world war ii guns
Weapons of the Axis and the Allies
Non-firing replica models
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**NEW!!** Luger and matching holster 1 available
**NEW!!** Non-Firing 1 available
3 available Standard issue rifle for German and other Axis troops. A shortened version of the ubiquitous Mauser in use since the late 1800s.
1 available Note: this is a non-functional parade rifle- no moving parts
10 available + 1 rubber stunt model "Schmeisser" Iconic submachine gun of the German forces.
8 available Deemed the most recognizable handgun in the world. In use with many European and satellite nations from the the early 1900s through the 1950s.
4 available Standard issue sidearm for German forces. Also in use with police forces in both West and East Germany through the 1970s.
1 available Standard sidearm for UK forces.
3 available In use from the late 1800s. Used by many countries including copies made in Spain and China.
1 available Mass produced SMG used by British troops and provided by the thousands to resistance fighters throughout Europe.
1 available Rubber version of W2-001
1 available Early model w/o bayonet lug Rubber stunt double available
1 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.
1 available Standard infantry rifle of the UK Rubber stunt model
1 available 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.
1 available In use by both the British and the Axis
1 available In use by the Allies - especially with fliers.
1 available Standard Mauser rifle used by many European and Latin American countries.