Top 10 Best Guns of World War II
An American issued rifle for many infantrymen, similar to the M1 Garand. Six million of these weapons were produced durning 1941 to 1945 for both campaigns.
This Rife is Awesome and packed a punch
The Rifle that won World war 2, The Greatest Battle Implement Ever Divised, Those 2 Comments Alone Sum Up the Greatness of this weapon
But here's why I like it
Sure it's less accurate then a Bolt action, but it's semi auto action makes up for it, oh you missed your shot? , it's ok you'll make up for it in half a second
It's still decently accurate anyway
8 rounds of one of the most powerful infantry rounds of the war, compared to 5 in German and Japanese rifles
It's also very reliable
It's sort of light for a weapon made out of wood and metal
It was a revolutionary design
Best weapon ever made.
Affords way more power than bolt actions and provides a powerful gas pressure reload during quick insertions. General George S. Patton claimed it to be the best infantry rifle during the war, a true leap forward.
No need to say anything. most iconic gun of WW2. I think the flamethrower is more dangerous to it's user though because if you get shot from behind you're dead
Best Infantry rifle in Europe and the Pacific.
Containing a power hungry.45 ACP round, this sub- machine gun became popular quickly. Had the choice of drum and foregrip is necessary, giving it less recoil and a larger ammo count.
You guys are mad.
7:Lee Enfield no4 Mk 1
There isn't any "best gun". There are only the best in each category
Rifle-(not counting the Stg44, an assault rifle)M1 Garand
This list isn't very accurate, in my opinion. The M1 carbine, though light, handy and reliable, had a weak cartridge that was only effective (as in 1 shot in the chest-man goes down) up to 200 yards.
Compare that to the 7.62 cartridges of the Stg44. It was accurate up to 400 yards and was effective beyond that. Oh-and it could also take a scope and spray automatic fire at 500 rpm.
The M1 Thompson was reliable, accurate and had stopping power, but, it was too expensive for mass production (even the m1a1). It was also heavy, and ...more
Rather common for the frontlines, this heavy machine gun didn't disappoint. Many attachments added to it gave it a more diverse way of combat, from deployed shooting to close ranged fighting.
This was a great weapon! It could fire up to 1,500 bullets a minute and could be carried by one German souldier.
Russian based module off the Thompson, it provided a way more reliable source than some of the Germans main weapons. Compared to the Thompson, it was a much more rugged firearm that provided a faster firing rate and larger ammunition capacity.
The PPS41 is not based on the Thompson
Complex for its time, it found itself in the hands of many German soldiers. This weapon had many interesting features to it, including 20 to 40 round clips, and a moderate recoil. The MP- 40 was know as the 'Schmeisser' though it was actually designed byHeinrich Vollmer and Erfurt Maschinenwerk.
The mp40 was the most common weapon used by the Germans
Equipped with bipods, this machine gun found itself in many frontline soldiers possetions. Known to even burn through 550 rounds in less than a few minutes.
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Designed to be originally made for long ranged pickings, it found its way to medium ranged situations. The weapon also had a scope attachment to it, that aloud targeting infantry at further distances.
An assault rifle from Germany capable of firing up to 600 rounds per minute. Can be fired to ranges up to 600m (semi-automatic). The best weapon you could ever have in WW2. Only around 426.000 of them are produced.
Do you like assault rifles? This is the one that started it all.
Very first assault rifle that inspired many other weapons.
Accurate as a Rifle and High Rpm like Sub Machine Gun
Probably the best bolt action rifle in the war
It had 10 rounds compared to every other bolt action rifle's 5
It's dead sexy. Need I say more?
Like the Mosin Nagant, this weapon gave soldiers a multi- ranged combat choice. Performance for it showed its ranks above normal in its weapon family type.
It was used by the Soviet Army before WWII even occurred. A standard issued bolt action rifle that contained a 5 round clip that fueled the weapons firing rate. Some even say that there were SMLE's, an experienced soldier that could rapid fire with bolt actions, had this weapon.
Helped win the war