Operation Market Garden Guns (September 17th - September 25th, 1944)
Operation Market Garden was a bold move by the Allies to claim key bridges from Germany - and hopefully bring an end to the war before Christmas of 1944.There are a total of 19 Operation Market Garden Guns (September 17th - September 25th, 1944) 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.
Weapons such as hand grenades and portable artillery systems are also featured in this listing.
Though heavy for a light mortar, the leGrW 36 could be carried by a single soldier, his ammunition supply following...
Based upon an excellent Czechoslovakian design, the equally-excellent BREN Light Machine Gun was adopted into servi...
Though introduced during World War 1, the M1918 found its true value in the many conflicts involving it in the post...
The classic Browning M2HB represented the heavy-barrel evolution of the original M2 50-Caliber series of heavy mach...
The Colt M1911A1 is regarded by many as the most successful semi-automatic pistol design of her time - seeing consi...
Following the Germans, Soviets and Americans, the British developed their own flamethrower as the Flamethrower, Por...
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 famous M1 Thompson Submachine Gun of World War 2 fame was a fantastic piece of firearms engineering for its tim...
The German MG34 became the classic machine gun of the 1930s and saw service throughout World War 2 and for a long p...
The classic German MG42 World War 2 machine gun was much loved by its Wehrmacht users and respected by Allied force...
The Mauser Kar 98k was the standard-issue German infantry bolt-action rifle of World War 2....
The Gewehr 98 was the standard German infantry rifle from 1898 up until 1935 which allowed it to see combat action ...
Over 70 million of the British Mills Bomb hand grenades were manufactured from 1915 into 1970....
The German MP40 Submachine Gun was a refined version of the revolutionary MP38 model intended for mass production....
The PIAT grenade launcher was the standard anti-tank weapon for British infantry during World War 2....
Born of desperation, the British made good with their war-winning STEN submachine gun series....