List of World War II firearms of Germany

=Machine guns=

*MG42
*MG34

ubmachine guns

*MP 18 I (World War I Bergmann)
*MP 28 II (improved MP 18 I)
*MP 30(ö) (ex-Austrian S1-100 variant)
*MP 34(ö) (ex-Austrian Steyr Solothurn)
*MP 34 Bgm (Bergmann)
*MP 35 (Bergmann version of the MP.34 Bgm.)
*MP 38 (Predecessor to the MP40)
*MP 40/I (main production model)
*MP 40/II (MP 40 w/ dual magazine)
*MP 41 (MP 40 w/ MP 28-like stock)
*EMP 44 (cheap weapon made by Erma at the end of the war)
*MP 3008 (German near-copy of the Sten Mk. II made at the end of the war)
*ZK 383 (cz) (ex-Czechoslovak submachine gun)
*"Captured"
*MP 715 (r) (captured Russian PPD-34/38)
*MP 716 (r) (captured Russian PPD-40)
*MP 717 (r) (captured Russian PPSh-41)
*MP 719 (r) (captured Russian PPS-43)
*MP 704 (f) (captured French PM Vollmer Erma)
*MP 722 (f) (captured French MAS-38)
*MP 738 (i) (captured Italian Beretta model 38/42)
*MP 739 (i) (captured Italian Beretta model 38/44)
*MP 740(b) (captured Belgian Mi. Schmeisser-Bayard Modelle 34)
*MP 741(d) (The license built Bergmann made in Denmark)
*MP 746(d) (captured Madsen M42)
*MP 748 (e) (captured British Sten Mk I)
*MP 749 (e) (captured British Sten Mk II)
*MP 750 (e) (captured British Sten Mk III)
*MP 751 (e) (captured British Sten Mk II with silencer)
*MP 760 (e)/(us)/(r) (captured Thompson M1928)
*MP 761 (f) (captured Thompson M1921 purchased by France in 1939)
*MP E (Erma)
*US M50 and M55 Reisings
*US UD M42
*US M3/M3A1 "Grease Guns"
*British Lanchester SMG
*Finnish Suomi M-31
*Hungarian 39M and 43M
*Romanian M1940 and Orita M1941
*Danish Madsen M41 (a licence manufactured variant of the Suomi M-31)

Automatic and semi-automatic rifles

*Gewehr 35 Developed by Mauser as a private venture in 1935, not accepted for service. Two versions S and M
*Maschinenkarabiner M35 Developed by Vomllmer as private venture in 1935, version Typ A 35/II follows in 1938 and Typ A 35/III in 1939
*Gewehr 41 (W) Walther self-loading rifle adopted as standard in 1942
*Gewehr 41 (M) Mauser design tested in 1941, not accepted for service *
*Gewehr 43 Modification of G 41 (W) to gas-operated , later renamed Karabiner 43
*MKb 42 (H) Designed by Hugo Schmeisser. Accepted after troop trials in 1943, about 8000 produced, served as prototype to MP 43.
*MP 43 Evolved from MKb 42 (H) First series completed in July 43, First combat use in Eastern Front.
*MP 43/1 Variant of MP 43 with provision for a screw-on rifle grenade launcher
*MP 44 Name of MP 43 altered in the spring of 1944
*StG 44 New name for the MP 44, no changes in design
*Gerät 06 (H) Mauser Developed as private venture in 1942-43
*StG 45 Experimental lightweight selective-fire weapon, with roller-locked retarded blowback system, also known as MP 45 (M) only prototypes built prior to end of war. Forefunner of the Spanish CETME 58.
*Volkssturmgewehr 1-5 Intended as a cheap and mass produced self-loading weapon. First series completed in late 44.
*FG 42 Developed by Rheinmetall from a Luftwaffe requirement. Accepted for service in 1942.
*Flieger-Selbstlader-Karabiner 15 (Mondragon) Former Mondragon rifles built in Switzerland (World War I only)
*"Captured"
*Selbstladegewehr 257(r) Former Russian AVS-36
*Selbstladegewehr 258(r) Former Russian SVT-38
*Selbstladegewehr 259(r) Former Russian SVT-40
*Selbstladegewehr 251(a) Former American M1 Garand
*Selbstladekarabiner 455(a) Former American M1 carbine
*Selbstladegewehr 310(f) Former French Fusil Mitrailleur RSC Mle 1918

Bolt-action rifles

*Gewehr 24(t) (Czech) build under licence
*Gew 29/40 (Austrian)
*Gew 98 (standard infantry rifle of World War I)
*Gew 290/298 (Yugoslavian) build under licence
*Gewehr 98/40 (original 8 mm Huzagol 35M from Hungary)
*Gewehr 33/40(t) (manufactured in CZ Brno or Waffenfäbrik Brno)
*Gewehr 98 (ö) (Austrian Repetier Gewehr 1895 in 8 mm)
*Gewehr 306 (Greek, Italian or Yugoslavian G-9)
*Gewehr 294 (ex G98 recalibrated by the Yugoslavians to 7.9)
*Gewehr 209 (Italian Fucile modello 38 in 6.5 mm)
*Gewehr 210 (Italian Fucile modello 41 in 6.5 mm)
*Gewehr 211 (Dutch Geweer M95 Manlicher in 6.5 mm)
*Gewehr 214 (Italian Fucile modello 91 in 6.5 mm)
*Gewehr 215 (Greek mannlicher-Schönauer Model 03/14 in 6.5 mm)
*G-221/223 (Yugoslavian) War reparations after WWI
*G-299 or 98 (Polish) idem
*Gewehr 231 (Italian Fucile modello 38 in 7.35 mm)
*Gewehr 241 (French model 07-15 M34 in 7.5 mm)
*Gewehr 242(f) (French MAS-36 in 7.5 mm)
*Gewehr 249(a) (American Springfield M 03 in 7.62)
*Gewehr 252 (Russian Mosin M-91 in 7.62 and Yugoslavian Puska M91R)
*Gewehr 254 (Russian Mosin M-91/30 in 7.62)
*Gewehr 256 (Russian Mosin M-91/30 in 7.62 with 3.5 telescope)
*Gewehr 261 (Belgian Fusil 1889 Mauser in 7.65 mm)
*Gew 262 (Belgian)
*Gewehr 263 (Belgian Fusil 36 Mauser in 7.65 mm)
*Gewehr 281 (British Rifle Nº 1 Mk III in 7.7 mm)
*Gew 299(p) (Polish)
*Gewehr 301 (French model 1886 transforme 1893 in 8 mm)
*Gewehr 302 (French model 1907 transforme 1915 in 8 mm)
*Gewehr 303 (French model 1886 racroche 1935 in 8 mm)
*Gewehr 304 (French model 1916 in 8 mm)
*Gewehr 305 (French model 1907 dit colonial in 8 mm)
*Gewehr 307 (Yugoslavian Puska 8 mm M93)
*Gewehr 311 (Danish Gevaer m/89-10 in 8 mm)
*Karabiner 98a
*Karabiner 98b
*Karabiner 98k, also K98k or Kar98k (standard infantry rifle of WWII)
*Karabiner 408 (Italian Moschetto modello 38 in 6.5 mm)
*Karabiner 409 (Italian Moschetto modello 91 for cavalry in 6.5 mm)
*Karabiner 410 (Italian Moschetto m 91 for technical troops in 6.5 mm)
*Karabiner 411 (Dutch Karabijn aantal 1 in 6.5 mm)
*Karabiner 412 (Dutch Karabijn aantal 1 OM en NM in 6.5 mm)
*Karabiner 413 (Dutch Karabijn aantal 3 OM en NM in 6.5 mm)
*Karabiner 414 (Dutch Karabijn aantal 4 OM en NM in 6.5 mm)
*Karabiner 411(n) (Norwegian Kavalerikarabin m/1894 in 6.5 mm)
*Karabiner 412(n) (Norwegian Kavalerikarabin m/1895 in 6.5 mm)
*Karabiner 413(n) (Norwegian Ingenieorkarabin m/1904 in 6.5 mm)
*Karabiner 414(n) (Norwegian Artillerikarabin m/1907 in 6.5 mm)
*Karabiner 415 (Norwegian Karabin m/1912 in 6.5 mm)
*Karabiner 416 (Italian moschetto modello 91/24 in 6.5 mm)
*Karabiner 430 (Italian moschetto modello 38 in 7.35 mm)
*Karabiner 451 (Belgian Carabine 1889 in 7.65 mm)
*Karabiner 453 (Belgian Carabine 1916 in 7.65 mm)
*Karabiner 454 (Russian Karabin obr 1938 g in 7.62 mm)
*Karabiner 457 (Russian Karabin obr 1944 g in 7.62 mm)
*K-492 (Yugoslavian) War reparations after World War I
*K-493 (Polish) idem
*Karabiner 494 (Greek S-95)
*Karabiner 497 (Polish Karabinek 91/98/25 in 7.92 mm [ex Mosin] )
*Karabiner 505 (Italian or Yugoslavian S-95)
*Karabiner 506/1 (Danish Fodfolkskarabin m/89-24 in 8 mm)
*Karabiner 506/2 (Danish Artilleriekarabin m/89-24 in 8 mm)
*Karabiner 506/3 (Danish Ingeniorkarabin m/89-24 in 8 mm)
*Karabiner 506/1 (Danish Rytterkarabin m/89-24 in 8 mm)
*Karabiner 551 (French model 1890 in 8 mm)
*Karabiner 552 (French model 1892 in 8 mm)
*Karabiner 553 (French model 1916 in 8 mm)
*Stützen 95 (ö) (Austrian Repetier-Stützen-Gewehr m-1895 in 8 mm)
*VG 1 (Volksgewehr 1)
*VG 2 (Volksgewehr 2)
*Volksgewehr (Volkskarabiner) 98

Handguns

*Pistole 08 (Luger Parabellum)
*Pistole 640 (b) ("b" for "belgisch," or "Belgian"). (Browning M1935 Hi-Power)
*FN/Browning Model 1922
*Pistole 35 (p) ("p" for "polnisch," or "Polish"). (Polish wz. 35 Vis, or Radom)
*Pistole 38 (Walther P-38)
*Sauer Modell 1938H
*Walther PP
*Walther PPK
*Mauser HSc
*CZ-27
*CZ 38
*Astra M400
*Astra Mod. 600
*Astra Mod. 300
*Pistole 37(u)
*Star Model B
*Unique Mod. 17
*Unique Mod. 19
*Beretta Mod. 1935

Anti-tank weapons

*Panzerbüchse 35 (polnisch) (PzB 35(p)) - a captured Polish Kb ppanc wz.35 anti-tank rifle
*Panzerbüchse 38 anti-tank rifle
*Panzerbüchse 39 anti-tank rifle
*Panzerbüchse Boyes - a captured British Boys 0.55 Anti-tank rifle
*Sturmpistole, modified flare gun
*Panzerfaust - pre-loaded anti-tank munition
*Panzerschreck - a stronger, German variation of the American Bazooka

ee also

* List of equipment used in World War II
* List of World War II Luftwaffe aircraft weapons
* List of aircraft of the World War II Luftwaffe
* List of common World War II infantry weapons
* List of secondary and special issue World War II infantry weapons
* German General Staff - a post-1933 section to understand the variety of the above list.
* List of rifle cartridges
* handgun cartridges
* List of firearms
* Glossary of World War II German military terms
* Captured US firearms in Axis use in World War II

External links

* [http://www.axishistory.com/index.php?id=1373 Axis Small Arms]


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