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Some experimental German Guns

May 19 2009 at 9:01 PM
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Panzer Brigade (Germany)

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7.92mm Walther Pzb-40

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7.92mm Mauser M41

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7.92mm MP-45

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7.92mm MG-45

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7.92mm Mauser STG-45 prototypes and in the field

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7.92mm VG-1 thru 5 Volkssturmgewehre

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7.92mm Walther experimental Sturmgewehr

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.22cal SS Belt Buckle Pistol

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Early Walther Sturm Karabiner SK-39 design

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Einstossflammenwerfer 46

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Panzerfaust 150M in field

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Kg- "roll" Bomb

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9mm EMP-44

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Panzerwurfmine

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German wooden "Schuh-Mine"

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105mm Panzerschreck

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27mm Kampfpistole

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K.K. Wehrspartigewein .22 cal. Military Training Rifle

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Walther toggle-action shotgun

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7.92mm Mauser MG-81 converted for ground usage

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Nazi explosive chocolate bar grenade

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9mm SDK Gestapo silenced rifle

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7.92mm STG-44 with ZG-1229 Vampir IR sight system

Many more here:

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A German Soldier doesnt die, he goes to hell and regroups !

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Eric
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Eagle Squadron (US)

Re: Some experimental German Guns

May 20 2009, 11:20 AM 

Very interesting.

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Mobile airpower

"The enemy dies relaxed," observed a Lockheed Martin manager.

 
 
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