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Top World War II firearms of Germany: All

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Selbstladegewehr 251(a) (American M1 Garand) 7121
2 MP 761(f) (French Thompson Submachine Gun M1921) 6332
3 Selbstladekarabiner 455(a) (American M1 carbine) 4248
4 Karabiner 98k, also K98k or Kar98k (standard infantry rifle of WWII) 3034
5 MG 42 2596
6 MP 717(r) (Soviet PPSh-41) 2239
7 MP 751(e) (captured British Sten Mk II with silencer) 1937
8 Selbstladegewehr 259(r) (Soviet SVT-40) 1490
9 FG 42 1444
10 Gewehr 98 (standard German infantry rifle of World War I) 1274
11 Gewehr 43 Modification of G 41 (W) to gas-operated , later renamed Karabiner 43 1145
12 MG 34 1132
13 Panzerfaust - pre-loaded anti-tank munition 1115
14 Panzerschreck - a stronger, German variation of the American Bazooka 974
15 MG 08 881
16 Karabiner 430 (Italian moschetto modello 38 in 7.35 mm) 873
17 Gewehr 41 (M) Mauser design tested in 1941, not accepted for service * 601
18 Gewehr 24(t) (built under licence) 561
19 MP 716(r) (Soviet PPD-40) 558
20 MP 739(i) (Italian Beretta M38/44) 557
21 MP 3008 (German near-copy of the Sten Mk. II made at the end of the war) 442
22 Volkssturmgewehr 1-5 Intended as a cheap and mass produced self-loading weapon. First series completed in late 44. 438
23 Selbstladegewehr 257(r) (Soviet AVS-36) 428
24 Gewehr 98(ö) (Austrian Steyr-Mannlicher M1895) 387
25 MG 07/12 299
26 MG 30 260
27 MP 722(f) (French MAS-38) 230
28 Gewehr 98/40 (Hungarian 35M rifle) 226
29 Gewehr 33/40(t) (manufactured by Československá Statni Zbrojovka Brno) 225
30 IMG 28 187
31 MP 35 (Bergmann version of the MP.34 Bgm.) 140
32 EMP 44 (cheap weapon made by Erma at the end of the war) 110
33 MG 30(p) 110
34 MG 30(t) 108
35 Orita M1941 91
36 Sturmpistole, modified flare gun 62
37 MP 30(ö) (ex-Austrian S1-100 variant) 55
38 Gewehr 35 Developed by Mauser as a private venture in 1935, not accepted for service. Two versions S and M 10
39 Maschinenkarabiner M35 Developed by Vomllmer as private venture in 1935, version Typ A 35/II follows in 1938 and Typ A 35/III in 1939 7
40 MP E (Erma) 7
41 Selbstladegewehr 310(f) (French Fusil Mitrailleur RSC mle 1918) 6
42 Swiss Solothurn 7.92 mm MSS 41 6
43 Karabiner 415 (Norwegian Karabin m/1912 in 6.5 mm) 6
44 MP 44 < 5
45 Gewehr 249(a) (American Springfield M 03 in 7.62) < 5
46 Danuvia 43M < 5
47 Karabiner 98b < 5
48 Gewehr 242(f) (French MAS-36 in 7.5 mm) < 5
49 American M50 Reising submachine gun and M55 Reising < 5
50 Gewehr 281 (British Rifle Nº 1 Mk III in 7.7 mm) < 5
51 Gewehr 215 (Greek mannlicher-Schönauer Model 03/14 in 6.5 mm) < 5
52 Karabiner 497 (Polish Karabinek 91/98/25 in 7.92 mm) < 5
53 ZK 383(t) (Czechoslovak submachine gun) < 5
54 Panzerbüchse 35(p) (PzB 35(p) - Polish Kb ppanc wz.35 anti-tank rifle) < 5
55 Panzerbüchse Boyes - British Boys 0.55 Anti-tank rifle < 5
56 Maschinenpistole 43/1 Variant of MP 43 with provision for a screw-on rifle grenade launcher < 5
57 MP 34(ö) (ex-Austrian Steyr Solothurn) < 5
58 Sturmgewehr 45 Experimental lightweight selective-fire weapon, with roller-locked retarded blowback system, also known as MP 45 (M) only prototypes built prior to end of war. Forefunner of the Spanish CETME 58. < 5
59 MP 40/I (main production model) < 5
60 British Lanchester SMG < 5
61 Sturmgewehr 44 New name for the MP 44, no changes in design < 5
62 VMG-27 < 5
63 US UD M42 < 5
64 Danish Madsen M41 (a licence manufactured variant of the Suomi M-31) < 5
65 MP 41 (MP 40 w/ MP 28-like stock) < 5
66 Gewehr 211 (Dutch Geweer M95 Manlicher in 6.5 mm) < 5
67 US M3/M3A1 "Grease Guns" < 5
68 Maschinenkarabiner 42 (H) Designed by Hugo Schmeisser. Accepted after troop trials in 1943, about 8000 produced, served as prototype to MP 43. < 5
69 MP 34 Bgm (Bergmann) < 5
70 Gewehr 299(p) (Polish) < 5
71 MP 719(r) (Soviet PPS-43) < 5
72 Panzerbüchse 39 anti-tank rifle < 5
73 Panzerbüchse 38 anti-tank rifle < 5

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