Mosin-Nagant rifle

3D model of Mosin-Nagant

Russian infantry rifle Model 1930G, carbine 1938G and 1944G. History, development, service, specifications, pictures and 3D model. Mosin-Nagant Model 1930G Type: Infantry rifle. History: The Model 1930G (sometimes called the 1891/30) is one of a series of rifles based on the Mosin-Nagant Model 1891 and which formed the standard rifles of the Russian Army until 1945. The title ‘Mosin-Nagant’ commemorates the original design, basically that of the Belgian Nagant brothers with modifications due to Colonel S. I. Mosin of the … learn more


Dragunov sniper rifle

Videos about shooting with different hand guns, assault guns and carbines. Here are videos about shooting with different firearms from other periods than WW2. The videos of shooting with WW2 firearms can be watched on their special pages: Mauser Karabiner 98k Mosin-Nagant carbine Trenchgun (‘Pump Guns’) PPSh-1941G sub-machine gun Shooting with different hand guns, assault guns and carbines: Automatic Pistol, Weihrauch cal. 22, Magnum Revolver, Marlin Centerfire Bolt Action Carbine, Beretta Assault Rifle, Kalshnikov, Molot, PSL sniper rifle (Dragunov). Sequence … learn more

1939 in WW2

German soldiers were removing the border barrier to Poland

The year 1939 – Countdown to World War Two. ‘Peace in our time’ In a today infamous broadcast on September 28, 1938, Chamberlain reported: ‘How horrible, fantastic, incredible it is that we should be digging trenches and trying on gas masks here because of a quarrel in a faraway country between people of whom we know nothing.’ Of course this so-called ‘quarrel’ had been evidently resolved 2 days afterwards by the Munich Agreement the outcome wasn’t ‘peace in our time’ … learn more


War Diary – the last days 75 years ago: