List of Common World War II Infantry Weapons

List Of Common World War II Infantry Weapons


  • Glisenti Model 1910


  • Carcano
  • Mannlicher-Schönauer
  • Mosin–Nagant

Submachine Guns

  • Beretta Model 1918

Machine Guns

  • Schwarzlose MG M.07/12
  • Vickers machine gun

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