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M1878 artillery officer's sabre, Turkey M1878 sabre of senior army officials, Austro-Hungary Sword of judicial branch officers, Hungary

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Yes, exhibition was really great, I'm glad you like it as well. I was very impressed with factory made edged weapons but there where lot of other rare and unique items for visitors to see. Lot of items that belonged to the leaders of the Serbian Uprisings against the Turks. Lot of firearms too, I will later post some pictures of couple of rifles from the exhibition.

Lightfoot too bad you couldn't see exhibition in person, I will let you know if people from the Historical Museum organize something like this in the future.

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M1854/67 Wänzl Jägerstutzen rifle cal. 13.9 mm, Austria, Austro-Hungary, Pricipality of Montenegro.

M1866 Wänzl conversion rifle cal. 13.9 mm, Austria, Montenegro.

M1895 Mannlicher rifle cal. 8 mm, Austro-Hungary, Bulgaria.

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M1924 Mauser carbine cal. 7.9 mm, Kingdom of SCS/Yugoslavia.

K98k Mauser carbine cal 7.92 mm, Germany.

M1933/40 Mauser carbine for mountain troops cal. 7.9 mm, Germany.

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M1891 Mannlicher-Carcano carbine for special troops cal. 6.5x52 mm, Italy, FPRY.

M1891/93 Mannlicher-Carcano carbine cal. 6.5x52 mm, Italy, FPRY.

M1907/15 Lebel-Berthier carbine cal. 8 mm, France, Kingdom of Serbia/SCS.

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M1877 Wrendl-Holub carbine cal. 11 mm, Austro-Hungary.

M95 Mannlicher carbine cal. 8 mm, Austro-Hungary, Bulgaria.

M1844 Mauser carbine cal. 10.15 mm, Kingdom of Serbia.

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M1907/15 Lebel-Berthier rifle cal. 8 mm, France, Kingdom of Serbia/SCS.

M1936 MAS rifle cal. 7.5 mm, France.

M1898 Mauser rifle cal. 7.9 mm, Germany, FPRY.

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Miniature M1880 Mauser rifle cal. 7 mm of King Alexander Obrenović.

M41 Mauser rifle, so-called 'partisan rifle' cal. 7.9 mm, Yugoslavia, NLA.

Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk. I rifle cal. 7.7 mm (.303 British), Great Britain.

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M1924 Mauser rifle cal. 7.9 mm, Kingdom of SCS/Yugoslavia.

M24/47 Mauser rifle cal. 7.9 mm, FPRY.

M95M (M95/24) Mannlicher rifle cal. 7.9 mm, Kingdom of Yugoslavia.

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M1899 Muser rifle cal. 7 mm, Kingdom of Serbia.

M1899 Krag-Jorgensen rifle cal. 8x58P (Danish) and 6.5x55 (Norwegian), Denmark.

M1891 Mosin-Nagant rifle cal. 7.62x54 R, Russia, Germany.

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My fellow countrymen thank you :)

Next are submachine guns and machine guns. I wasn't paying much attention to this part of exhibition so I apologize that I am not able to correctly name all presented items.

MP40 "Schmeisser" cal. 9 mm Luger, Germany.

MP34 cal. 9 mm Luger, Austria.

MAS-38 cal. 7.65 mm, France.

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MP40 "Schmeisser" cal. 9 mm Luger, Germany.

Cvetić M1956 7.62x25 mm, FPRY/SFRY.

Matić-Cvetić M51 prototype cal. 7.62 mm of general Koča Popović, FPRY.

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