Australian WW1 Guns (1914-1918)
As part of the British Commonwealth, Australia contributed what it could during The Great War.There are a total of 12 Australian WW1 Guns (1914-1918) 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.
Small arms such as hand grenades and mortars are also included in this listing.
The French M1909 was also adopted into service by both the British and the Americans as well as a handful of other ...
Despite a relatively short service life with the British Empire, the Lee-Metford was produced across several major ...
The classic Lee-Enfield bolt-action service rifle served the British Empire from 1895 through 1957....
The famous Lewis Gun was used in all manner of ways throughout World War 1 and World War 2....
The American-made Model 1917 Enfield rifle was another period development of the German Mauser 98 series and was pr...
Over 70 million of the British Mills Bomb hand grenades were manufactured from 1915 into 1970....
The ML 9.45-inch Heavy Trench Mortar extensively in World War 1, though their heavy weight made them somewhat cumbe...
The .38 Special was - and continues to be - a no-frills and popular revolver entry despite its 1899 origins....
The Smith & Wesson Model 3 was given several useful qualities in its design including an ejector system which clear...
Portability is what made the Stokes Mortar such an important weapon during World War 1....
The Vickers machine gun system had a spectacular operational run, earning nods in two world wars and countless regi...