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Weaponry Museum of Tula

Posted on June 6, 2014 by tim


The museum of weapons in Tula is one of the oldest museums, founded in 1724. Its new building was opened in 2012. This is a 6-storey building that looks like a Russian warrior’s helmet:

An epee. The first epees appeared in Spain in the second half of the 15th century.

A saber, they appeared in the 7th century.

Cavalry pistols.

Bayonets for rifles.

The Nagant revolver is the revolver designed by Belgian brothers, Emil and Leon Nagant.

A broadsword is a piercing-slashing cold arm.

A helmet.

A slasher is a particularly large combat  knife.

A sports pistol.

Crossbow-shnepper “Storm”

A universal machine gun 56-P-427 designed by Silin

An antitank missile system “Kornet-E”:

12.7 mm sniper rifle OSV-96.

Browning heavy machine gun. Rifle 91 \ 98 \ 25:

Aviation machine guns.

An Aviation grenade launcher.

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2 Responses to “Weaponry Museum of Tula”

  1. petrohof says:

    the browning on pg 4 is not heavy machine gun, it is only 30 cal. model 1917

    • OldBikr says:

      Actually it IS/Was considered to be a “heavy machine gun” the term is based on the projected use rather than on the caliber. This is a sustained fire weapon as it is equipped with a water jacket to allow prolonged firing.

      Perhaps a better term for it would be “support machine gun”.

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