Let us have a look at the exhibits of Central Armed Forces Museum.
English rifles, turnout 1914, 1937.
A German Mauser gun, 6,35mm, turnout 1910-1914. From a private collection of I. Stalin.
7,62mm aircraft machine gun of Shpitalny and Komarinsky system.
Machine gun MG-34, Germany.
7,62mm – Schmeisser submachine gun, turnout 1944, MP-44, “Sturmgewehr”, Germany.
Missiles development has been launched in the USSR since the 20s. The first samples were made in 1938 for aircrafts arming. At the same time there was started the development of multiple launch rocket system for the land arms. BM-13 was made by a group of engineers under auspices of I. Gvai. In June, 21st , 1941, there was made up a decision about the series manufacturing. In the guard mortar unit effective there were 38 separate battalions, 114 regiments, 11 maintenance parties and 7 divisions of rocket artillery.
7,63mm Mauser gun, turnout 1896, K-96, model 1912.
14,5mm – Simonov antitank rifle, turnout 1941.
500kg high-explosive bomb.
Tokarev gun, turnout 1933.
Canned food delivered in the war years under lend-lease to the USSR.
11,43mm American Colt gun, turnout 1911.
Degtyaryov-Shpagin heavy machine gun, turnout 1938.
Beretta 9mm gun, turnout 1934, Italy.
Samples of hand-made weapons made by Buchenwald prisoners.
Colt gun, turnout 1911.
The slab of Reichstag wall.
The sabres of Soviet commanders.
Borchardt-Luger 9mm gun.
Winchester 7,62mm shooting carbine. A model made for 100-anniversary since the beginning of carbines series production launch, turnout 1866. A present to Leonid Brezhnev.
30mm automatic grenade machinegun “Plamya”. Mass – 30kg, magazine capacity – 29 grenades, rapidity of fire – 40 shots a minute, radius of complete destruction – 7m.
AT mounted grenade launcher SPG-9. 82mm anti-tank shaped charge grenade.
9mm gun “Grach”.