VN001: M16A1, TRAINING
VN001: M16A1, TRAINING

Standard rifle of the US from 1966 on "RUBBER DUCK" TRAINING RIFLE, SEVERAL AVAILABLE

VN002: 1911 .45 Automatic
VN002: 1911 .45 Automatic

Standard sidearm of the US since WWI

VN003: AK47 w Folding Stock
VN003: AK47 w Folding Stock

RUBBER Standard weapon of Communist forces. The folding stock was not overly common, but still encountered in significant numbers

VN004: AK47
VN004: AK47

Correct magazine available

VN005: CZ .32
VN005: CZ .32

RUBBER Small Communist pistol of the Communist forces.

VN006: CAR-15 (XM177)
VN006: CAR-15 (XM177)

Shortened "Commando" style M16 for use by Army Special Forces, Navy SEALS, LRRPs (Long Range Recon Patrol), and some armored and aircrew personnel

VN007: M-14
VN007: M-14

SOLID RESIN Standard US rifle from the late 1950s until its replacement by the M16.

VN008: Colt .38 Revolver
VN008: Colt .38 Revolver

RUBBER Often encountered with helicopter pilots and other aircrew

VN009: RPK Squad Machine Gun
VN009: RPK Squad Machine Gun

Standard support weapon of the Communist forces

VN010: 870 Shotgun
VN010: 870 Shotgun

RUBBER

VN011: T33 Tokarev
VN011: T33 Tokarev
VN012: Nagant Revolver
VN012: Nagant Revolver
VN013: M60 Machine Gun
VN013: M60 Machine Gun
VN014: M3 Grease Gun
VN014: M3 Grease Gun

Issued to Tank Crews up until Desert Storm

VN014: AK-47
VN014: AK-47

RUBBER Standard weapon of the Communist forces with the more common full stock.

US and Communist Weapons

Non-firing replica models

 

Roll over the photo to view catalog number and brief description

Click on the photo for an expanded view

vietnam era guns