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The sniper infantry component of World War 2 could prove one of the single-most destructive elements on the battlefield in any given engagement.

There are a total of [ 23 ] WW2 Sniper Rifles entries in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily primary operator. Listing also includes base models which were adapted for the sniper/marksman role during the war.




1
Picture of the Arisaka Type 38
National Flag Graphic
1905
Arisaka Type 38
Bolt-Action Infantry Service Rifle
2
Picture of the Arisaka Type 97
National Flag Graphic
1937
Arisaka Type 97
Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle
3
Picture of the Arisaka Type 99 (Rifle)
National Flag Graphic
1939
Arisaka Type 99 (Rifle)
Bolt-Action Service Rifle
4
Picture of the Enfield Pattern 1914 (Rifle, .303 Pattern 1914)
National Flag Graphic
1914
Enfield Pattern 1914 (Rifle, .303 Pattern 1914)
Bolt-Action Service Rifle / Sniper Rifle
5
Picture of the FEG 35M (Mannlicher M1935)
National Flag Graphic
1935
FEG 35M (Mannlicher M1935)
Bolt-Action Service Rifle
6
Picture of the Krag-Jorgensen Model 1894 (Series)
National Flag Graphic
1894
Krag-Jorgensen Model 1894 (Series)
Bolt-Action Service Rifle
7
Picture of the Lee-Enfield (Series)
National Flag Graphic
1895
Lee-Enfield (Series)
Bolt-Action, Magazine-Fed, Repeating Service Rifle
8
Picture of the M1917 Enfield (American Enfield)
National Flag Graphic
1917
M1917 Enfield (American Enfield)
Bolt-Action Service Rifle
9
Picture of the M3 Carbine (US Carbine, Caliber 30, M3)
National Flag Graphic
1944
M3 Carbine (US Carbine, Caliber 30, M3)
Sniper Carbine Rifle
10
Picture of the Mannlicher Model 1895
National Flag Graphic
1895
Mannlicher Model 1895
Bolt-Action Service Rifle
11
Picture of the MAS 36 (modele 36 / mle 36)
National Flag Graphic
1936
MAS 36 (modele 36 / mle 36)
Bolt-Action Service Rifle
12
Picture of the Mauser Karabiner Kar 98k
National Flag Graphic
1935
Mauser Karabiner Kar 98k
Bolt-Action Service Rifle
13
Picture of the Mauser Model 1898 (Gew 98)
National Flag Graphic
1898
Mauser Model 1898 (Gew 98)
Bolt-Action Service Rifle
14
Picture of the Mondragon Rifle (Fusil Mondragon)
National Flag Graphic
1900
Mondragon Rifle (Fusil Mondragon)
Semi-Automatic Service Rifle
15
Picture of the Mosin-Nagant Model 1891
National Flag Graphic
1891
Mosin-Nagant Model 1891
Bolt-Action Service Rifle / Carbine
16
Picture of the Remington Model 1903 (Springfield)
National Flag Graphic
1941
Remington Model 1903 (Springfield)
Bolt-Action Hunting / Sniper Rifle
17
Picture of the Ross Rifle
National Flag Graphic
1905
Ross Rifle
Straight-Pull Bolt-Action Service Rifle
18
Picture of the Springfield Model 1903 (M1903)
National Flag Graphic
1903
Springfield Model 1903 (M1903)
Bolt-Action Service Rifle / Sniper Rifle
19
Picture of the Tokarev SVT-40
National Flag Graphic
1940
Tokarev SVT-40
Self-Loading, Semi-Automatic Rifle
20
Picture of the Type 24 (Chiang Kai-Shek Rifle)
National Flag Graphic
1935
Type 24 (Chiang Kai-Shek Rifle)
Bolt-Action Service Rifle
21
Picture of the Walther Gewehr 43 (G43 / Gew 43)
National Flag Graphic
1943
Walther Gewehr 43 (G43 / Gew 43)
Self-Loading, Semi-Automatic Rifle
22
Picture of the Winchester Model 69
National Flag Graphic
1935
Winchester Model 69
Bolt-Action Hunting / Sporting Rifle
23
Picture of the Winchester Model 70
National Flag Graphic
1936
Winchester Model 70
Bolt-Action Sniper Rifle
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