Guns and Related Infantry Weapons of the Ottoman Empire Used in World War 1 (1914-1918)
The Ottoman Empire paid a mighty price for its involvement in World War 1 - it was no more heading into the mid-1920s.There are a total of 17 Guns and Related Infantry Weapons of the Ottoman Empire Used in World War 1 (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 Berthier Rifle line saw an amazing service run from 1890 to the 1960s with over 2 million guns produced....
Though introduced during World War 1, the M1918 found its true value in the many conflicts involving it in the post...
The FN Model 1903 was designed by American John Browning and sold to the world market through the Belgium firm of F...
The FN Model 1910 was the handgun used by Gavrilo Princip to assassinate Archduke Ferdinand in Sarajevo on June 28t...
The French Hotchkiss Model 1914 machine gun was the last of the Hotchkiss machine gun line born in the late 1800s....
The immensely popular Pistole Parabellum Model 1908 semi-automatic pistol - sometimes referred to simply as the Lug...
Born in 1871, the Martini-Henry single-shot rifle saw service into the next century - such was its value on the man...
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 Gewehr 98 was the standard German infantry rifle from 1898 up until 1935 which allowed it to see combat action ...
The arrival of the German Maxim 08 to the battlefield made warfare a bloodier affair....
The Mk 2 series of hand grenades in US service were standardized in 1920 and lived on through the 1960s....
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 Turkish Model 1890 service rifle was nothing more than the German Mauser Model 1887 by way of the Belgian Mause...
The Schwarzlose MG family of machine guns served as the standard machine gun of Austro-Hungarian forces during Worl...