Which WWII rifle was the best

Pistol - Browning M1911


 

Info: The M1911 is only good when used in close combat. Due to the 7 round magazine, it has to be reloaded more often in combat. And nevertheless

it was one of the best hand weapons in World War II.

 

Magazine capacity: 7 shots

 

Range: 25 meters

 

Length: 8 inches

 

Caliber: .45

 

 

 

Info: It was once said that this weapon won the war for the allies. This very accurate SMG is able to take 20+ shots without overheating.

 

Magazine capacity: 20-30 shots

 

Range: 50+ meters

 

Length: 33 inches

 

Caliber: .45

 

 

 

 

Info: This large weapon was developed primarily as a defensive weapon before World War I, before later being used in the theater of war (and during World War II). The BAR is a good weapon that is particularly suitable for medium ranges.

 

Magazine capacity: 20 shots

 

Range: -

 

Length: 47 inches

 

Caliber: .30

 

 

 

 

 

Info: The Lee-Enfield No. 4 was the weapon for the British Army. It is very effective at a longer distance. It was said that it was better than its German counterpart, the Karabiner 98k, which was not true.

 

Magazine capacity: 8 shots

 

Range: 700+ meters

 

Length: 44 inches

 

Caliber: .30

 

 

 

 

 

 

Info: The Lee-Enfield No. W / Scope was the most accurate weapon used by the British and was extremely easy to use at greater distances. Said to have been better than the German 98k carbine.

 

Magazine capacity: 7 shots

 

Range: 700+ meters Unfortunately no picture

 

Length: 44 inches

 

Caliber: .30

 

 

 

Info: The M9A1 was the anti-armor weapon with success. The M9A1 was used, for example, to fight tanks. The disadvantage of the weapon was that it was very heavy and could only be handled properly by 2 people.

 

Magazine capacity: 1 missile

 

Range: 120+ meters

 

Length: 61 inches

 

Caliber: 2.36

 

 

 

 

Info: The grenade was very useful on the battlefield, simply for throwing it in the direction of the enemy line and injuring enemies with hundreds of metal shards.

 

Magazine capacity: -

 

Range: As far as you can throw it

 

Length: -

 

Caliber: -

 


(Axenmacht: Germany)

 

 

Info: The Walhter P38 was designed by John Walhter himself for the German poor.

 

Magazine capacity: 8shots

 

Range: 25m

 

Length: 8.6 inches

 

Caliber: .45

 

 

 

 

MP40 SMG

Info: The MP40 was used in most cases by air troops, but it also played a crucial role on the ground.

Magazine capacity: 20-30 shots

 

Range: 50+ meters

 

Length: 33 inches

 

Caliber: .45

 

 

 

 

 

Info: The MP44 was the first attack rifle and also the predecessor as we know today, the AK-47

 

Magazine capacity: 35 rounds

 

Range: 700 meters

 

Length: 50 inches

 

Caliber: .30

 

 

 

 

Info: This rifle was the German Army Edition and was also used by the German Army in World War I and World War II.

 

Magazine capacity: 5 shots

 

Range: 1000 meters

 

Length: 43 inches

 

Caliber: .312

 

 

 

 

 

Info: Just right for larger areas, the Karabiner 98k was ideal for snipers.

 

Magazine capacity: 8 shots

 

Range: 1000 meters

 

Length: 43 inches

 

Caliber: .312

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Info: Served, as the name suggests, as a tank scare. Was only suitable for destroying tanks or other vehicles.

 

Magazine capacity: 1 shot

 

Range: 120+ meters

 

Length: 61 inches

 

Caliber: 2.36

 

 

 

 

 

Info: The stick-like grenade was used exclusively by the Axis (Germans) and was very good at quickly eliminating a larger group of people

 

Magazine capacity: -

 

Range: As far as you can throw it

 

Length: -

 

Caliber: -

 

 

 

 

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