world war ii guns
Weapons of the Axis and the Allies
Non-firing replica models
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Standard issue rifle for German and other Axis troops. A shortened version of the ubiquitous Mauser in use since the late 1800s.
Note: this is a non-functional parade rifle- no moving parts
"Schmeisser" Iconic submachine gun of the German forces.
Deemed the most recognizable handgun in the world. In use with many European and satellite nations from the the early 1900s through the 1950s.
Standard issue sidearm for German forces. Also in use with police forces in both West and East Germany through the 1970s.
Standard sidearm for UK forces.
In use from the late 1800s. Used by many countries including copies made in Spain and China.
German assault rifle from late in the war. Also used by communist German "Vopo" police in East Germany until the late 1960s.
Mass produced SMG used by British troops and provided by the thousands to resistance fighters throughout Europe.
Rubber version of W2-001
Early model w/o bayonet lug Rubber stunt double available
Russian SMG- also unofficially used by German troops in the East due to it's robust construction and more powerful cartridge than the standard 9mm.
Standard infantry rifle of the UK
Note: this is a training rifle with minimal functionality. US rifle of WWI - in use in early WWII and for security and training in the US throughout the time period.
In use by both the British and the Axis
In use by the Allies - especially with fliers.
Standard Mauser rifle used by many European and Latin American countries.