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Automatic Rifles - Germany

H&K G11

The development of the G11 rifle was started in the late 1960's, when West German government decided to replace existing G3 rifle with lighter weapon with much better hit probability.

The initial studies lead to the idea of the small-caliber, rapid-fire rifle that fires caseless ammunition. T...

H&K G3

During the early- to mid-1950s West Germany, like the other NATO countries, faced the need for rearming its army for the newest common 7.62x51mm NATO caliber small arms. Initially Germans preferred the Belgian FN FAL rifle, and adopted it circa 1956 under the designation of G1. Due to obvious re...

H&K G36 / G36K / G36C

The Heckler und Koch G-36 assault rifle had been born as HK-50 project in early 1990s. The reason behind that project was that the Bundeswehr (the German army), after the cancellation of the G11 and G41 projects, was left with outdated G3 rifle and no modern rifle, compatible with the current NAT...

H&K G41

The G-41 assault rifle had been developed in early 1980s from HK-33E assault rifle as a companion to the G-11. While the caseless G11 had to be issued to the front line troops, the G-41 had to be issued to second line troops. When G-11 programme collapsed due to financial and political reasons in...

H&K HK33E

HK33 had been developed by the German company Heckler und Koch in mid- to late 1960s as a scaled-down version of their G3 battle rifle, and entered production in 1968. HK33 was developed for then-new cartridge, 5.56x45mm (.223 Remington), and while it had not been adopted by German military, it s...

H&K MSG90

The MSG-90 sniper rifle had been introduced by the German company Heckler-Koch in 1987 as a "militarized" offspring of their PSG-1 police sniper rifle. It was built to military specifications, and is much lighter and somewhat cheaper than the HK PSG-1. It shares most essential features of the PSG...

H&K PSG-1

The PSG-1 sniper system (PrazisionsSchutzenGewehr, or "high-precision marksman`s rifle" in English) had been developed by the German company Heckler - Koch by the mid-1980s as an ultimate police and counter-terror weapon. Some German elite law-enforcement groups, like GSG or KSK-9, participate in...

H&K SL8 / SL8-1 / SL8-6

The SL-8 rifle was first presented to the public at IWA-98 show, and manufacturing commenced late in 1998. This rifle was designed by famous German arms-making company Heckler und Koch GmbH on the basis of its 5,56mm NATO G36 assault rifle, which is a standard issue rifle of German and Spanish ar...

MP 43 / MP 44 / Stg.44

This weapon, known as a worlds first assault rifle, was developed in Hitlers' Germany during the World War Two. Initial development took place under the designation of MKb.42 - MachinenKarabine, 1942. The experimental MKb's were developed by two german companies, Karl Walther (MKb.42(W)) and C.G....

StG45(M) (Sturmgewehr 45)

The Mauser Sturmgewehr 45 (aka StG45(M), literally "Storm Rifle" or "Assault Rifle" 1945) was a prototype assault rifle developed by Mauser for the Wehrmacht at the end of World War II, using a roller-delayed blowback mechanism. It fired 7.92x33mm (7.92 mm Kurz) ammunition at a cyclic rate of aro...

VG 1-5 (Volkssturmgewehr 1-5)

The Volkssturmgewehr 1-5 is a 7.92 mm caliber semi-automatic rifle developed by Nazi Germany during World War II. It is also known as the VG 1-5, Volkssturm-Gewehr 1-5, Versuchs-Gerät 1-5 and "Gustloff" and was intended to be used by the Volkssturm militia.

Overview:
Volkssturmgewehr 1-5 used...

Walther WA 2000

Walther Wa-2000 sniper rifle had been developed by Carl Walther Waffenfabrik (Germany) in early 1970s as a highly specialised police sniper rifle. Unlike many other sniper rifles of that period, WA-2000 was not a conversion of the sporting or hunting rifle, but entirely new design with some remar...

 

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