World War 1 Service Rifles (1914-1918) - Long Guns of The Great War
Next to his bayonet, the service rifle proved a soldier's best friend in the bloody trenches of World War 1.There are a total of 31 World War 1 Service Rifles (1914-1918) - Long Guns of The Great War 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 Type 30 began the Japanese military commitment to the Arisaka rifle family and its corresponding cartridge....
The Arisaka Type 44 Cavalry Rifle was based on the Type 38 carbine, itself based on the Type 38 infantry rifle....
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 Carcano Modello 1891 service rifle was in constant production from 1892 to 1945 and saw service in both World W...
The Russian Fedorov Avtomat M1916 was introduced during World War 1 and managed an existence into World War 2....
The French RSC semi-automatic rifle appeared towards the latter half of World War 1 but managed to see extended ser...
The Model 1889 was nothing more than the proven German Mauser modified to suit Belgian Army needs....
The Krag-Jorgensen repeat-fire bolt-action rifle was eventually adopted by Norway, the United States and Denmark as...
The revolutionary Lebel 8mm bolt-action rifle served the French from 1887 to 1936, becoming the standard French inf...
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 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 Marlin Model 1894 never really went out of production since its 1894 release date - it is now a Remington Arms ...
Born in 1871, the Martini-Henry single-shot rifle saw service into the next century - such was its value on the man...
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 Swiss-based Model 1870 Italian Vetterli began life as a single-shot rifle until the late-1870s when a repeat-fi...
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...
Influenced by European rifles of the period, the Murata became a homegrown Japanese design and served into the Worl...
The Turkish Model 1890 service rifle was nothing more than the German Mauser Model 1887 by way of the Belgian Mause...
The Canadian Ross Rifle was plagued with issues throughout its service life that included World War 1....
The famous Springfield M1903 bolt-action rifle appeared in mass quantities but in few variations - such was the suc...
The Winchester Model 1894 lever-action rifle has seen on-again, off-again production since 1894....
The Winchester Model 1907 was pressed into service by some of the world powers of World War 1....