So, yesterday I had the opportunity to visit the "historical" armory of the base I'm at. Suffice to say it's a little paradise, and the best part of it is that most of those weapons are not neutralized, since it's not technically a museum. So without further ado, I'll dump what I've taken.
g41's , g43's, fg42 plus one prototype fg42, stg44 etc...
about 40, kek. There are some real oddities like a bunch of prototype guns I hadn't ever heard of.
They also have an iranian made ppsh41 in 9mm
Sorry for the blurry pic, that's a madsen on the right.
Madsen + I have no idea what those swiss things are
Nuggets nuggets nuggets.
That's because it's the same, but I think I took more photos than he did.
It's a safe bet that most of them do, though some are neutralized. But the armorer told me that the real bitch was finding ammo, since they are not issued with it, but sometimes they do take some of them to the range.
That's an armory in a military base.
I have no idea what some of this stuff is.
Durka durka chinkshit, Saudi made g3, Iranian made ppsh 41 in 9 mm
mg 08. Would have hated to lug that around.
Is that a Breda 30 at the "bottom"? What is the tube above it and below the smg I can't identify thanks to my ignorance of smgs.
Thanks in advance to the anon that knows, I'm tired and anything to help bump for OP.
there's a bunch of french stuff later, including prototypes
German handguns. Can you spot the german qt?
>Is that a Breda 30
It is, looks like I omitted it, along with a bunch of japanese WWII rifles.
FRF2, prototypes rifles and assault rifles...OMG IS DAT A FAMAS
Your Maxim and snail magazine Luger make up for it tenfold.
Also, you work at an awesome place and I wish I had a collection like that.
If it's true stuff occasionally gets used, please post pictures or video of that.
Dat fucking 7,62 assault rifle prototype.
Those ones are the most often taken to the range due to availability of ammo, except the p90
Antitank raifus + rpgs and grenade launchers
That will be all for now. There was a bucnh of stuff I missed, including a quadmount mg-17 and a bunch of other display that was too common/ mildly interesting.
That's an east german sks poking its ass into the picture.