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Weapons exibition at Historical Museum of Serbia


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Exibition called "Kad oružje utihne" (When the weapons go silent) was held in Historical Museum of Serbia (Belgrade) until 31st of march. The exhibition was divided into two parts, exibition of weapons made in workshops and exibition of factory made weapons. I will in this topic mainly post pictures of factory made weapons.

I would like to start with the M1861 cavalry saber that belonged to King Alexander Obrenovic. It was a gift of Karl Grasser, an Austrian weapon supplier.

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1 Luger Parabellum P08 pistol cal. 9 mm, Germany, FPRY

2 Mauser C96 pistol cal. 7.63 mm, Austro-Hungary

3 Mauser M712 Westinger pistol cal. 7.63 mm of general Čedomir Mijović

4 Ruby M1915 pistol cal. 7.65 mm, Spain, France, Kingdom of Serbia/SCS/Yugoslavia

5 Browning M1900 pistol cal. 7.65 mm, Belgium

6 Roth-Steyr M1907 pistol cal. 8 mm, Austro-Hungary

7 Steyr M1912 pistol cal. 9 mm, Austro-Hungary

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1 Colt Frontier M1878 revolver cal. 11.43 mm, USA

2 Bodeo M1889 revolver cal. 10.4 mm, Italy

3 Nagant M1895 revolver cal. 7.62 mm, Russia, USSR

4 Jules Mariette M1834 revolver cal 8.76 mm (pepper-box)

used in assassination of Prince Michael Obrenović in 1868

5 Gasser M1870 revolver cal. 11.2 mm of Jovan Babunski Principality/Kingdom of Montenegro

6 Francotte M1871 revolver cal. 11 mm Principality/Kingdom of Serbia

7 Gasser-Sederl M1882 revolver cal. 11.2 mm commercial, Belgium, Austro-Hungary

8 Lefaucheux M1856 revolver cal. 9 mm commercial, Belgium

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1 M57 pistol cal. 7.62 mm FPRY/SFRY

2 Beretta M70 pistol cal. 7.65 mm, Italy

3 Hebel M1894 signal pistol cal 26.5 mm, Germany, Austro-Hungary, Bulgaria

4 Walther LP42 signal pistol, Germany

5 Browning M10/22 pistol cal. 9 mm (k), Kingdom of SCS/Yugoslavia

6 Tokarev (TT-33) pistol cal. 7.62 mm of Čedomir Minderović, USSR, NLA, FPRY

7 Beretta M1934 pistol cal. 9 mm (k), Italy

8 Mauser M1910/34 pistol cal. 6.35 mm, Germany

9 Frommer M37 pistol cal. 9 mm K, Hungary

10 Sauer M1938 pistol cal. 7.65 mm of general Velimir Terzić

11 Walther P38 pistol cal. 9 mm Luger, Germany

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