§ Degtyaryov machine gun (Only used by communist forces)§ Type 11 light machine gun (captured from Japanese forces)§ Type 96 light machine gun (captured from Japanese forces)§ Type 99 light machine gun (captured from Japanese forces)§ FM-24/29Heavy Machine Guns'§ Chinese Type 24 Heavy Machine Gun (Chinese copy of MG 08)§ Browning M1917 (locally produced copies chambered for 7.92mm Mauser rounds)[1]§ PM M1910Anti-Tank weapons§ Boys anti tank rifle§ PTRDGrenades§ Model 24 grenade (Chinese copy)Close quarters weapons§ Dadao§ Miao dao§ HY1935 bayonet§ Qiang (spear)§ Type 30 bayonet (captured from Japanese forces)CzechoslovakiaHandguns§ ČZ vz. 38§ Pistole vz. 22§ ČZ vz. 27§ Pistole vz. 24Rifles§ vz. 24§ vz. 33§ ZH-29Sub Machine Guns§ ZK-383Machine Guns§ ZB vz. 26§ ZB-30§ ZB-50§ ZB-53EstoniaHandguns§ Browning Hi-Power§ Nagant M1895Rifles§ Lee-Enfield§ Mosin-NagantMachineguns§ PM M1910§ Madsen machine gunSubmachine guns§ Arsenal submachine gun§ Suomi KP/-31DenmarkHandguns§ Bergmann-Bayard pistol M10Rifles§ Gevær M/89Submachine guns§ Sten§ Lettet-Forsøgs submachine gunMachine Guns§ Madsen machine gun1. M242. M29FinlandHandguns§ Lahti L-35§ Luger pistol Used by the Finnish officers§ Ruby pistolRifles§ Mosin-Nagant variants§ M28 rifle a.k.a. Pystykorva§ M39 rifle a.k.a. Ukko-Pekka§ Carcano Special variant with rifle grenadesSubmachine Guns§ Suomi KP/-31§ PPSh-41 Russian Lend Lease while during Lapland WarMachine Guns§ Lahti-Saloranta M/26§ Maxim M/32-33§ DP machine gun§ Kg/1940 Light machine gun (Used by the Swedish volunteers)Anti-tank weapons§ Lahti L-39§ Boys anti-tank rifle§ Panzerschreck§ Panzerfaust§ Solothurn S-18/100§ 25 mm Hotchkiss anti-tank gunGrenades§ Molotov cocktail§ Model 24Anti-aircraft weapons§ 7,62 ITKK 31 VKT§ 20 ITK 40 VKTFranceHandguns§ Mle 1935§ MAB Model D pistol§ Star Model 14§ Browning M1910Rifles§ MAS-36§ Berthier rifle§ Lebel Model 1886 rifle§ Berthier carbine§ Fusil Automatique Modele 1917Submachine Guns§ MAS-38§ Thompson M1928§ Sten§ Ribeyrolle 1918 automatic carbineMachine Guns§ FM-24/29§ Hotchkiss M1914§ Hotchkiss M1922 machine gun§ Reibel machine gun§ MAC 1934§ Darne machine gun§ M1918 Browning Automatic RifleGrenade§ F1 grenade (France)Nazi GermanyHandguns§ Walther P38§ Luger P08§ Walther PP, PPK§ Sauer 38H§ Mauser HSC§ Dreyse M1907 - late war use as emergency measure§ Mauser C96§ VolkspistoleRifles§ Gewehr 41§ Gewehr 43§ Mauser Karabiner 98k§ Gewehr 98Submachine Guns§ MP 18/MP 28§ MP 34§ MP 35§ MP 40§ MP 3008 (10,000) - use in 1945 onlyMachine Guns§ MG 08§ MG 13 - second line units later in war§ MG 15 (about 18,000)§ MG 17§ MG 30§ MG 34§ MG 42Automatic Rifles§ Sturmgewehr 44§ FG-42§ StG 45(M)§ Volkssturmgewehr 1-5 (possibly 10,000 of all designs)Sniper Rifles§ Gewehr 43 (scoped)§ Gewehr 98 (scoped)§ Karabiner 98k (scoped)Shotguns§ M30 Luftwaffe drillingAnti-tank Weapons§ Panzerfaust§ Panzerschreck (approx 290,000)§ Panzerbüchse 38 & Panzerbüchse 39§ 8.8 cm Raketenwerfer 43 (3,000)Flamethrowers§ Flammenwerfer 35§ Einstossflammenwerfer 46§ Flammenwerfer 41Grenades§ Model 24 Stielhandgranate Offensive Hand Grenade§ Model 43 Stielhandgranate Offensive Hand Grenade§ Model 39 Eiergranate Hand Grenade§ Splitterring§ S-mine (anti-personnel mine)Close quarter weapons§ Kampfmesser 42§ S84/98 III Bayonet§ Luftwaffe SwordGreeceHandguns§ Ruby pistolRifles§ Lee Enfield§ M1 Garand§ Mannlicher-Schönauer§ Gras rifleSubmachine Gun§ Thompson submachine gunMachine Gun§ Schwarzlose MG M.07/12§ Modified Hotchkiss machine gun§ EPK (Pyrkal) Machine gun§ Saint Etienne Machine-GunHungaryHandguns§ FÉG 37M Pistol§ Frommer Stop§ FÉG 29M§ Frommer Lilliput§ 20M flare pistol§ 42M flare pistol§ 43M flare pistolRifles§ 35M rifle§ 43M rifle§ Steyr-Mannlicher M1895§ 95M Mannlicher§ 31M rifle§ 30M rifle§ 38M rifleSubmachine Guns§ Danuvia 39M§ Danuvia 43MMachine Guns§ Solothurn 31M light MG§ Schwarzlose 7/31M heavy MG§ Madsel LMG (Madsen golyószóró)§ 1934M Stange (MG34)§ 1942M Grunov (MG42)§ 42M (MG131)Anti-tank Weapons§ Solothurn 36M 20mm anti-tank rifle (S-18/100)§ Panzerschreck§ Kis Páncélököl (Panzerfaust Klein)§ Nagy Páncélököl (Panzerfaust 30)§ 43M kézi páncéltörő vető (Hungarian bazooka variant)§ 44M kézi páncéltörő vető (Hungarian panzerschreck variant)§ 36M mine§ 43M mineGrenades§ L-28M Goldmann§ 31M Vesiczky§ 36M Vécsey§ 37M Demeter§ 42M Vecsey§ 39A/M fire Grenade (Molotov cocktail)§ 43M smoke grenade§ Lila füstgyertyaItalyHandguns§ Beretta Modello 1934§ Beretta Modello 1935§ Glisenti M1910§ Roth-Steyr M1907Submachine Guns§ Moschetto Automatico Beretta 1938§ OVP (firearm)§ FNAB-43§ TZ-45§ Beretta Model 1918Rifles§ Carcano M1891§ Carcano M1891 Moschetto da Cavalleria (Cavalry Carbine)§ Carcano M1891TS Moschetto per Truppe Speciali (Special Troop Carbine)§ Carcano M1938 Carbine§ Steyr-Mannlicher M1895Machine Guns§ Breda Modello 30§ Fiat-Revelli Modello 1914§ Fiat-Revelli Modello 1935§ Breda Modello 1937Mortars§ Brixia Model 35Hand Grenades§ Bomba a Mano mod.35§ Bomba a Mano mod.42JapanHandguns§ Nambu Type 14§ Type 26§ Nambu Type 94Rifles§ Arisaka§ Type 38 Rifle§ Type 2 Rifle§ Type 38 Cavalry Rifle§ Type 99 Rifle§ Type 97 Sniper Rifle§ Type 44 Cavalry Rifle§ Type I Rifle§ Type 4 rifleSubmachine guns§ Nambu Type 100§ MP18§ Type 2Anti-tank Weapons§ Type 97 20 mm anti-tank rifle§ Lunge AT mineMachine Guns§ Type 11 Light Machine Gun§ Type 96 Light Machine Gun§ Type 97 Light Machine Gun§ Type 99 Light Machine Gun§ Type 92 Heavy Machine Gun§ Type 1 Heavy Machine Gun§ Type 3 Heavy Machine Gun§ Type 4 Heavy Machine GunGrenades§ Type 4 Grenade§ Type 10 Fragmentation Hand/Discharger Grenade§ Type 91 Fragmentation Hand/Discharger Grenade§ Type 97 Fragmentation Hand Grenade§ Type 99 Hand/Rifle Fragmentation GrenadeFlamethrowers§ Type 93 / Type 100Grenade Dischargers§ Type 10§ Type 89Swords§ Shin guntō§ Type 30 bayonetLatviaSubmachine guns§ Arsenal submachine gunMachineguns§ Lewis Gun§ Vickers machine gunLithuaniaHandguns§ M1895 Nagant§ Luger P08 pistolRifles§ Lee-Enfield§ Mosin Nagant§ Mauser 1898Machineguns§ Vickers machine guns§ ZB vz.26§ ZB vz.37§ M1917 Browning machine gun§ PM M1910LuxembourgRifles§ Gewehr 98§ Karabiner 98k§ Pattern 1914§ Ross RifleMachineguns§ MG 08§ Vickers machine gunThe NetherlandsHandguns§ FN Model 1903§ FN Model 1910/22Rifle§ M.95§ Lee EnfieldSubmachine guns§ Lanchester submachine gunMachine Gun§ Schwarzlose MG M.07/12§ Lewis GunNew ZealandHandguns§ Smith & Wesson M&P§ Webley Revolver§ Enfield revolverRifles§ Lee EnfieldSubmachine Guns§ Owen submachine gun§ Thompson submachine gun§ StenMachine guns§ Charlton Automatic Rifle (1500)§ Lewis gun§ Vickers machine gunAnti-tank weapons§ Boys anti-tank rifle§ PIATNorwayHandguns§ Colt M1914§ Nagant M1895§ Lahti L-35 (smuggled from Sweden & Finland)§ Walther P38 (Captured from German forces, used by the resistance)Rifles§ Krag-Jørgensen§ M1917 Enfield (Parachuted to the resistance movement as Military aid)§ Pattern 1914 Enfield (parachuted to the resistance movement as Military aid)§ Lee-Enfield (parachuted to the resistance movement as military aid)§ Karabiner 98k (captured from German forces, used by the Resistance)§ M1 Carbine (Parachuted to the Resistance movement)§ AG-42 (supplied to resistance movement by Sweden)§ Mosin-Nagant (smuggled from Finland & USSR, used by resistance in the North)§ Mas36 (leftover from French forces after the battle of Narvik, used by the resistance)Submachine Guns§ Sten (Used by the post Norwegian Campaign resistance, not the army.)§ MP40 (captured from German forces, used by resistance)§ Thompson M1928A1 (parachuted to the resistance movement as military aid)Machine Guns§ Madsen M/22§ Colt M/29§ Hotchkiss M1914 machine gun§ Browning M1919§ MG34 (captured from German forces,used by the resistance)§ kg/1940 Light machine gun§ Weibel M/1932MongoliaRifles§ Mosin-NagantSubmachineguns§ PPSh-41§ PPS-43Machineguns§ Russian M1910 Maxim§ SG-43 Goryunov§ DShKPolandHandguns§ Nagant M1895§ Radom Pistolet wz.35 Vis§ TT pistol (Used by Polish Armed Forces in the East)Rifles§ Kbsp wz. 1938M§ Karabin wz.98a (kb wz.98a)§ Karabinek wz.29 (kbk wz.29)§ rkm Browning wz.1928§ Lee Enfield (Used by the exiled army)§ Mosin-Nagant (Used by Polish Armed Forces in the East)Submachine gun§ Bechowiec-1§ Błyskawica (Used by the Polish Resistance)§ KIS (weapon)§ Choroszmanów§ Samoróbka§ Teteryka§ Wz.39§ Sten (Used by Polish Armed Forces in the West)§ PPS (Used by Polish Armed Forces in the East§ PPSh-41 (Used by Polish Armed Forces in the East)Machine Guns§ Ckm wz.30§ Machine gun Type C§ Bren (Used by the exiled army)§ DP (Used by Polish Armed Forces in the East)Anti-Tank Weapons§ Kb ppanc wz.35Grenades§ Fragmentation Grenade wz.1933§ Concussion Grenade wz.1933Flamethrower§ K pattern flamethrower (Used by the polish resistance)Grenade launcher§ Granatnik wz.36Close quarter Weapons§ Lance (Polish Cavalry) secondary weapon close quarters combat§ Szabla (Polish Cavalry) secondary weapon close quarters combatRomaniaHandguns§ Ruby pistol§ Beretta M 1934§ Steyr M1912Rifles§ vz.24§ Karabiner 98k§ Mosin-NagantSubmachine Guns§ Orita M1941§ PPSh 41Machine Guns§ ZB vz. 26§ ZB-30§ MG 34§ PM M1910§ ZB-53South AfricaPistols§ Webley RevolverRifles§ Lee Enfield§ Rieder Automatic Rifle§ Jungle CarbineSubmachine guns§ StenMachine Guns§ Vickers machine gun§ Bren light machine gunAnti-Tank Weapons§ PIAT§ 3.5-inch rocket launcherMortars§ 2-inch mortarSoviet UnionHandguns§ Nagant M1895 revolver§ Tokarev TT-30/TT-33 semiautomatic pistolRifles§ Mosin-Nagant M1891/30, M1938, M1944 bolt-action rifle§ Tokarev SVT-38, SVT-40 semiautomatic rifle§ AVS-36 semiautomatic rifle - taken out of service in 1941§ Fedorov Avtomat automatic rifle§ SKS (semiautomatic rifle, tested in combat in very small numbers at the end of the war)Submachine Guns§ PPD-40§ PPSh-41§ PPS§ MP 40 (captured from German forces)Machine Guns§ DP-28 Light Machine Gun§ DShK 1938 Heavy Machine Gun§ DS-39 - production stopped 1941§ PM M1910 medium machine gun§ SG-43 Goryunov medium machine gun - 1943 onwards§ RPD (used in the last stages of the war)§ MG-42 (captured from German forces)Anti-Tank Weapons§ PTRD-41 Bolt-action Anti-Tank Rifle§ PTRS-41 Semi-Automatic Anti-Tank RifleGrenades§ F1 Fragmentation Hand Grenade§ RGD-33 Fragmentation Hand Grenade§ RG-41 Anti-Tank Hand Grenade§ RG-42 Fragmentation Hand Grenade§ RPG-43 HEAT (High Explosive Anti-Tank) Hand Grenade§ RPG-6 HEAT (High Explosive Anti-Tank) Hand Grenade§ Molotov CocktailFlamethrowers§ ROKS-2§ ROKS-3Sniper Rifles§ Mosin-Nagant M1891/30, M1938, M1944 (scoped)§ Tokarev SVT-38, SVT-40 (scoped)Swords§ ShashkaKnife§ NR-40ThailandRifles§ Type 45 Siamese Mauser§ Type-66 Siamese MauserMachine guns§ Madsen machine gun§ Type 66 Browing HMG§ Type 77 Vickers Armstrong HMG§ Type 92 heavy machine gunUnited KingdomHandguns§ Enfield Revolver No.2 Mk.I§ Webley Mk.VI (.455) & Mk.IV (.38/200)§ FN/Inglis Pistol No.2 Mk.I and Mk 1*§ Smith & Wesson M&P§ Colt M1911A1§ WelrodRifles§ Short Magazine Lee-Enfield§ Rifle No. 5 Mk I§ Pattern 14 (P14) "No.3"§ De Lisle Carbine (Limited to British Commandos)§ M1 carbineSubmachine guns§ Sten - about 4 million produced from all sources§ Lanchester§ Thompson M1928, M1928A1, M1Machine Guns§ Bren light machine gun§ Lewis light machine gun§ Vickers K machine gun§ Vickers machine gun§ Besa machine gun§ M2 Browning machine gunAnti-Tank Weapons§ Projector, Infantry, Anti-Tank (PIAT)§ Rifle, Anti-Tank, .55 in, BoysGrenades§ No.36M Mk.I Fragmentation Hand/Rifle Grenade or "Mills Bomb"§ Grenade, Rifle No. 68 AT - HEAT anti-tank rifle grenade§ No.69 Mk.I Bakelite Concussion Hand Grenade§ No.76 Special Incendiary Phosphorus Hand Grenade§ No.73 Anti-Tank Hand Grenade "Thermos Grenade"§ No.74 ST Grenade, or "Sticky Bomb" - an anti-tank hand grenade§ No.75 Anti-Tank Hand Grenade known as "Hawkins Grenade" or "Hawkins Mine"§ No.77 (White Phosphorus) Hand Grenade§ No.82 Hand Grenade - known as "Gammon Grenade/Bomb"Mortars§ 2-inch mortar§ Ordnance ML 3 inch MortarFlamethrowers§ No.II Mk.II Flamethrower "Lifebuoy"Sniper rifles§ Lee-Enfield (scoped)§ Pattern 1914 (scoped)§ M1D Garand (Scoped)Knives§ Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting KnifeUnited StatesHandguns§ Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless§ Colt M1911A1§ Colt M1917 revolver§ Colt Official Police {Colt M1927 Aka "Colt Commando"}§ FP-45 Liberator§ Smith & Wesson M&P§ WelrodRifles§ M1 Garand§ M1 Carbine§ M1903 Springfield§ M1917 Enfield rifle§ M1941 Johnson rifleSubmachine Guns§ Thompson M1928, M1928A1, M1, M1A1§ M3/A1 'Grease Gun'§ M50 Reising submachine gun§ United Defense M42 (15,000)Machine Guns§ Browning M1917A1 Heavy Machine Gun§ Browning M1919 Medium Machine Gun§ Browning M2 Heavy Machine Gun§ M1941 Johnson machine gun§ Lewis gun§ M1918 Browning Automatic RifleSniper Rifles§ M1 Garand (scoped)§ M1903 Springfield (scoped)§ M1917 Enfield (scoped)Shotgun (Commonly used by the Marines in the Pacific theater, limited use in Europe)§ Ithaca 37§ Trench gun M1897 (Used in the Western front)§ M12 Shotgun§ Browning Auto-5§ Coach gun§ Remington 31Anti-Tank Weapons§ Rocket Launcher, M1/A1 "Bazooka"§ M18 recoilless rifleFlamethrowers§ M2 flamethrower§ M1A1 FlamethrowerGrenades§ Mk.2 Fragmentation Hand GrenadeGrenade launcher§ M7 grenade launcherMortars§ M1 Mortar§ M2 4.2 inch mortar§ M2 MortarKnife§ Ka-Bar§ M1 bayonet§ M1905 bayonet§ M1942 bayonet§ Mark I trench knife§ V-42 Stiletto§ United States Marine Raider StilettoKingdom of YugoslaviaHandguns§ Ruby pistol§ FN Model 1910 (Also the 1922 was used)Rifles§ M24 series§ Mauser 98§ Kbk wz. 1929§ vz. 24§ SteyrSubmachinegun§ Erma EMP-35Machineguns§ Chauchat§ Fiat-Revelli Modello 1914§ ZB vz. 26Grenades§ Vasić M.12 modelAlbaniaHandguns§ Glisenti Model 1910Rifles§ Carcano§ Mannlicher-Schönauer§ Mosin-NagantSubmachineguns§ Beretta Model 1918Machineguns§ Schwarzlose MG M.07/12§ Vickers machine gunAustriaHandguns§ Steyr M1912Rifles§ Steyr-Mannlicher M1895Submachinegunns§ MP 34Machineguns§ MG 30§ Schwarzlose MG M.07/12AustraliaHandguns§ Webley Mk.VI (.455) & Mk.IV (.38/200)§ Enfield revolver§ Browning Hi-PowerRifles§ Lee-Enfield§ Rifle No. 5 Mk I§ Charlton Automatic RifleSubmachine Guns§ Owen§ Austen submachine gun§ Thompson M1928A1§ StenMachine guns§ Lewis Gun§ Bren light machine gun§ Vickers machine gunAnti-Tank weapons§ PIAT§ Boys anti-tank rifleBelgiumHandguns§ Nagant M1895§ FN Model 1910/22Rifles§ Mauser M1936 (similar to Mauser 98)Machine Guns§ Maxim Mo8§ M1918 Browning Automatic RifleBrazilHandguns§ Colt M1917 revolver§ Colt M1911Rifles§ Mauser M1908 (similar to Gewehr 98)§ vz.24§ M1 Garand (U.S Lend Lease)§ M1 Carbine (U.S Lend Lease)§ Springfield M1903 (U.S Lend Lease)Submachine Guns§ Thompson submachine gun(U.S Lend Lease)§ M3 grease gun(U.S Lend Lease)Machine guns§ Browning M1919(U.S Lend Lease)§ Hotchkiss M1914§ M1941 Johnson machine gun(U.S Lend Lease)BulgariaHandguns§ Luger P08 pistolRifles§ Steyr-Mannlicher M1895§ Karabiner 98kSubmachinegun§ MP 34§ MP 40Machinegun§ MG 08§ MG 30§ MG 34CanadaHandguns§ Enfield revolver§ Browning Hi-Power§ Smith & Wesson Model 10Rifles§ Lee-Enfield SMLE§ Pattern 1914 Enfield§ Ross rifle (Canadian Navy only)Submachine Guns§ Sten§ Thompson submachine gun§ M50 Reising submachine gun§ M3 grease gunMachine Guns§ Bren light machine gun§ Lewis Gun§ M1941 Johnson machine gun§ Vickers machine gunAnti-tank weapons§ Boys anti-tank rifle§ PIATChinaList of National Revolutionary Army weapons, including warlords and Communists.Handguns§ Mauser C96 (Chinese Copy)§ Browning Hi-Power (Burma Campaign X-Forces and Y-Forces)§ Tokarev TT-30/TT-33 Chinese copy§ FN M1900 (Chinese copy)§ Nambu Pistol (captured from Japanese forces)§ Luger P08§ Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless (Issued to officers only)§ Nagant M1895Rifles§ Type 24 rifle-main battle rifle (Chinese licensed copy of Gewehr 98)§ Hanyang Type 88§ Mosin-Nagant M1891/30, M1938, M1944§ Mauser Karabiner 98k (mainly given to the early German trained divisions)§ Gewehr 98§ Browning Automatic Rifle (U.S Lend Lease)§ Mondragón rifle§ ZH-29§ Vz. 24§ FN 1924§ SVT-40 (Only used by communist forces)§ Arisaka Type 38 rifle, Type 44 carbine, and Type 99 rifle (captured from Japanese forces)§ M1 Garand (U.S Lend Lease)§ M1 Carbine (U.S Lend Lease)§ Springfield M1903 (U.S Lend Lease)Submachine Guns§ MP18§ M3 submachine gun (U.S Lend Lease)§ Thompson SMG (U.S Lend Lease and locally produced Chinese copies)§ Sten§ PPSh-41 (Only used by communist forces)§ PPS (Only used by communist forces)§ Type 100 submachine gun (captured from Japanese forces)§ United Defense M42 (U.S Lend Lease and locally produced Chinese copies)Light Machine Guns§ ZB vz.26 (purchased in large quantity from former Czechoslovakia, later local produced Chinese copies)§ ZB-30§ Browning M1919 Medium Machine Gun (U.S Lend Lease)§ MG34 (Chinese copy)§ Bren LMG§ Degtyaryov machine gun (Only used by communist forces)§ Type 11 light machine gun (captured from Japanese forces)§ Type 96 light machine gun (captured from Japanese forces)§ Type 99 light machine gun (captured from Japanese forces)§ FM-24/29Heavy Machine Guns'§ Chinese Type 24 Heavy Machine Gun (Chinese copy of MG 08)§ Browning M1917 (locally produced copies chambered for 7.92mm Mauser rounds)[1]§ PM M1910Anti-Tank weapons§ Boys anti tank rifle§ PTRDGrenades§ Model 24 grenade (Chinese copy)Close quarters weapons§ Dadao§ Miao dao§ HY1935 bayonet§ Qiang (spear)§ Type 30 bayonet (captured from Japanese forces)CzechoslovakiaHandguns§ ČZ vz. 38§ Pistole vz. 22§ ČZ vz. 27§ Pistole vz. 24Rifles§ vz. 24§ vz. 33§ ZH-29Sub Machine Guns§ ZK-383Machine Guns§ ZB vz. 26§ ZB-30§ ZB-50§ ZB-53EstoniaHandguns§ Browning Hi-Power§ Nagant M1895Rifles§ Lee-Enfield§ Mosin-NagantMachineguns§ PM M1910§ Madsen machine gunSubmachine guns§ Arsenal submachine gun§ Suomi KP/-31DenmarkHandguns§ Bergmann-Bayard pistol M10Rifles§ Gevær M/89Submachine guns§ Sten§ Lettet-Forsøgs submachine gunMachine Guns§ Madsen machine gun1. M242. M29FinlandHandguns§ Lahti L-35§ Luger pistol Used by the Finnish officers§ Ruby pistolRifles§ Mosin-Nagant variants§ M28 rifle a.k.a. Pystykorva§ M39 rifle a.k.a. Ukko-Pekka§ Carcano Special variant with rifle grenadesSubmachine Guns§ Suomi KP/-31§ PPSh-41 Russian Lend Lease while during Lapland WarMachine Guns§ Lahti-Saloranta M/26§ Maxim M/32-33§ DP machine gun§ Kg/1940 Light machine gun (Used by the Swedish volunteers)Anti-tank weapons§ Lahti L-39§ Boys anti-tank rifle§ Panzerschreck§ Panzerfaust§ Solothurn S-18/100§ 25 mm Hotchkiss anti-tank gunGrenades§ Molotov cocktail§ Model 24Anti-aircraft weapons§ 7,62 ITKK 31 VKT§ 20 ITK 40 VKTFranceHandguns§ Mle 1935§ MAB Model D pistol§ Star Model 14§ Browning M1910Rifles§ MAS-36§ Berthier rifle§ Lebel Model 1886 rifle§ Berthier carbine§ Fusil Automatique Modele 1917Submachine Guns§ MAS-38§ Thompson M1928§ Sten§ Ribeyrolle 1918 automatic carbineMachine Guns§ FM-24/29§ Hotchkiss M1914§ Hotchkiss M1922 machine gun§ Reibel machine gun§ MAC 1934§ Darne machine gun§ M1918 Browning Automatic RifleGrenade§ F1 grenade (France)Nazi GermanyHandguns§ Walther P38§ Luger P08§ Walther PP, PPK§ Sauer 38H§ Mauser HSC§ Dreyse M1907 - late war use as emergency measure§ Mauser C96§ VolkspistoleRifles§ Gewehr 41§ Gewehr 43§ Mauser Karabiner 98k§ Gewehr 98Submachine Guns§ MP 18/MP 28§ MP 34§ MP 35§ MP 40§ MP 3008 (10,000) - use in 1945 onlyMachine Guns§ MG 08§ MG 13 - second line units later in war§ MG 15 (about 18,000)§ MG 17§ MG 30§ MG 34§ MG 42Automatic Rifles§ Sturmgewehr 44§ FG-42§ StG 45(M)§ Volkssturmgewehr 1-5 (possibly 10,000 of all designs)Sniper Rifles§ Gewehr 43 (scoped)§ Gewehr 98 (scoped)§ Karabiner 98k (scoped)Shotguns§ M30 Luftwaffe drillingAnti-tank Weapons§ Panzerfaust§ Panzerschreck (approx 290,000)§ Panzerbüchse 38 & Panzerbüchse 39§ 8.8 cm Raketenwerfer 43 (3,000)Flamethrowers§ Flammenwerfer 35§ Einstossflammenwerfer 46§ Flammenwerfer 41Grenades§ Model 24 Stielhandgranate Offensive Hand Grenade§ Model 43 Stielhandgranate Offensive Hand Grenade§ Model 39 Eiergranate Hand Grenade§ Splitterring§ S-mine (anti-personnel mine)Close quarter weapons§ Kampfmesser 42§ S84/98 III Bayonet§ Luftwaffe SwordGreeceHandguns§ Ruby pistolRifles§ Lee Enfield§ M1 Garand§ Mannlicher-Schönauer§ Gras rifleSubmachine Gun§ Thompson submachine gunMachine Gun§ Schwarzlose MG M.07/12§ Modified Hotchkiss machine gun§ EPK (Pyrkal) Machine gun§ Saint Etienne Machine-GunHungaryHandguns§ FÉG 37M Pistol§ Frommer Stop§ FÉG 29M§ Frommer Lilliput§ 20M flare pistol§ 42M flare pistol§ 43M flare pistolRifles§ 35M rifle§ 43M rifle§ Steyr-Mannlicher M1895§ 95M Mannlicher§ 31M rifle§ 30M rifle§ 38M rifleSubmachine Guns§ Danuvia 39M§ Danuvia 43MMachine Guns§ Solothurn 31M light MG§ Schwarzlose 7/31M heavy MG§ Madsel LMG (Madsen golyószóró)§ 1934M Stange (MG34)§ 1942M Grunov (MG42)§ 42M (MG131)Anti-tank Weapons§ Solothurn 36M 20mm anti-tank rifle (S-18/100)§ Panzerschreck§ Kis Páncélököl (Panzerfaust Klein)§ Nagy Páncélököl (Panzerfaust 30)§ 43M kézi páncéltörő vető (Hungarian bazooka variant)§ 44M kézi páncéltörő vető (Hungarian panzerschreck variant)§ 36M mine§ 43M mineGrenades§ L-28M Goldmann§ 31M Vesiczky§ 36M Vécsey§ 37M Demeter§ 42M Vecsey§ 39A/M fire Grenade (Molotov cocktail)§ 43M smoke grenade§ Lila füstgyertyaItalyHandguns§ Beretta Modello 1934§ Beretta Modello 1935§ Glisenti M1910§ Roth-Steyr M1907Submachine Guns§ Moschetto Automatico Beretta 1938§ OVP (firearm)§ FNAB-43§ TZ-45§ Beretta Model 1918Rifles§ Carcano M1891§ Carcano M1891 Moschetto da Cavalleria (Cavalry Carbine)§ Carcano M1891TS Moschetto per Truppe Speciali (Special Troop Carbine)§ Carcano M1938 Carbine§ Steyr-Mannlicher M1895Machine Guns§ Breda Modello 30§ Fiat-Revelli Modello 1914§ Fiat-Revelli Modello 1935§ Breda Modello 1937Mortars§ Brixia Model 35Hand Grenades§ Bomba a Mano mod.35§ Bomba a Mano mod.42JapanHandguns§ Nambu Type 14§ Type 26§ Nambu Type 94Rifles§ Arisaka§ Type 38 Rifle§ Type 2 Rifle§ Type 38 Cavalry Rifle§ Type 99 Rifle§ Type 97 Sniper Rifle§ Type 44 Cavalry Rifle§ Type I Rifle§ Type 4 rifleSubmachine guns§ Nambu Type 100§ MP18§ Type 2Anti-tank Weapons§ Type 97 20 mm anti-tank rifle§ Lunge AT mineMachine Guns§ Type 11 Light Machine Gun§ Type 96 Light Machine Gun§ Type 97 Light Machine Gun§ Type 99 Light Machine Gun§ Type 92 Heavy Machine Gun§ Type 1 Heavy Machine Gun§ Type 3 Heavy Machine Gun§ Type 4 Heavy Machine GunGrenades§ Type 4 Grenade§ Type 10 Fragmentation Hand/Discharger Grenade§ Type 91 Fragmentation Hand/Discharger Grenade§ Type 97 Fragmentation Hand Grenade§ Type 99 Hand/Rifle Fragmentation GrenadeFlamethrowers§ Type 93 / Type 100Grenade Dischargers§ Type 10§ Type 89Swords§ Shin guntō§ Type 30 bayonetLatviaSubmachine guns§ Arsenal submachine gunMachineguns§ Lewis Gun§ Vickers machine gunLithuaniaHandguns§ M1895 Nagant§ Luger P08 pistolRifles§ Lee-Enfield§ Mosin Nagant§ Mauser 1898Machineguns§ Vickers machine guns§ ZB vz.26§ ZB vz.37§ M1917 Browning machine gun§ PM M1910LuxembourgRifles§ Gewehr 98§ Karabiner 98k§ Pattern 1914§ Ross RifleMachineguns§ MG 08§ Vickers machine gunThe NetherlandsHandguns§ FN Model 1903§ FN Model 1910/22Rifle§ M.95§ Lee EnfieldSubmachine guns§ Lanchester submachine gunMachine Gun§ Schwarzlose MG M.07/12§ Lewis GunNew ZealandHandguns§ Smith & Wesson M&P§ Webley Revolver§ Enfield revolverRifles§ Lee EnfieldSubmachine Guns§ Owen submachine gun§ Thompson submachine gun§ StenMachine guns§ Charlton Automatic Rifle (1500)§ Lewis gun§ Vickers machine gunAnti-tank weapons§ Boys anti-tank rifle§ PIATNorwayHandguns§ Colt M1914§ Nagant M1895§ Lahti L-35 (smuggled from Sweden & Finland)§ Walther P38 (Captured from German forces, used by the resistance)Rifles§ Krag-Jørgensen§ M1917 Enfield (Parachuted to the resistance movement as Military aid)§ Pattern 1914 Enfield (parachuted to the resistance movement as Military aid)§ Lee-Enfield (parachuted to the resistance movement as military aid)§ Karabiner 98k (captured from German forces, used by the Resistance)§ M1 Carbine (Parachuted to the Resistance movement)§ AG-42 (supplied to resistance movement by Sweden)§ Mosin-Nagant (smuggled from Finland & USSR, used by resistance in the North)§ Mas36 (leftover from French forces after the battle of Narvik, used by the resistance)Submachine Guns§ Sten (Used by the post Norwegian Campaign resistance, not the army.)§ MP40 (captured from German forces, used by resistance)§ Thompson M1928A1 (parachuted to the resistance movement as military aid)Machine Guns§ Madsen M/22§ Colt M/29§ Hotchkiss M1914 machine gun§ Browning M1919§ MG34 (captured from German forces,used by the resistance)§ kg/1940 Light machine gun§ Weibel M/1932MongoliaRifles§ Mosin-NagantSubmachineguns§ PPSh-41§ PPS-43Machineguns§ Russian M1910 Maxim§ SG-43 Goryunov§ DShKPolandHandguns§ Nagant M1895§ Radom Pistolet wz.35 Vis§ TT pistol (Used by Polish Armed Forces in the East)Rifles§ Kbsp wz. 1938M§ Karabin wz.98a (kb wz.98a)§ Karabinek wz.29 (kbk wz.29)§ rkm Browning wz.1928§ Lee Enfield (Used by the exiled army)§ Mosin-Nagant (Used by Polish Armed Forces in the East)Submachine gun§ Bechowiec-1§ Błyskawica (Used by the Polish Resistance)§ KIS (weapon)§ Choroszmanów§ Samoróbka§ Teteryka§ Wz.39§ Sten (Used by Polish Armed Forces in the West)§ PPS (Used by Polish Armed Forces in the East§ PPSh-41 (Used by Polish Armed Forces in the East)Machine Guns§ Ckm wz.30§ Machine gun Type C§ Bren (Used by the exiled army)§ DP (Used by Polish Armed Forces in the East)Anti-Tank Weapons§ Kb ppanc wz.35Grenades§ Fragmentation Grenade wz.1933§ Concussion Grenade wz.1933Flamethrower§ K pattern flamethrower (Used by the polish resistance)Grenade launcher§ Granatnik wz.36Close quarter Weapons§ Lance (Polish Cavalry) secondary weapon close quarters combat§ Szabla (Polish Cavalry) secondary weapon close quarters combatRomaniaHandguns§ Ruby pistol§ Beretta M 1934§ Steyr M1912Rifles§ vz.24§ Karabiner 98k§ Mosin-NagantSubmachine Guns§ Orita M1941§ PPSh 41Machine Guns§ ZB vz. 26§ ZB-30§ MG 34§ PM M1910§ ZB-53South AfricaPistols§ Webley RevolverRifles§ Lee Enfield§ Rieder Automatic Rifle§ Jungle CarbineSubmachine guns§ StenMachine Guns§ Vickers machine gun§ Bren light machine gunAnti-Tank Weapons§ PIAT§ 3.5-inch rocket launcherMortars§ 2-inch mortarSoviet UnionHandguns§ Nagant M1895 revolver§ Tokarev TT-30/TT-33 semiautomatic pistolRifles§ Mosin-Nagant M1891/30, M1938, M1944 bolt-action rifle§ Tokarev SVT-38, SVT-40 semiautomatic rifle§ AVS-36 semiautomatic rifle - taken out of service in 1941§ Fedorov Avtomat automatic rifle§ SKS (semiautomatic rifle, tested in combat in very small numbers at the end of the war)Submachine Guns§ PPD-40§ PPSh-41§ PPS§ MP 40 (captured from German forces)Machine Guns§ DP-28 Light Machine Gun§ DShK 1938 Heavy Machine Gun§ DS-39 - production stopped 1941§ PM M1910 medium machine gun§ SG-43 Goryunov medium machine gun - 1943 onwards§ RPD (used in the last stages of the war)§ MG-42 (captured from German forces)Anti-Tank Weapons§ PTRD-41 Bolt-action Anti-Tank Rifle§ PTRS-41 Semi-Automatic Anti-Tank RifleGrenades§ F1 Fragmentation Hand Grenade§ RGD-33 Fragmentation Hand Grenade§ RG-41 Anti-Tank Hand Grenade§ RG-42 Fragmentation Hand Grenade§ RPG-43 HEAT (High Explosive Anti-Tank) Hand Grenade§ RPG-6 HEAT (High Explosive Anti-Tank) Hand Grenade§ Molotov CocktailFlamethrowers§ ROKS-2§ ROKS-3Sniper Rifles§ Mosin-Nagant M1891/30, M1938, M1944 (scoped)§ Tokarev SVT-38, SVT-40 (scoped)Swords§ ShashkaKnife§ NR-40ThailandRifles§ Type 45 Siamese Mauser§ Type-66 Siamese MauserMachine guns§ Madsen machine gun§ Type 66 Browing HMG§ Type 77 Vickers Armstrong HMG§ Type 92 heavy machine gunUnited KingdomHandguns§ Enfield Revolver No.2 Mk.I§ Webley Mk.VI (.455) & Mk.IV (.38/200)§ FN/Inglis Pistol No.2 Mk.I and Mk 1*§ Smith & Wesson M&P§ Colt M1911A1§ WelrodRifles§ Short Magazine Lee-Enfield§ Rifle No. 5 Mk I§ Pattern 14 (P14) "No.3"§ De Lisle Carbine (Limited to British Commandos)§ M1 carbineSubmachine guns§ Sten - about 4 million produced from all sources§ Lanchester§ Thompson M1928, M1928A1, M1Machine Guns§ Bren light machine gun§ Lewis light machine gun§ Vickers K machine gun§ Vickers machine gun§ Besa machine gun§ M2 Browning machine gunAnti-Tank Weapons§ Projector, Infantry, Anti-Tank (PIAT)§ Rifle, Anti-Tank, .55 in, BoysGrenades§ No.36M Mk.I Fragmentation Hand/Rifle Grenade or "Mills Bomb"§ Grenade, Rifle No. 68 AT - HEAT anti-tank rifle grenade§ No.69 Mk.I Bakelite Concussion Hand Grenade§ No.76 Special Incendiary Phosphorus Hand Grenade§ No.73 Anti-Tank Hand Grenade "Thermos Grenade"§ No.74 ST Grenade, or "Sticky Bomb" - an anti-tank hand grenade§ No.75 Anti-Tank Hand Grenade known as "Hawkins Grenade" or "Hawkins Mine"§ No.77 (White Phosphorus) Hand Grenade§ No.82 Hand Grenade - known as "Gammon Grenade/Bomb"Mortars§ 2-inch mortar§ Ordnance ML 3 inch MortarFlamethrowers§ No.II Mk.II Flamethrower "Lifebuoy"Sniper rifles§ Lee-Enfield (scoped)§ Pattern 1914 (scoped)§ M1D Garand (Scoped)Knives§ Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting KnifeUnited StatesHandguns§ Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless§ Colt M1911A1§ Colt M1917 revolver§ Colt Official Police {Colt M1927 Aka "Colt Commando"}§ FP-45 Liberator§ Smith & Wesson M&P§ WelrodRifles§ M1 Garand§ M1 Carbine§ M1903 Springfield§ M1917 Enfield rifle§ M1941 Johnson rifleSubmachine Guns§ Thompson M1928, M1928A1, M1, M1A1§ M3/A1 'Grease Gun'§ M50 Reising submachine gun§ United Defense M42 (15,000)Machine Guns§ Browning M1917A1 Heavy Machine Gun§ Browning M1919 Medium Machine Gun§ Browning M2 Heavy Machine Gun§ M1941 Johnson machine gun§ Lewis gun§ M1918 Browning Automatic RifleSniper Rifles§ M1 Garand (scoped)§ M1903 Springfield (scoped)§ M1917 Enfield (scoped)Shotgun (Commonly used by the Marines in the Pacific theater, limited use in Europe)§ Ithaca 37§ Trench gun M1897 (Used in the Western front)§ M12 Shotgun§ Browning Auto-5§ Coach gun§ Remington 31Anti-Tank Weapons§ Rocket Launcher, M1/A1 "Bazooka"§ M18 recoilless rifleFlamethrowers§ M2 flamethrower§ M1A1 FlamethrowerGrenades§ Mk.2 Fragmentation Hand GrenadeGrenade launcher§ M7 grenade launcherMortars§ M1 Mortar§ M2 4.2 inch mortar§ M2 MortarKnife§ Ka-Bar§ M1 bayonet§ M1905 bayonet§ M1942 bayonet§ Mark I trench knife§ V-42 Stiletto§ United States Marine Raider StilettoKingdom of YugoslaviaHandguns§ Ruby pistol§ FN Model 1910 (Also the 1922 was used)Rifles§ M24 series§ Mauser 98§ Kbk wz. 1929§ vz. 24§ SteyrSubmachinegun§ Erma EMP-35Machineguns§ Chauchat§ Fiat-Revelli Modello 1914§ ZB vz. 26Grenades§ Vasić M.12 model


What weapons did the Allies use in World War 2?

AustraliaHandgunsWebley Mk.VI (.455) & Mk.IV (.38/200)Enfield revolverRiflesLee-Enfield No. 1 Mk IIISubmachine GunsOwenAusten submachine gunThompson M1928A1Machine GunsLewis GunBren light machine gunVickers machine gunAnti-Tank WeaponsPIATBoys anti-tank rifleGrenadesMills bombBelgiumHandgunsNagant M1895FN Model 1910/22Browning Hi-PowerRiflesMauser M1936(similar to Mauser 98)Machine GunsMaxim Mo8M1918 Browning Automatic RifleBraziHandgunsColt M1917 revolverColt M1911RiflesMauser M1908(similar to Gewehr 98)vz.24M1 Garand(U.S Lend Lease)M1 Carbine(U.S Lend Lease)Springfield M1903 (U.S Lend Lease)Submachine GunsThompson submachine gun(U.S Lend Lease)M3 grease gun(U.S Lend Lease)MP18Machine GunsBrowning M1919(U.S Lend Lease)Hotchkiss M1914M1941 Johnson machine gun(U.S Lend Lease)Republic of ChinaList of National Revolutionary Army weapons, including Chinese warlords and Communists.HandgunsMauser C96(Chinese copy)Browning Hi-Power (Burma Campaign X-Forces and Y-Forces)Tokarev TT-30/TT-33FN M1900(Chinese copy)Nambu Pistol(Captured from Japanese forces)Luger P08Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless (Issued to officers only)Nagant M1895Colt M1911A1RiflesType 24 rifle- main service rifle (Chinese licensed copy of Gewehr 98)Hanyang Type 88Mosin-Nagant M1891/30, M1938, M1944Mauser Karabiner 98k (Mainly issued to the early German trained divisions)Gewehr 98ZH-29Vz. 24FN 1924SVT-40 (Only used by communist forces)ArisakaType 38 rifle, Type 44 carbine, and Type 99 rifle (Captured from Japanese forces)M1 Garand - provided by the U.S through Lend LeaseM1 Carbine - provided by the U.S through Lend LeaseSpringfield M1903 - provided by the U.S through Lend LeaseLiu RifleSubmachine gunsMP18M3 submachine gun (Provided by the U.S through Lend Lease)Thompson SMG(U.S Lend Leaseand locally produced Chinese copies)StenPPSh-41 (Only used by communist forces)(Only used by communist forces)Type 100 submachine gun (Captured from Japanese forces)United Defense M42 (U.S. Lend Leaseand locally produced Chinese copies)Assault riflesMondragón rifleLight machine gunsBrowning Automatic Rifle - provided by the U.S through Lend LeaseZB vz.26(Purchased in large quantity from former Czechoslovakia)ZB-30Bren LMGDegtyaryov machine gunType 11 light machine gun (Captured from Japanese forces)Type 96 light machine gun (Captured from Japanese forces)Type 99 light machine gun (Captured from Japanese forces)FM 24/29 light machine gunMadsen machine gunMedium machine gunsBrowning M1919 Medium Machine Gun (Provided by the U.S. through Lend Lease)MG34 (Chinese copy)Heavy machine guns'Chinese Type 24 Heavy Machine Gun (Chinese copy of MG 08)Chinese Type 30 Heavy Machine Gun (locally produced copies of Browning M1917 chambered for 7.92mm Mauser rounds)[1]PM M1910Anti-tank weaponsBoys anti tank riflePTRD.60 or .75 caliber Jingal wall rifleGrenadesModel 24 grenade (Chinese copy)Close quarters weaponsDadaoMiao daoHY1935 bayonetQiang (spear)Type 30 bayonet (captured from Japanese forces)ColombiaHandgunsColt 1911(U.S Lend Lease)Light Machine gunsMendoza C-1934DenmarkHandgunsBergmann-Bayard pistol M10Luger P8 ( Captured from German forces used by the resistanc )RiflesGevær M/89Kar98k ( Captured from German forces used by the resistanc )Lee-Enfield(Parachuted to the resistance movement as military aid)Submachine gunsSten ( Used by the resistance. most wher made in denmark )Lettet-Forsøgs submachine gunMachine GunsMadsen machine gunMg 42 ( Captured from German forces used by the resistanc )Anti-tank weaponsMadsen 20mm37 mm Fodfolkskanon m1937 ( Danish Bofors 37 mm)Hand GrenadesDanish M.1923makeshift grandes and bombsDominican RepublicHandgunsColt 1911RiflesCristóbal CarbineSubmachine gunsM1A1 ThompsonFinlandHandgunsBrowning Hi-PowerFN Model 1910/22FN Model 1903Lahti L-35Luger pistol (Used by Finnish officers)Mauser C96(614 pistols used)Nagant M1895 (captured)Ruby pistolPistole vz. 24TT-33(captured)Beretta Modello 1934Beretta Modello 1935 (used by home guard)RiflesMosin-NagantvariantsM28 riflea.k.a. PystykorvaM39 riflea.k.a. Ukko-PekkaCarcanoSpecial variant with rifle grenadesWinchester 1895Submachine GunsSuomi KP/-31PPSh-41(Russian Lend Leaseduring Lapland War)MP 28 (and other variants of this weapon made is Zwitserland and Finland)Machine GunsChauchat(mainly used as anti-aircraft)Lahti-Saloranta M/26Maxim M/32-33DP machine gun (captured)Kg/1940 Light machine gun (Used by Swedish volunteers)Anti-tank weaponsLahti L-39Boys anti-tank rifle ( as 14 mm pst kiv/37 )PanzerschreckPanzerfaustSolothurn S-18/10025 mm Hotchkiss anti-tank gunGrenadesMolotov cocktailModel 24Anti-aircraft weapons7,62 ITKK 31 VKT20 ITK 40 VKTMadsen 20 mm anti-aircraft cannonKnives PuukkoFranceHandgunsModèle 1892 revolverMAS 1873 revolverModèle 1935 pistolStar Model 14Ruby pistolUnion pistolRiflesBerthier 1892m16 carbineBerthier 1907/15 rifleMAS-36Lebel Model 1886 rifleSemi-automatic rifle MAS 40 (project)Semi-automatic rifle R.S.C. Mle 1917-Mle 1918Submachine GunsMAS-38Erma EMPThompson M1928StenRibeyrolle 1918 automatic carbineLight Machine GunsMAC 24/29Hotchkiss M1922 machine gunChauchatMachine GunsHotchkiss M1914Reibel machine gunDarne machine gunM1918 Browning Automatic RifleAnti-Tank WeaponsFusil anti-char BoysGrenadesF1 grenade (France)OF 37 offensive grenadeVB rifle grenadeLuxembourgRiflesGewehr 98Pattern 1914Ross RifleMachinegunsMG 08Vickers machine gunMexicoHandgunsObregón pistolColt M1911RiflesMondragón rifleSub Machine GunsM1A1 ThompsonM3 submachine gunMachinegunsMendoza Model 45Mendoza C-1934Sniper RiflesMondragón rifle(scoped)MongoliaRiflesMosin-NagantSubmachinegunsPPSh-41PPS-43MachinegunsRussian M1910 MaximSG-43 GoryunovDShKThe NetherlandsHandgunsFN Model 1903FN Model 1910/22Mauser C96(Used by the KNIL)Borchardt-LugerSauer M30RiflesM.95Lee EnfieldM1941 Johnson rifle (By the KNIL)Submachine GunsMP 28 (By the KNIL)Thompson M1928 (By the KNIL)Machine GunsSchwarzlose MG M.07/12Lewis GunVickers machine gunMG08Anti-Tank WeaponsSolothurn S-18/1100 (By the KNIL)New ZealandHandgunsSmith & Wesson M&PWebley RevolverEnfield revolverBrowning Hi-PowerRiflesLee EnfieldSubmachine GunsOwen submachine gunThompson submachine gunStenMachine GunsCharlton Automatic Rifle (1500)Lewis gunVickers machine gunAnti-tank WeaponsBoys anti-tank riflePIATGrenadesMills bombNorwayHandgunsColt M1914Nagant M1895Lahti L-35(Smuggled from Sweden & Finland)Walther P38 (Captured from German forces, used by the resistance)RiflesKrag-JørgensenM1917 Enfield (Parachuted to the resistance movement as Military aid)Pattern 1914 Enfield (Parachuted to the resistance movement as Military aid)Lee-Enfield(Parachuted to the resistance movement as military aid)Karabiner 98k (Captured from German forces, used by the Resistance)M1 Carbine(Parachuted to the Resistance movement)AG-42(Supplied to resistance movement by Sweden)Mosin-Nagant(Smuggled from Finland & USSR, used by resistance in the North)Mas36(Leftover from French forces after the battle of Narvik, used by the resistance)Submachine GunsSten (Used by the post Norwegian Campaign resistance, not the army.)MP40(Captured from German forces, used by resistance)Thompson M1928A1 (Parachuted to the resistance movement as military aid)Machine GunsMadsen M/22Colt M/29Hotchkiss M1914 machine gunBrowning M1919MG34(Captured from German forces,used by the resistance)kg/1940 Light machine gunWeibel M/1932PolandHandgunsNagant M1895Radom Pistolet wz.35 VisTT pistol(Used by Polish Armed Forces in the East)RiflesKbsp wz. 1938MKarabin wz.98a (kb wz.98a)Karabinek wz.29 (kbk wz.29)Lee Enfield(Used by the exiled army)Mosin-Nagant(Used by Polish Armed Forces in the East)Submachine gunBechowiec-1Błyskawica(Used by the Polish Resistance)KIS (weapon)ChoroszmanówSamoróbkaTeterykaWz.39Sten (Used by Polish Armed Forces in the West)(Used by Polish Armed Forces in the East)PPSh-41 (Used by Polish Armed Forces in the East)Machine GunsCkm wz.30rkm Browning wz.1928Machine gun Type CBren (Used by the exiled army)DP (Used by Polish Armed Forces in the East)Anti-Tank WeaponsKb ppanc wz.35wz.36 ( Polish Bofors 37 mm)GrenadesFragmentation Grenade wz.1933Concussion Grenade wz.1933FlamethrowerK pattern flamethrower (Used by the polish resistance)Grenade launcherGranatnik wz.36Close quarter WeaponsSzabla wz. 34 cavalry sabreLance (Polish Cavalry) secondary weapon close quarters combatSouth AfricaPistolsWebley RevolverRiflesLee EnfieldRieder Automatic RifleJungle CarbineSubmachine gunsStenMachine GunsVickers machine gunBren light machine gunAnti-Tank WeaponsPIAT3.5-inch rocket launcherMortars2-inch mortarThailandHandgunsNambu pistolM1911 pistolRiflesType 45 Siamese MauserType 66 Siamese MauserArisakaSubmachine GunsMP 18Machine GunsType 66 light machine gunType 92 heavy machine gunType 66 heavy machine gunAnti-tank WeaponsType 97 automatic cannonGrenadesType 97 grenadeType 91 grenadeMolotov cocktailGrenade DischargersType 10 grenade dischargerUnited KingdomPistols Enfield No. 2 Mk.IWebley Mk.VI (.455) & Mk.IV (.38/200)FN/InglisBrowning Hi-Power (As Pistol No.2 Mk.I)Smith & Wesson M&PColt M1911A1WelrodRifles No. III Lee-EnfieldNo. 4 Mk1 Lee-EnfieldRifle No. 5 Mk IRifle, .303 Pattern 1914M1 carbine(limited)Marlin Model 1894Sub-machine guns Sten - about 4 million produced from all sourcesLanchesterThompson M1928, M1928A1, M1Sterling Submachine GunMachine guns Bren light machine gunLewis GunVickers K machine gunVickers machine gunM2 Browning machine gunAnti-tank Weapons Projector, Infantry, Anti-Tank (PIAT)Rifle, Anti-Tank, .55 in, BoysGrenades No.36M Mk.IFragmentation Hand/Rifle Grenade or "Mills Bomb"Grenade, Rifle No. 68 AT - HEATanti-tank rifle grenadeNo.69 Mk.IConcussion hand grenadeNo. 76 Special Incendiary Grenade - phosphorus hand grenadeNo. 73 Grenade also known as "Thermos Grenade" - anti-tank grenadeNo.74 ST Grenade, or "Sticky Bomb" - an anti-tank hand grenadeNo.75 Anti-Tank Hand Grenade known as "Hawkins Grenade" or "Hawkins Mine"No 77 grenade - white phosphorus hand grenadeNo.82 Hand Grenade - known as "Gammon Grenade/Bomb"Mortars 2-inch mortarOrdnance ML 3 inch MortarFlamethrowers Flamethrower, Portable, No 2 "Lifebuoy"Sniper rifles Lee-EnfieldNo. 4 Mk. I (T)Pattern 1914 Enfield (with telescopic sight)M1D Garand(with telescopic sight)Knives Fairbairn-Sykes Fighting KnifeSmatchetKukri - used by GurkharegimentsBC-41United StatesPistolsColt Model 1903 Pocket HammerlessColt M1911Colt/S&W M1917 revolverColt Official Police (Colt M1927 Aka "Colt Commando")FP-45 Liberator (Dropped into occupied territories for use by insurgents)Smith & Wesson M&PRiflesM1 GarandM1A1 CarbineM1903 SpringfieldM1917 EnfieldM1941 Johnson rifleAssault riflesM2 CarbineT26 GarandSub-machine gunsM1A1 ThompsonM3 submachine gunM50 ReisingUnited Defense M42 (15,000)Machine gunsM1918 Browning Automatic RifleLewis GunBrowning M1917A1 Heavy Machine GunBrowning M1919 Medium Machine GunBrowning M2 Heavy Machine GunM1941 Johnson machine gunSniper riflesM1 Garand(scoped)M1903 Springfield (scoped)M1917 Enfield (scoped)Winchester Model 70 (limited use)Shotguns(Commonly used by the Marines in the Pacific theater, limited use in Europe)Ithaca 37Winchester M1897Winchester M12 (Used also in the Western front)Browning Auto-5Winchester Model 21Remington 31Anti-tank weaponsRocket Launcher, M1/A1 "Bazooka"Rocket Launcher, M9 "Bazooka"M18 recoilless rifle (Uncommon in Europe, some action in Pacific)FlamethrowersM2 flamethrowerM1A1 FlamethrowerGrenadesMk.2 Fragmentation Hand GrenadeGrenade launcherM7 grenade launcherMortarsM1 MortarM2 4.2 inch mortarM2 MortarKnivesKa-BarM1 bayonetM1905 bayonetM1942 bayonetMark I trench knifeV-42 StilettoUnited States Marine Raider StilettoBolo knife(Filipino Units)Kingdom of YugoslaviaHandgunsRuby pistolFN Model 1910/22Walther P38Luger P08 pistolMauser C96TT-33M1911FlintlockWalther PPKRiflesM24 seriesMauser 98Kbk wz. 1929vz. 24Steyr-Mannlicher M1895Karabiner 98SVT-40Mosin-NagantClose quarter weaponsKampfmesser 42M-1939 officer knifeSubmachine GunsErma EMP-35MP 40PPsh 41Thompson submachine gunStenAssault riflesStg 44MachinegunsChauchatFiat-Revelli Modello 1914ZB vz. 26Maxim gunMG 42MG 34DP-28Bren light machine gunGrenadesVasić model M 12Model 24 StielhandgranateMills bombRGD-33 grenadeMortarsGranatwerfer 42Anti-tank weaponsPanzerfaustPanzerschreckSoviet UnionPistolsNagant 1895TT-33ShotgunsIZH-43Sub-Machine GunsPPD-34/38PPD-40PPSh-41PPS-42PPS-43Assault RiflesFedorov AvtomatAVS-36AVT-40RiflesMosin-NagantSVT-40SVT-38SKSPTRD-41Anti-Tank RiflePTRS-41Anti-Tank RifleMachine GunsDP-28DPMMaxim-TokarevSG-43DShKPM M1910GrenadesF1 grenade (Russia)RGD-33 grenadeRG-42RPG-40RPG-43KnivesNR-40