- Pistol Glock 31
Glock 31 In 1998 the company «Glock» created primarily for the American market, gun Glock 31 became popular under the new patron.357 SIG.
- Pistol Glock 32
Glock 32 In 1998 the company «Glock», along with a new Glock 31 pistol, it has been proposed compact model Glock 32 under patron.357 SIG.
- Pistol Glock 33
Glock 33 In 1998 the company «Glock», continuing a series of pistols Glock family under patron.357 SIG (Glock 31 and Glock 32), released ultra-compact Glock model 33 for this round.
- Pistol Glock 34
Glock 34 Glock 34 In 1998 the company «Glock», primarily for precision shooting sports, released a pistol Glock 34 chambered for 9x19 mm Parabellum.
- Pistol Glock 35
Glock 35 Glock 35 In 1998, together with the "sports" Glock 34 pistol chambered for 9x19 mm Parabellum, the company «Glock» released a similar model Glock 35, but under patron.40 S & W. new pistol, as the previous model, designed specifically as a target for weapons training sessions the International Association for pistol shooting.
- Pistol Glock 36
Glock 36 Glock 36 In 1997 «Glock» released subcompact (Subcompact - compact) Glock 30 pistol under a heavy patron.45 ACP.
- Pistol Glock 37
Glock 37 .45 GAP (left) .45 ACP (right) In 1990 the company «Glock» Glock 21 pistol created under a heavy patron.45 ACP.
- Pistol Glock 38
Glock 38 Shortly after the establishment in 2003, Glock 37 pistol under new patron.45 GAP, the company «Glock» was offered his version of the compact Glock 38, which differed from the previous model only smaller.
- Pistol Glock 39
Glock 39 In the first half of 2000 the company «Glock», continuing a series of family pistols Glock (Glock 37 and Glock 38) under patron.45 GAP, released subcompact Glock model 39 under the same ammo.
- Gun HAFDASA / ZONDA
HAFDASA Argentinian company «Hispano Argentine Fabricas de Automoviles SA» («HAFDASA») from Buenos Aires came to the arms market in the second half of the 1930s with his gun Ballester-Molina, is an almost exact copy of the American pistol Colt M1911A1.
- Gun Kolibri
Kolibri In the early twentieth century Austrian inventor Franz Pfannl (Franz Pfannl) created a pocket-pistol «Erika» under unusual cartridge caliber 4.25 mm. Great commercial success that gun had not, but at this Pfannl not calmed down and decided to make even more miniature gun.
- Gun LES Rogak P-18
LES Rogak P-18 In 1968, the Austrian company Steyr-Daimler-Puch A. G., to replace outdated models of handguns that were in service with the Austrian army and police, work was begun to develop a new handgun.
- Gun Mannlicher M1894
Mannlicher M1894 Mannlicher M1894 pistol was presented to the famous Austrian Mannlicher gunsmith Ferdinand (Ferdinand Mannlicher) in 1894 and became one of the first semi-automatic pistols.
- Gun Mannlicher M1896 / M1903 (M03)
Mannlicher M1896 Selbstladepistole Gun Mannlicher M1903 (M03) is the most interesting model developed by famous Austrian Mannlicher gunsmith F., and is a modified version of the original design in 1896 - gun Mannlicher M1896 (M96). In 1896 Ferdinand Mannlicher (Ferdinand Mannlicher) instead of his gun Mannlicher M1894 (with its interesting but impractical design) proposed new development - gun Mannlicher M1896 Selbstladepistole.
- Gun Mannlicher M1901 / M1905
Mannlicher M1901 In connection with the needs of the troops in their personal weapons famous gunsmith Ferdinand Mannlicher (Ferdinand Mannlicher) began work on a gun with an adherent gate in 1896, but prior to the 1900s, he failed to achieve satisfactory results.
- Gun OWA
OWA Early release In late 1919, the Austrian Arsenal in Vienna due to various problems was under threat of closure. To avoid closure, it was decided to integrate it into Osterreichischen Industriewerke.
- Roth-Sauer pistol 1900
Roth-Sauer 1900 Caliber, mm 7.65x13 (7.65 Roth-Sauer) Length mm 170 Barrel length mm 100 Weight empty, kg 0.655 store count.
- Pistol Roth-Steyr M 1907 / Repetierpistole M7
Roth-Steyr M 1907 (Repetierpistole M7) In 1898, the Austrian designer and owner of two ammunition factories in Vienna and Pressburg (Bratislava later) Georg Roth (Georg Roth) took a job as the manager of one of its factories Krnka Karel (Karel Krnka), who at that time was already experienced designer weapons.
- Pistol Sauer BAR
Sauer BAR In 1898, Behr Swiss Burkhard (Burkhard Behr) developed the short arms of the original design. Taking the ordinary revolver and "flatten" round revolving drum of a flat parallelepiped he got the weapon, which had only two "fighting" position.
- Gun Schonberger M1892
Schonberger M1892 Usually Schonberger M1892 pistol is considered the first automatic pistol, fit for practical use, but the question of whether he was also the first automatic pistol, got in free sale, still hotly debated.
- Pistol Steyr GB
Steyr GB In 1968, the Austrian company Steyr-Daimler-Puch A. G., to replace outdated models of handguns that were in service with the Austrian army and police, work was begun to develop a new pistol.
- Pistol Steyr M1911 / Steyr M1912 / Repetierpistole M12
Steyr M1911 Commercial model In 1911, the Austrian arms designer Karel Krnka created a new self-loading pistol, called Steyr M1911, which also became known with the name Steyr-Hahn («hahn» - from him.
- Pistol Steyr M / Steyr S
Steyr M40 In 1999, the Austrian company Steyr Mannlicher introduced a new series pistol Steyr M, created by a talented designer and an avid fan of bullet shooting Bubitsom William (Wilhelm Bubits). Some time before cooperation with «Steyr-Manlicher» Bubits worked for the company «Glock», where he created a gun of his own design.
- Pistol Steyr Pi-18
Steyr Pi-18 Earlier version In 1968, the Austrian company Steyr-Daimler-Puch A. G., to replace outdated models of handguns that were in service with the Austrian army and police, work was begun to develop a new pistol.
- Pistol Steyr-Pieper M1908/34
Steyr-Pieper M1908/34 Caliber, mm 7.65x17 Browning (.32 ACP) Length mm 162 Barrel length, mm 92 Weight empty, kg 0.630 Shop, count . cartridges 7 Muzzle velocity, m / s 300 Effective range, m 40 In 1934 adopted the Austrian police was adopted pistol Steyr-Pieper M1908/34 chambered for 7.65 mm Browning.
- Pistol Steyr-Pieper M1908
Steyr-Pieper M1908 Issue before the First World War Steyr-Pieper M1908 View of the trunk and the trunk latch In 1908, the Austrian company Osterreichische Waffenfabriks - Gesellschaft Steyr began to produce gun Steyr-Pieper M1908 chambered for 7.65 mm Browning.
- Pistol Steyr-Pieper M1909
Steyr-Pieper M1909 Issue before the First World War In 1908, the Austrian company Osterreichische Waffenfabriks - Gesellschaft Steyr began to produce gun Steyr-Pieper M1908 chambered for 7.65 mm Browning.
- Pistol Steyr SP
Steyr SP After the Second World War, the Austrian company Steyr because of the ban on the weapons issue has focused on the development of the motorcycle industry and various mechanical devices.
- Pistol Taurus PT 111 / PT 138 / PT 132
Taurus Millennium (first generation) PT 111B (top) and PT 138SS (below) In 1997, the famous Brazilian arms company «Taurus» has introduced a new compact pistol PT 111 (Pistola Taurus 111) chambered for 9x19 mm Parabellum.
- Greener police gun
Early embodiment of Greener shotgun, Which formed the basis rifles Greener police gun British firm «WW Greener», formed in 1829, is best known for the development and production of hunting rifles.