List of infantry weapons of World War I

Summary

This is a list of infantry weapons of World War I (1914-1918).

Austro-Hungarian Empire

Edged weapons

  • M1858/61 Kavalleriesäbel
  • M1862 Infanteriesäbel
  • M1873 Artilleriesäbel
  • M1904 Kavalleriesäbel
  • M1915 Pioneer sword

Flare guns

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Flamethrowers

Mortars

Support guns

Kingdom of Belgium

Sidearms

Shotguns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Mortars

British Empire

Lee-Enfield Magazine Mark I* rifle ("long Tom")

Edged weapons

Flare guns

  • Webley & Scott Mark III

Sidearms

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Obstacle clearing explosive charges

Flamethrowers

  • Hay portable flamethrower
  • Morriss portable flamethrower

Mortars

Projectile weapons

Anti-aircraft weapons

Kingdom of Bulgaria

Sidearms

Rifles

Machine guns

Flamethrowers

French Third Republic

Lebel M1886 rifle

Edged weapons

Sidearms

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Obstacle clearing explosive charges

  • Barbed wire destruction rod grenade[6]

Flamethrowers

Mortars

Projectile weapons

Support guns

German Empire

Mauser Gewehr 98 rifle and bayonet

Edged weapons

  • M1889 Infanteriesäbel (Sword)
  • Seitengewehr 84/98 III (Bayonet)
  • Seitengewehr 98/05 (Bayonet)

Flare guns

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Anti-tank mines

Flamethrowers

Mortars

Support guns

Anti-tank weapons

Anti-aircraft weapons

Kingdom of Greece

Edged weapons

Sidearms

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Mortars

Kingdom of Italy

Edged weapons

  • M1891 sciabola baionetta (Sword bayonet)

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Flamethrowers

Mortars

Empire of Japan

Murata rifle

Edged weapons

Sidearms

Rifles

Machine guns

Kingdom of Montenegro

Sidearms

Rifles

Machine guns

Ottoman Empire

Sidearms

Submachine guns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Flamethrowers

Portuguese Republic

Sidearms

Rifles

Machine guns

Mortars

Kingdom of Romania

Sidearms

Rifles

Machine guns

Russian Empire

Mosin-Nagant M1891 rifle

Edged weapons

Sidearms

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Flamethrowers

  • Tovarnitski portable flamethrower

Mortars

Support guns

Kingdom of Serbia

Sidearms

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

  • Vasić M1912

Flamethrowers

Mortars

United States

Springfield M1903 rifle

Edged weapons

Sidearms

Shotguns

Rifles

Machine guns

Grenades

Mortars

Support guns

Weapons used in trench raids

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g passioncompassion1418 (ed.), "Some world war one German grenades".
  2. ^ landships (ed.), "Saint Chamond 142mm M1915 Delattre".
  3. ^ a b passioncompassion1418, "Van Deuren 70mm M1915".
  4. ^ a b c d e f passioncompassion1418 (ed.), "Some world war one British grenades".
  5. ^ a b Chinn, "The machine gun: Part III full automatic machine gun development".
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n passioncompassion1418 (ed.), "Some world war one French grenades".

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