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Waffenlager.net is a website dedicated to all weapons and ammunition, as well for those interested in their history, such as weapons collectors, shooting enthusiasts and hunters. The site contains information about the different types of firearms, cartridges, scopes and weapon accessories.

The second section of the site is history section for Heavy guns of World War II. Including eg. field cannons, howitzer, anti-tank weapons, anti-aircraft guns, mortars, tanks and assault guns and ammunition used by them. English translation is under construction at the moment, many links goes to Finnish language page.


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Brno Combo

The Czech weapons manufacturer Zbrojovka Brno, now part of the Czech CZ group (CZ-Group), presented the revised model of the Brno Combo combination gun at the end of 2013. The new model was introduced to the market apparently during the year 2014. In addition to its stylish design, the Brno Combo is lightweight and has a more streamlined lock frame than the previous models. » read more


Blaser D99 + Blaser Infinity 2.8-20x50 iC

The German weapons manufacturer Blaser Jagdwaffen GmbH started to manufacture combination guns in the late 1960s. The Blaser D99 drilling was launched in 1999. The present weapon has been fitted with a super bright Blaser Infinity 2.8-20x50 iC riflescope introduced in 2018. » lue lisää


Franz Sodia drilling

The Austrian weapon manufacturer Franz Sodia produced various combination hunting weapons, such as cape guns and drillings, in Ferlach. Franz Sodia drillings were manufactured in Ferlach from 1930’s till 1980’s. In Central Europe, these weapons have been sold by arms shops Kettner and Frankonia. » lue lisää


G. Juch

The Austrian hunting guns manufacturer G. Juch has produced in Ferlach high-quality, finely engraved shotguns, cape guns, double rifles and drillings. Juch is one of the many small arms producers in the Ferlach area and has collaborated with luxury gun manufacturer Stiegele Jagd. Both arms manufacturers are mainly focused on producing luxury hunting guns. » lue lisää


RCC Rimfire

Swedish silencer manufacturer RCC AB, developed the RCC Rimfire silencer in 2018. The silencer was introduced to the market in 2019 and there are two versions of the .22 LR and .17 HMR caliber. Now this new silencer has also been introduced into the Finnish market. » lue lisää


Parabellum Modell 1900

The German DWM (Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken AG) gun designer, Georg Luger, designed a new semi-automatic pistol in 1898-1900, on the basis of Hugo Borchardt’s Modell C93 pistol, which was later called the Parabellum pistol. In 1900, the Swiss Army, as the first country to use, 7.65x21 Pb caliber Parabellum pistols. » lue lisää


Parabellum P04

In 1904, the German Imperial Maritime Administration began to investigate the successor for a commissioner revolver. Soon, the Parabellum pistol in the caliber, 9x19 Pb, was being developed by the Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken AG (DWM) in Berlin. The model chosen by the German Navy became the Parabellum P.04 (Selbstlade-Pistole Marine-Modell 1904) and at the same time it became the first Parabellum model introduced by the German armed forces. » lue lisää


Blaser RD17

Blaser RD17, a new red dot sight, was launched in March 2018 by the German gun manufacturer Blaser Jagdwaffen GmbH at the IWA 2018 in Nuremberg. Red dot sights for the Blaser brand are manufactured by the German optics manufacturer GSO - German Sport Optics. The Blaser RD17 sight entered in the Finnish market in the autumn of 2018. The new Red dot sight has been developed mainly for hunting for hunting. » lue lisää


Leica APO-Televid 82

German optics manufacturer, Leica Camera AG, introduced the new Leica APO-Televid spotting scope collection, in August 2007. Leica launched the first Televid spotting copes in 2009. The renewed Televid 82 was introduced in 2016 with two different sizes of objective lenses, 65 mm and 82 mm, with two models, a straight tube and an angled tube Leica telescope, ideal for bird watching, but also as a shooting range telescope. » lue lisää


Gazelle CNA 400

Turkish gun manufacturer, Gazelle Arms, launched a series of Gazelle CNA 400 side by side shotguns, decades ago. During the decades, Gazelle's shotguns have become known in Europe for their affordable price and reasonable quality. » lue lisää

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