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New Service 1915, pic taken till I replaced estate sale grip panel..

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My M1903 Springfield mfg 1918. Not sure if it saw action in WWI, but was most likely ship's arsenal in WWII. Then shipped off to Greece under Lend/Lease during the Greek Civil War.

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1915 Mosin Nagant M91 infantry rifle. Finnish captured during Russia's expansion effort to gain a sea port. What is unique about this rifle is it still retains its Peter the Great royal stamp.

Both guns are still functional and I've taken them to the range. If only they could tell their stories.
 

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Here's my 1914 German MG08 Maxim water cooled, belt fed, machine gun. She was manufactured at Spandau Arsenal in Berlin. She's a veteran of WWI, amnesty registered, and fully transferrable. She shoots just fine using Romanian surplus 8mm ammo. But, she is one heavy baby. These are definitely crew served weapons.





 

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Since we're in a revolver forum, this is a Swiss M1882-29 7.5mm revolver:

Air gun Trigger Gun barrel Gun accessory Revolver


This example was produced in the early 1940's. The Swiss continued to issue these into the 1970's
 
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