Korean War Rifles (1950-1953) - Long Guns of the Forgotten War
Since it followed on the heels of World War 2, the Korean War used much of the same service rifles of the period.There are a total of 16 Korean War Rifles (1950-1953) - Long Guns of the Forgotten War in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.
The Arisaka Type 44 Cavalry Rifle was based on the Type 38 carbine, itself based on the Type 38 infantry rifle....
The Arisaka Type 97 was based upon the established framework provided by the earlier Type 38 infantry rifle series....
The Type 99 rifle was designed from the existing Type 38 infantry rifle, though chambered to fire the more effectiv...
Though introduced during World War 1, the M1918 found its true value in the many conflicts involving it in the post...
The Degtyarev PTRD 1941 rifle was the most numerous of all the Soviet anti-tank rifles of World War 2....
Design of the Fabrique Nationale SAFN actually began prior to World War 2 but the German invasion of 1940 delayed i...
The classic Lee-Enfield bolt-action service rifle served the British Empire from 1895 through 1957....
The lightweight M1 Carbine proved a reliable and robust American firearm during World War 2 and beyond....
The M1 Garand was the principle frontline rifle of American forces worldwide for a time - it saw considerable actio...
The Mauser Kar 98k was the standard-issue German infantry bolt-action rifle of World War 2....
The Mexican Mondragon Rifle was one of the first self-loading service rifles adopted for frontline military service...
The famous Springfield M1903 bolt-action rifle appeared in mass quantities but in few variations - such was the suc...
The German wartime Sturmgewehr 44 system became the predecessor to the modern day assault rifle....
At least 1.6 million SVT-40 rifles were produced, some seeing action even as recently as the 2nd Chechen War....
The Chinese Type 24 - better known as the Chiang Kai-Shek Rifle - was nothing more than a local copy of the German ...