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This rifle was designed in 1860 and was the basis for Winchester rifle of the American Wild West. It features lever-action, breech-loading and tubular magazine. Its peak time was during the Battle of the Little Bighorn.
Henry Repeating Rifle
Volition Repeating Rifle
Colt Lightning Rifle
Volcanic Repeating Rifle

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Popular nicknames for this sub-machine gun are "Grease Gun" and "the Greaser". Since the gun was introduced in 1942 by General Electric, over 600,000 units were made.
M50 Reising
Thompson Model 1928
M2 Hyde
M3

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In 1982 this revolutionary handgun was brought to its first owners – Austrian military and police. Under the name P80 (Pistole 80) it replaced their former handgun, World War II-era Walther P38.
Heckler & Koch P9S
SIG Sauer P220
Glock 17
Steyr Mannlicher GB

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This old timer was popular concealed carry gun at its time. It had a single barrel with length varying from 1.5 to 6 inches. It had back action percussion locks, typically .41" rifled bores, and walnut stocks. Gun’s hardware was a copper-nickel alloy known as "German silver".
Lancaster pistol
FN M1905
Dreyse Model 1907
Philadelphia Derringer

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Some still call this gun "broomhandle" because of the unique grip shaped like the handle of a broom. Some other typical characteristics of this gun are the long barrel, the integral box magazine in front of the trigger and the wooden shoulder stock also serving as a holster or carrying case. Its effective firing range is over 150 meters and muzzle velocity is 425 m/s.
Mauser C96
Bergmann–Bayard model 1910
Luger P08
Browning Hi-Power

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This gun was developed by Gordon B. Ingram in 1964 and enhanced by sound suppressor designed by Mitchell WerBell III of Sionics. It is originally chambered in either .45 ACP or 9mm.
Vulcan M-11-9
Cobray M-11/9
MAC-10
MGP-84

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Putting it into the words of its manufacturer, this is "The Gun that Won the West". It came in a 24-inch barrel rifle, a 20-inch barrel carbine and a “musket” variations. Production went on until 1923 and total of 720,000 guns were made.
Winchester 1873
Evans Repeating Rifle
The Spencer 1860
Enfield Pattern 1853

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This six-shot double-action revolver with fixed sights was the first Smith & Wesson revolver featuring a cylinder release latch on the left side of the frame. It has been introduced over 100 years ago and it is still being produced. It went through many engineering and production changes such as introduction of internal lock in 2002.
Smith & Wesson Model 1
Smith & Wesson Model 10
Smith & Wesson M1917
Smith & Wesson Safety Hammerless

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This 9 mm Caliber gun has a Length of 197 mm out of which 118 mm is a Barrel length. Height is 127.5 mm and width with stocks is 36 mm. Weight with loaded magazine is 1,060 g out of which 160 grams is the weight of its standard magazine with 13 cartridges. Muzzle velocity is 350 m/s and effective range is 50 m. This locked-breech, semi-automatic, single-action, recoil-operated pistol is widely used by military.
Beretta Cheetah
Mauser HSc
Browning Hi-Power
Walther PP

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This gas-operated, 7.62×39mm assault rifle was developed in the Soviet Union. It carries the name of its Russian designer. Original model and its variants are considered to be the most popular and widely used assault rifles in the world.
Sturmgewehr 44 assault rifle
AK-47
Stechkin automatic
PP-19 Bizon

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One of the names this gun is referred to is “Peacemaker”. This single-action revolver with a revolving cylinder holding six metallic cartridges was adopted as the standard military service revolver until 1892.
Smith & Wesson Model 3
Colt Single Action Army
Smith & Wesson .38 Single Action
Colt Model 1871-72 Open Top

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The XM25 Counter Defilade Target Engagement (CDTE) System is an air burst grenade launcher produced by Heckler & Koch. It was fielded to soldiers serving in the War in Afghanistan between 2010 and program cancellation in 2017. What is the popular nickname for this weapon?
Destroyer
Launcher
Killer
Punisher

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Even though a person is required to crank it, this gun is often considered to be the first successful machine gun. A working prototype was developed in 1861 and US Government officially purchased first batch of these guns in 1866.
Maxim gun
Coffee Mill Gun
Gatling gun
Gorgas gun

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One Captain of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) designed this weapon following the 1948 Arab-Israeli War. This open-bolt, blowback-operated sub-machine gun fires 600 rounds per minute. Around 10 million units have been created worldwide.
IMI Uzi
Micro Tavor
TAR-21
IMI Galil

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This gun was originally designed for police use, but was also widely used with military and civilians. Elvis, Hitler and James Bond are among many users of this pistol with traditional double-action trigger mechanism.
Walther PPK
Makarov pistol
Colt M1911
Beretta 92

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This gun was one of the most widespread weapons on the European continent as approximately 7 million units have been built. It was used for the light infantry, artillery and even cavalry. It was Napoleon Bonaparte who ordered the rework on original model – some minor modifications on the lock, bayonet and stock appeared in the so called "corrected" version in 1800.
Brown Bess
Musket Model 1777
Charleville musket
Potzdam 1723

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This semi-automatic pistol with 100 mm (3.9 in) barrel is chambered in 9×19mm Parabellum. It was designed in 1898 and produced by Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken (DWM). It is the most commonly associated with Nazi German military through the end of World War II.
Borchardt C-93
Walther P38
Luger P08
Stoeger .22 CAL

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Key feature of this semi-automatic handgun is the largest center-fire cartridge of any magazine-fed, self-loading pistol. It has been produced since 1982 and by several different entities. Its biggest drawback is its weight.
Jericho 941
CZ-75
Desert Eagle
The Smith & Wesson M&P

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This gun is one of the symbols of Prohibition era and has many nicknames to confirm it: "Chicago Typewriter", "Chicago Style", "The Chopper", just to name a few. It features recognizable large .45 ACP cartridge and high volume of fully automatic fire.
Remington Model 8
Thompson sub-machine gun
Browning Auto-5
Winchester 1897 Riot

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Originally, this was a select-fire, 5.56×45mm rifle with a 20-round magazine. It entered US Military in 1964 and soon became standard military service rifle. A1 version improvements include a bolt-assist and a new 30-round magazine.
Robinson Armament XCR
Colt 9mm SMG
T65 assault rifle
M16 rifle

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