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  • 1. 

    What was the standard issue rifle of Russia? 

    • A.

      Ariska

    • B.

      Karabiner

    • C.

      AK-47

    • D.

      Mosin Nagant

    • E.

      M1 Carbine

    Correct Answer
    D. Mosin Nagant
    Explanation
    The standard issue rifle of Russia was the Mosin Nagant. This bolt-action rifle was widely used by the Russian military from the late 19th century through World War II. It had a long service life and was known for its reliability and accuracy. The Mosin Nagant played a significant role in many major conflicts, including the Russian Revolution and both World Wars.

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  • 2. 

    What country used the Webley pistol?

    • A.

      Germany

    • B.

      Russia

    • C.

      Britain

    • D.

      America

    Correct Answer
    C. Britain
    Explanation
    The Webley pistol was primarily used by Britain. It was a popular handgun that was widely used by the British military and police forces from the late 19th century to the mid-20th century. The Webley revolver was known for its reliability and durability, making it a trusted weapon for British armed forces during various conflicts and wars. Therefore, it is safe to say that Britain used the Webley pistol.

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  • 3. 

    What pistol was a copy of the Luger P08?

    • A.

      Nambu

    • B.

      Colt M1911

    • C.

      Webley

    • D.

      Wather

    Correct Answer
    A. Nambu
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Nambu. The Nambu pistol was indeed a copy of the Luger P08. It was a Japanese semi-automatic pistol that was heavily influenced by the design of the Luger P08, which was a German pistol. The Nambu pistol was used by the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II. It had a similar toggle-lock action and overall appearance to the Luger P08, although it had some modifications and improvements made by the Japanese.

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  • 4. 

    What was America's LMG?

    • A.

      M1 Garand

    • B.

      MG-42

    • C.

      B.A.R

    • D.

      STG 44

    Correct Answer
    C. B.A.R
    Explanation
    The Browning Automatic Rifle (B.A.R) was America's LMG (Light Machine Gun). It was a gas-operated, magazine-fed firearm that was used by the United States military during World War II and the Korean War. The B.A.R was known for its reliability, firepower, and versatility, making it a popular choice among American soldiers. It was effective in both offensive and defensive roles, and its ability to provide sustained automatic fire made it a valuable asset on the battlefield.

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  • 5. 

    What did America use as their Sniper Rifle?

    Correct Answer
    Springfeild
    Springfeild M1903
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Springfield M1903. The United States used the Springfield M1903 as their sniper rifle. The M1903 was a bolt-action rifle that was widely used by American forces during World War I and World War II. It had excellent accuracy and was favored by snipers for its reliability and effective range. The Springfield M1903 played a significant role in American military history as a reliable and accurate sniper rifle.

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  • 6. 

    What feeding system did the PPSH-41 use?

    • A.

      Belt

    • B.

      Drum

    • C.

      Mag

    • D.

      Nothing it was loaded for every shot

    Correct Answer
    B. Drum
    Explanation
    The PPSH-41 used a drum feeding system. This system involved using a drum-shaped magazine that could hold a large number of ammunition rounds. The drum was manually loaded with bullets and then attached to the firearm. As the gun was fired, the rounds would feed into the chamber from the drum magazine, allowing for continuous fire without the need to reload after every shot.

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  • 7. 

    What was the PTRS-41?

    • A.

      .50 cal Sniper

    • B.

      Rocet launcher

    • C.

      AA gun

    • D.

      Anti tank gun

    Correct Answer
    D. Anti tank gun
    Explanation
    The PTRS-41 was an anti-tank gun. It was a Soviet weapon used during World War II and was specifically designed to penetrate armored vehicles. It fired a 14.5mm armor-piercing round and was effective against tanks and other armored targets. The PTRS-41 was widely used by the Soviet Union and its allies during the war.

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  • 8. 

    Fom which country was the M2 Flamethrower from?

    • A.

      America

    • B.

      Britain

    • C.

      France

    • D.

      Japan

    Correct Answer
    A. America
    Explanation
    The M2 Flamethrower was developed and used by the United States during World War II and the Korean War. It was a portable weapon that projected a stream of ignited gasoline, commonly used to clear enemy positions or destroy bunkers. Its design and production were primarily carried out by American companies, making America the correct answer.

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