• AugFC

    Italian submachine guns

    July 11, 2019 by AugFC

    In April 1914, Col. Abiel Bethel Revelli, an Italian officer and prolific arms designer, patented his new idea for an ultra-light, twin-barreled, pistol-caliber machine gun. Later that year, the gun was put into production at the RIV company's Turin factory, Officine di Villar Perosa, and marketed as the Revelli Automatic Machine Gun. It is now more commonly known as the simply "Villar Perosa", stemming from the name attributed to the gun in the British Small Arms Committee report of 1915. When Italy entered World War I in 1915, they found themselves completely cut off from their Western Allies and woefully short of machine guns. To remedy this, they had to rely entirely on their domestic arsenals for weapons, and as a result the Villar Pe…

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  • AugFC

    Weapons of Battlefield V

    November 22, 2018 by AugFC

    The Gewehr 43 is the first self-loading rifle in the game, and is the second unlock for the Assault class. Its in-game depiction is pretty much accurate and it is clip-loaded by default, but can be upgraded to allow the player to reload it by swapping out the magazines.

    The Remington Model 8 inexplicably returns from Battlefield 1, presumably out of developer laziness. It is the first self-loading rifle unlocked for the Recon class, and is relegated to the role of a sniper rifle. Unlike other self-loading rifles in the game, the magazine cannot be extended, despite an extended mag version appearing in Battlefield 1. Of course, in real life, the Model 8 probably saw no use in World War II whatsoever, as it was never intended as a military we…

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  • Grunty89

    Remembering lives once lost.

    November 11, 2018 by Grunty89

    Today, 11 November 2018, marks the centenary of the end of World War I. Let us take some time to remember the lives lost during the war.

    "It seemed that out of the battle I escaped
    Down some profound dull tunnel, long since scooped
    Through granites which titanic wars had groined.
    Yet also there encumbered sleepers groaned,
    Too fast in thought or death to be bestirred.
    Then, as I probed them, one sprang up, and stared
    With piteous recognition in fixed eyes,
    Lifting distressful hands as if to bless.
    And by his smile, I knew that sullen hall;
    With a thousand fears that vision's face was grained;
    Yet no blood reached there from the upper ground,
    And no guns thumped, or down the flues made moan.
    "Strange friend," I said, "Here is no cause to mourn."

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  • AlphaTWO76

    Hello, Fandom! Today, I'm a changed man. I've learned from my mistakes back at the Call of Duty Wikia that goofy edits are NOT permitted, and now I want to help KEEP them off of our favorite Wikias! Why the Hell, then, am I doing this? 'Cause just yesterday, I caught a rogue Fandom user editing some pages, and boy, they screwed up badly. They called you guys "fags". AND NO ONE CALLS THE GOOD PEOPLE OF FANDOM FAGS AND GETS OFF LIGHTLY WITH IT!!!!! So I ask YOU, good editors, to help me in busting bad edits.

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  • Grunty89

    Oh look, it's July 10, 2017 (but depending on where you live, the date may be different). What does this mean? If it doesn't mean anything to you yet (and it probably won't), it's the second year anniversary of me posting a certain blog post about things that came before a very famous assault rifle: the StG 44. You can view the original blog post here.

    The only reason why I am building this second blog on this day is mainly because there were one or two users who decided to "nitpick" (not really) on not having certain weapons added inside to that original blog post. So this blog post will address all that stuff, because I ain't gonna add any more firearms to that older post.

    The Experimental Superlight Machine Gun - the conversion

    This "assau…

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  • Grunty89

    Okay, I'm not sure if you know about this stuff, but the Beretta M9 is due to be replaced. Well, at least it has been that way for the last couple of years, where the M9 has been deemed to be approaching the end of its service life. Same thing happened in 1985; when the M1911 was reaching the end of its service life, it was due to be replaced. And it was. By, ironically, the Beretta M9. Now, the competition is already long over and a winner has already been announced, but let's recap on whatever entries entered into this competition.

    This is the XM17 Modular Handgun System competition.

    Okay, for starters, other than the obvious "the M9 is reaching the end of its service life" stuff, there are other reasons as to why this competition was start…

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  • Grunty89

    The weapons of Battlefield 1

    November 17, 2016 by Grunty89

    So. Battlefield 1 is out. A pretty good World War I-styled shooter with the standard mechanics of Battlefield games. But this is not what I wanted to talk about.

    My main focus over here in this post... is the weapons. For some reason, DICE actually decided to add some pretty questionable and/or odd choices into the game for the player's use. I'm going to take a look at the more... questionable and odd choices.

    Nothing special here, except for some pistols in the entire roster that stand out among the rest.

    The Kolibri

    Okay. Let's face it. DICE probably put this tiny pistol in here for laughs. And I really mean for laughs. It is actually available for use in multiplayer. Not that it is practical or anything, but the weapon is just... needless to sa…

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  • Grunty89

    Before the Sturmgewehr

    July 10, 2015 by Grunty89

    The StG 44. Or Sturmgewehr 44. Or MP 4 - y'know what, who cares about the name? Let's just get straight to the point. The StG 44 is documented as the first successful assault rifle. Nazi technology controlled by Hitler. Sieg heil.

    Anyway, if anyone tells you that the first successful assault rifle is the AK-47, give them a fistful of your knowledge. Anyway, while the StG 44 is the first successful assault rifle, it isn't the first assault rifle. In fact, a few weapons came before it. In this post, I will detail these few weapons that came before the legendary Sturmgewehr. This is: Before the Sturmgewehr.

    Let's start off in the year 1893, with a very unusual British rifle.

    An odd rifle by any standards, very little is known about this rifle. Its t…

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  • Landon1956

    M1 Garand

    September 19, 2013 by Landon1956

    Hello everyone

    I am trying to locate a M1 Garand to buy. If anyone knows of one for sell let me know. You can e-mail me @  Thanks Dale

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  • Master Shadow Warrior

    Hello all you gun fanatics, I am Master Shadow Warrior or MSW for short, a bureaucrat on another wiki you guys may be interested in. This wiki is called the Creative Weaponry Wiki, a wiki were all your weaponry dreams and desires can come true. This is a fledgling wiki, and we will greatly appreciate it if some of you come over, and make some awesome weapons. If you have any concern's, or questions about us, please message us here or here.

    Thanks for reading.


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  • Framebarn1399


    October 5, 2012 by Framebarn1399
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  • Steve1001

    Gun Wiki Review

    June 7, 2012 by Steve1001

    This site gives you all the information on every single gun thats been manufactured. From handguns to sniper rifles, it is a brilliant collection from the old to the new.

    It gives you a history lesson on each weapon which tells you when it was made, year of producton etc. Not to mention the table with the guns characteristics and a picture of the weapon above which is a great way of getting your attention. If you love guns then this is the site to visit.

    You can add new pages aswell to the site on information that you may know and publish it for visitors or members of the site to see. Its free to sign up and share your views and chat to other members.

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  • Gbeecher

    Just thought I'd throw this out there - with the U.S. Army conducting the Individual Carbine competition, does anyone think that the direct impingement AR15 system will eventually fade out? Aside from the Swedish AG-42 Ljungman and the French MAS 49/56, only the AR15/M16 platform soldiers on in military service. I understand that the U.S. Marine Corps is staying with the M16A4 and M4A1. I also saw where the U.S. Army has purchased gas piston actions as add-ons to newly purchased M4A1's. After all these years, ( 50+ years), is the AR15 direct impingement system really as unreliable as some people portray it? Direct impingement does have its advantages, and I read somewhere where the French MAS 49/56 in particular, was extremely reliable in…

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  • Awikicontributer

    my favorite gun

    March 31, 2012 by Awikicontributer

    since this is the Gun Wiki, I thought it wouldn't be complete without a "Favorite Gun" blog, so my favorite gun is...

    the nuclear recoilless rifle implying you can get out of range from the explosion/radiation before you die in a nuclear fireball

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  • Alpha-57

    Assault rifles

    December 31, 2011 by Alpha-57


    What assualt rifle do you think is the overall best in terms of efficiency, mag. capacity, range, etc.? Read more >
  • Gbeecher

    I'm new to this site, but I have to say so far I like what I see and enjoy navigating the site and reading the articles and posts. I just wanted to give my 'two cents worth' on a couple of subjects.

    First, there is no such thing as perfect - gun or otherwise. For every different firearm there are strengths and weaknesses. Overall, most military weapons are reliable and effective. A weapon will not remain in inventory for any length of time, if it does not perform at least adequately. Military weapons especially, see some of the hardest use and abuse in any area of life. The endless debate of AK47 vs M16, semi-auto vs pistol, shotgun vs long gun, battle rifle vs assault rifle and so on, is only natural, but the truth, as usual, lies somewher…

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  • Gbeecher

    New Member

    December 19, 2011 by Gbeecher

    Hello to all! I'm new to this site, and just wanted to say hi. I'm an avid gun fan and history buff. I own a 1891/30 Mosin Nagant rifle and enjoy target shooting at a local gun range. I was unemployed in November, 2010 and am currently attending online college for a two year computer degree. I've been married 21 years with two sons ages 13 and 17. I love all thngs gun related, and just came across Gun Wiki recently. Merry Christmas!

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  • Greg Glover

    The New Gun Wiki

    December 6, 2010 by Greg Glover

    Well folks I'm working hard to update everything. I've started with the Home Page and some of the Help Pages. I redid the categories so there are fewer but they don't all come up in drop down list. I have also started giving out Awards.

    If there is someone you think deserves an award let me know.

    I am going to start going through every article and get them checked for plagiarism, spam and re-categorized them so they are easier to find. Full cut and pasted Wikipedia articles will be deleted without notice.

    I am looking for someone that can create new Gun and Cartridge Infoboxs. Let me know if you want to tackle the job.

    If you have any ideas on how we can make Gun Wiki better let me know. SgtMajGW G. GloverSemper Fi 19:21, December 6, 2010 (UTC)

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  • ShadowTale

    Hi everybody. I am an admin for the Deadliest Warrior Wiki and I have a no knowledge of guns. I was wondering if you folks wouldn't mind helping me Identify a few guns? I'd greatly appreicate it :).

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  • Lvl50siren

    Fav pistol?

    May 31, 2010 by Lvl50siren

    Mine is the M93 BarretaLvl50siren 20:59, May 31, 2010 (UTC)

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  • Lvl50siren

    I like the M4 Pulse Rifle from AvP and Alien. I also like the laser gun from COD WAW.

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  • Lvl50siren

    I like the M1 Garand because it helped the Allies winWW2. But they changed it because the sound it makes when reloading.

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  • Lewismem


    May 26, 2010 by Lewismem

    ime lewis

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  • GrandmaVonnie

    Writer needs help...

    February 24, 2010 by GrandmaVonnie

    I'm working on a historical fiction set in Wyoming in 1881. Other than Colt Pattersons and Colt .45 Peacemakers, what guns and rifles were used in that era? Thanks in advance for any help!!

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  • Shorty4good

    Hi all,

    Just found this place, think it may be a cool idea.  Of course the first place I went was Assult Rifles since this is the most often abused term of modern Media.  I probably need eduction about this site, but here is a shot at what I think the intro should say:

    An Assault Rifle is a rifle designed for and typically issued to modern military personel.  The major featrue required in the design is that the rifle be full-automatic.  That means the rifle is designed and manufactured to fire more than one round of ammunition for a single action of the firing trigger.  In contrast, a Semi-Automatic weapon is designed and manufactured to fire a single round of ammo with each action of the firing trigger.  For instance, a crank opperatied gat…

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  • Hess Fine Art

    If anyone cares to look, I got my hands on the motherlode of antique guns. I could really use some help finding information on a few of these. Anyone care to help me? They are currently listed on

    Thomas & Storrs Blunderbuss 145628981

    Antique Muzzleloader FLintlock Pistol 145642682

    A.W. Spies Percussion Rifle 145642682

    Shuler / Tryon Swivel Breech Percussion Rifle 145736223

    A.W. Spies Percussion Rifle 145750007

    Conestoga Rifle Works Leman Percussion Rifle 145759300

    Levi Coon Flintlock Rifle 145766099

    Flintlock Rifle 145860393

    Pennsylvania / Kentucky Masonic Flintlock Rifle 145877135

    Flintlock Rifle 145884192

    I do not care one way or the other if you choose to place a bid. That is not why I posted this. I am looking for any additional in…

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  • Tesla Spark

    As we all know, the Amarican Army uses the Colt M4, an offshoot of the ancient M16. while not as abysmal as the M16, It has a long list of problems. some of these include: (skip this if you already know)

    • 34% of soldiers reported that their M4's handguards rattle and become excessively hot when firing.
    • 20% reported double-feeding.
    • 15% reported feeding jams.
    • 13% reported that feeding problems were due to magazines.
    • 20% were dissatisfied with its ease of maintenance.
    • Soldiers requested the following changes:
    • 55% requested the firearm be made lighter
    • 20% requested a larger magazine

    Something I have Omitted from here is that 89% of soldiers reported confidence in the weapon. I got this from the Colt M4 gunpedia page, and wiki is'nt always accurate. The …

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