World War 1 Guns of the Austro-Hungarian Empire (1914-1918)
Like the Ottoman and German empires, the Austro-Hungarian Empire was dismantled followed the end of World War 1 in 1918.There are a total of 17 World War 1 Guns of the Austro-Hungarian Empire (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 Type 30 began the Japanese military commitment to the Arisaka rifle family and its corresponding cartridge....
From a technical standpoint, the Villar Perosa 9mm system of 1915 is the first submachine gun ever issued - though ...
The French M1909 was also adopted into service by both the British and the Americans as well as a handful of other ...
The Mannlicher Model 1886 was, in effect, doomed by the arrival of the smokeless powder cartridge adopted by the Fr...
The Mannlicher Model 1888 was developed in response to the French adoption of the 8mm smokeless powder cartridge wh...
The Mannlicher Model 1895 was a refined form of the Model 1886 and survived both World War 1 and World War 2....
The excellent Mannlicher Model 1900 series suffered from a glut of security small arms flooding the market prior to...
The Mauser C96 saw combat service through World War 1, World War 2, the Korean War and the Vietnam War among other ...
The Mauser Gew 88 series of bolt-action service rifles were one of two such weapons stocked in the German inventory...
The arrival of the German Maxim 08 to the battlefield made warfare a bloodier affair....
The Mexican Mondragon Rifle was one of the first self-loading service rifles adopted for frontline military service...
The Mosin-Nagant M1891 bolt-action rifle was developed by a Russian-Belgium design team and produced in over 37,000...
The Pulemet Maksima Obrazets Model 1910 heavy machine gun was a licensed 7.62mm Russian Empire copy of the famous M...
The Schwarzlose MG family of machine guns served as the standard machine gun of Austro-Hungarian forces during Worl...
The Skoda Model 1909 water-cooled machine gun failed to mach the reliability of the competing Schwarzlose Model 190...
The Roth-Steyr M07 is credited as being the first self-loading pistol to be accepted by a major army anywhere in th...