World War 1 Service Pistols (1914-1918) - Sidearm Revolvers and Handguns
The pistol - next to the bayonet - proved the last line of defense for many soldiers in World War 1.There are a total of 24 World War 1 Service Pistols (1914-1918) - Sidearm Revolvers and Handguns 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 Beretta Model 1915 began the illustrious line of Beretta semi-automatic pistols that continues today....
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 Colt M1911A1 is regarded by many as the most successful semi-automatic pistol design of her time - seeing consi...
The Colt New Service existed under several notable guises and was produced to the tune of some 356,000 examples....
The Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless was yet another firearm design by famed American gunsmith John Browning...
Some 150,000 Colt Model 1917 revolvers were produced from 1917 to 1920 to fill the American World War 1 need for ar...
A Colt M1911 by any other name - the licensed-produced Norwegian Kongsberg Colt semi-automatic pistol....
The immensely popular Pistole Parabellum Model 1908 semi-automatic pistol - sometimes referred to simply as the Lug...
The excellent Mannlicher Model 1900 series suffered from a glut of security small arms flooding the market prior to...
The MAS Modele 1892 service revolver was designed as an all-new successor to the Model 1873 and Model 1874 revolver...
The Mauser C96 saw combat service through World War 1, World War 2, the Korean War and the Vietnam War among other ...
Over 2 million copies of the famous Russian/Soviet Nagant Model of 1895 service revolver were eventually produced i...
The Type 14 Nambu pistol was in widespread use with the Japanese Army during World War 2....
The Glisenti Model 1910 semi-automatic pistol failed the Italian Army on many design fronts, eventually superseded ...
The .38 Special was - and continues to be - a no-frills and popular revolver entry despite its 1899 origins....
The Smith & Wesson Model 1917 Service Revolver was produced - along with the Colt Model 1917 - to fulfill a pistol ...
The Smith & Wesson Model 3 was given several useful qualities in its design including an ejector system which clear...
The Roth-Steyr M07 is credited as being the first self-loading pistol to be accepted by a major army anywhere in th...
Arriving in 1912, the Steyr Model 1912 semi-automatic handgun appeared in over 300,000 examples and saw service int...
The Webley & Scott Model 1905 appeared in the period just before World War 1 and managed to see service in the year...
The Webley Bull Dog Pocket Revolver proved popular with civilians living out on the wild frontiers of the late 1800...