Romanian WW2 Guns (1939-1945)
As part of the Axis powers, the Army of Romania in World War 2 benefitted from the alliance.There are a total of 28 Romanian WW2 Guns (1939-1945) 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.
Weapons such as hand grenades and portable artillery systems are also featured in this listing.
The Beretta Model 1934 was the classic Italian Army service pistol of World War 2, over 1 million units being made....
The Italian Beretta Model 38 variants of 1942, 1943, and 1944 were further evolutions of the pre-war Model 1938A su...
The Beretta Model 1938A was a continuation of the Italian submachine gun line begun during World War 1 as the Villa...
The 60mm Brandt Mle 35 Light Mortar joined the French Army inventory in 1937 along with several other weapon types ...
The Browning Hi-Power was the last design of famous American gunsmith John Browning - he died before the pistol wen...
The classic Browning M2HB represented the heavy-barrel evolution of the original M2 50-Caliber series of heavy mach...
The FN Model 1910 was the handgun used by Gavrilo Princip to assassinate Archduke Ferdinand in Sarajevo on June 28t...
The Browning Model 1922 design was born of a specific Yugoslavian semi-automatic pistol requirement and based on th...
The Czech vz. 24 bolt-action rifle proved an excellent service rifle, as showcased by its heavy participation in th...
Debuting around 1926, the vz, 26 Light Machine Gun found its place in the grand war that was World War 2 over a dec...
The FN M2HB 0.50 caliber machine gun is a variant of the US Browning M2HB, designed to suit European production pra...
The premise born during the fighting of the Spanish Civil War, the Molotov Cocktail came into its own under the Fin...
The Mosin-Nagant M1891 bolt-action rifle was developed by a Russian-Belgium design team and produced in over 37,000...
The German MP40 Submachine Gun was a refined version of the revolutionary MP38 model intended for mass production....
The MP41 was a Schmeisser offshoot of the famous MP40 - a rifle-style stock being used in place of the original met...
The first Romanian locally-designed and produced submachine gun became the Orita Model 1941 introduced during World...
The PPS-42 helped save the people of Leningrad while the PPS-43 became a cheaper production form of the successful ...
The RPD Light Machine Gun saw only limited action during the latter stages of World War 2 - though substantial serv...
The RPG-40 anti-tank grenade proved effective agains the earlier Panzer series tanks, lesser so from the arrival of...
The RPG-43 series replaced the RPG-40 as a more viable option to disable the newer breed of German tanks in World W...
The RPG-6 Anti-Tank Grenade appeared during World War 2 in 1943, following the RPG-40 and RPG-43 lines....
Arriving in 1912, the Steyr Model 1912 semi-automatic handgun appeared in over 300,000 examples and saw service int...
The Walther PP semi-automatic pistol was a hugely popular sidearm after its introduction in 1929, spawning the more...