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  • Antitank rifle Blum

  • Blum antitank rifle model 1942 In the mid-1930s, the USSR launched large-scale work to create anti-tank rifles. Among other developers and was Soviet designer MN Blum.


  • Antitank rifle Boys Anti-Tank rifle Mk I / Mk I * / Mk II

  • antitank rifle Boys Anti-Tank rifle Mk I In October 1934, the military leadership of the United Kingdom has initiated a project to develop anti-tank rifle (PTR). This project was headed by well-known expert in arms, assistant chief of the Bureau of Plant Design «Royal Small Arms Factory» Enfield British army captain Boyce (HC Boys). Development was carried out in the framework of activities of the Committee of the British light weapons and had the code name «Stanchion» (backup). antitank rifle Boys Mk I When using the After field tests, the new anti-system in November 1937, was officially adopted by the British Army, received the designation «Boys Anti-Tank rifle Mark I» (Anti-tank gun Boyce model 1). It should be noted that not originally planned to give this weapon a name of one of its developers, but shortly before adopting it Captain Boyce died, that was the reason to perpetuate his name in the title of PTR.


  • Antitank rifle BSW Model 1

  • PTR BSW Model 1 In 1940, in order to replace in service with the Wehrmacht singly antitank guns (MFR) PzB 38 and 39 chambered PzB «Patrone 318" (metric designation 7.92x94), announced a competition to create new models of self-loading anti-tank rifles.


  • Antitank rifle Carl Gustav pvg m/42

  • Carl Gustav pvg m/42 In 1940, the designers of the company «Carl Gustav», as part of the development of infantry anti-tank weapons, melee attacks, work was begun on the creation of a large-caliber anti-tank rifle (PTR). In order to reduce weight and recoil this weapon was used by Swedish engineers dynamo jet principle.


  • Antitank gun Degtyarev PTRD

  • Antitank gun Degtyarev PTRD Antitank gun Degtyarev PTRD Work on the creation of anti-tank guns (MFI) in the USSR were begun in 1930. By the end of the 30s of the twentieth century Soviet designers MN Blum, SV Vladimirov, S. Korovin, NV Rukavishnikov and BG SHpitalna was created fifteen samples antitank guns.


  • Antitank rifle Gustloff-Werke Model 1941

  • PTR Gustloff-Werke Model 1941 In 1940, in order to replace in service with the Wehrmacht singly antitank guns PzB 38 and 39 chambered PzB «Patrone 318", a competition was announced for the creation of new models of self-loading anti-tank rifles.


  • Antitank rifle Kb ppanc wz.35 / Kb Ur wz.35 / Karabin Maroszka

  • Kb ppanc wz.35 (Kb Ur wz.35) Bipod In the first half of the 1930s Polish gunsmiths, the program for the development of anti-infantry melee weapons, work was begun on the creation of anti-tank rifle (PTR). The development team, consisting of P. Vilnivchits (P. Wilniewczyc), E. Stsetke (E. Szetke), Felchin T. (T. Felsztyn) headed engineer of the State Armory «Panstwowa Fabryka Karabinow» Warsaw Marozhek Joseph (Jozef Maroszek). Caliber, mm 7,92 × 107 Length mm 1760 Barrel length, mm 1200 Weight empty, kg 9.1 store count.


  • Antitank rifle Mauser T-Gewehr M 1918

  • antitank rifle Mauser T-Gewehr M 1918 merits of establishing the first anti-tank rifle (PTR) belong to Germany, because for the first time tanks were used against this state during the First World War.


  • Antitank rifle Oerlikon SSG 32 / SSG 36

  • Oerlikon SSG 32 In 1932, the Swiss company «Werkzeugmaschinenfabrik Oerlikon» was developed large-caliber semi-automatic anti-tank rifle (MFR) to get the index SSG 32 (Schweres Selbtsladen Gewehr 32 - heavy semi-automatic rifle model 1932). This weapon had a certain similarity with automatic air gun Becker, which was developed and applied in the German Air Force during the First World War.


  • Antitank rifle Panzerbuchse PzB 39

  • Panzerbuchse 39 anti-tank gun (PzB 39) In the second half of the 1930s design engineer B. Brower (B. Brauer) German company «Gustloff Werke» has developed a single-shot anti-tank gun, which in 1938, with the designation «Panzerbuchse 38" (abbreviated «PzB 38") was adopted by the army in Germany.


  • Antitank rifle Panzerbuchse PzB 40 G / Model 42 / Model 44

  • MFR Model 42 (PzB 40 G) At the end of the 1930s in Germany have been developed and adopted infantry anti-tank guns (MFR) PzB PzB 38 and 39 armor penetration of up to 30 mm. However, at the beginning of World War II, these funds have shown the ineffectiveness of anti-tank defenses against modern tanks.


  • Antitank rifle Panzerbuchse PzB 40 K / Model 43

  • MFR Model 43 (PzB 40 K) In late 1930 a Wehrmacht were taken singly anti-tank guns (MFR) PzB PzB 38 and 39 armor penetration of up to 30 mm. However, at the beginning of the Second World War, they did not meet the increased requirements of the means infantry antitank defense.


  • Antitank rifle Panzerbuchse PzB 40 M / Model 41

  • MFR Model 41 (PzB 40 M) At the beginning of World War II as an antitank infantry anti-tank guns were used by the Wehrmacht (MFR) PzB PzB 38 and 39 armor penetration of up to 30 mm. However, the creation of new tanks and increased thickness of the armor showed the ineffectiveness of these guns against modern tanks.


  • Antitank rifle Panzerbuchse PzB 40 W / Model 40

  • MFR Model 40 (PzB 40 W) the beginning of World War II armed infantry units of the German army were anti-tank guns (MFR) PzB PzB 38 and 39 armor penetration of up to 30 mm. However, the creation of new tanks and increased thickness of the armor showed the ineffectiveness of anti-tank weapons.


  • Antitank rifle Panzerbuchse PzB 42

  • PzB 42 a role in the history of infantry anti-tank weapons melee Nazi Germany played gunsmiths development Czechoslovakia during World War II. After the occupation of Czechoslovakia by Germany in 1939 research and development (R & D) to create anti-tank rifles (MFR), Czechoslovak designers started before the war, were continued in conjunction with the German gunsmiths.


  • Antitank rifle PzB M. SS 41 / PzB 41 (t)

  • PzB M. SS 41 PzB M. SS 41 a role in the history of infantry anti-tank weapons melee Nazi Germany played an anti-tank guns (MFR) developed in the German-occupied Czechoslovakia during World War II. All research and development (R & D) in this area started Czechoslovak designers even before the war, continued after 1939, but for the occupants.


  • Rukavishnikova anti-tank gun model 1939

  • Rukavishnikova anti-tank gun model 1939 Extensive work on the development of anti-tank guns (MFI) in the Soviet Union to the governmental decree of 13 March 1936. In the years 1936-1938 have been tested 15 different systems PTR caliber from 12.7 to 25 mm, until it became clear that the requirements imposed on an antitank rifle, were originally overstated.


  • Rukavishnikova anti-tank gun model 1942

  • Rukavishnikova anti-tank gun model 1942 In 1939, an employee of scientific test range of small arms (NIPSVO) NV Rukavishnikov was developed semi-automatic anti-tank rifle chambered 14.5h114 mm. This weapon was easy to handle and use, has good maneuverability and rate of fire, had small size and easy to be carried by two soldiers, punched 20-mm cemented armor at an angle of 20 ° meeting at a distance of 500 m Rukavishnikova anti-tank gun model 1939 In October 1939, 14.5-mm anti-tank gun Rukavishnikova system under the name "14.5-mm anti-tank gun model 1939" was accepted into service of the Red Army (the Workers 'and Peasants' Red Army). Planned in 1939 to produce 50, and in 1940, 15,000 MFR.


  • Antitank rifle Sholokhov

  • Sholokhov antitank rifle Before the Great Patriotic War of the Soviet military leadership circles, the prevailing misconception that in the coming war potential enemy tanks will have frontal armor thickness of 60-80 mm. In this regard, the Red Army troops were not equipped infantry antitank defense means melee.


  • Antitank rifle Shpitalniy

  • Shpitalniy antitank rifle In 1939 Scientific Testing Ground small arms (NIPSVO) were tested anti-tank rifles, developed under the use of a new cartridge h114 14.5 mm (before the approval of the ammunition). Among other developments Soviet designers such as Rukavishnikova and Vladimirov, was presented and experimental PTR Shpitalniy system.


  • Anti-tank rifle Simonov PTW

  • anti-tank rifle Simonov PTW anti-tank rifle Simonov PTW Work on the creation of anti-tank guns (MFI) in the USSR were begun in 1930.


  • Antitank rifle Solothurn S18-100

  • Solothurn S18-100 Solothurn S18-100 Caliber, mm 20h105 Length mm 1760 Barrel length, mm 930 Weight empty, kg 40 store count.


  • Antitank rifle Solothurn S18-1000 / S18-1100

  • Solothurn S18-1000 Solothurn S18-1000 In the early 1930s the German weapons Concern «Rheinmetall-Borsig AG» was developed heavy, semi-automatic, magazine-anti-tank gun that could exploit 20x105 mm cartridge.


  • Anti-tank gun Type 97

  • Type 97 No shop Type 97 With attached shop In 1930 Japanese gunsmiths began work on the development of anti-tank rifle.


  • Antitank gun Vladimirov

  • 14.5-mm PTR Vladimirov model 1938 In the mid-1930s in the USSR were begun extensive work on the development of anti-tank rifles. Among other developers in the competition for the new PTR attended and well-known Soviet designer SV Vladimirov.


  • Antitank rifle W/7.92

  • W/7.92 W/7.92 In 1930 Czechoslovak gunsmiths were initiated research and development (R & D) to create a new anti-infantry melee weapons.


  • Antitank rifle W/15

  • W/15 In 1930 Czechoslovak gunsmiths were initiated research and development (R & D) to create a new anti-infantry melee weapons.


  • Jet bazooka Airtronic USA RPG-7 / Mk777

  • Airtronic USA RPG-7 Popularity RPG-7, created in the USSR in the late 1950s - early 1960s, its successful design, the prevalence and availability of a wide range of ammunition around the world, designers spodviglo American company «Airtronic USA, Inc.


  • Revolver Abadie M 1878 / M 1886

  • Abadie M 1878 gunsmith Abadi (Abadie) is considered the inventor of alternating extraction of spent cartridges, which is found in most Belgian and some other revolvers with solid frame.


  • Revolver Adams M 1851

  • Adams M 1851 "Dragoon» Kalibra.500 (12.7 mm) In 1851, the talented English gunsmith, manager of the London firm arms manufacturers «George & John Deane» - Robert Adams (Robert Adams) received a British patent for a new design primer revolver own design.





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