ik heb even voor je gezocht en kom tot de volgende lijst:
1. Rifle Mod.1889 Mauser, made by the "Fabrique Nationale" in Herstal Liège, made till 1914.
2. Rifle Mod.1889 Mauser, made by the American firm "Hopkins & Allen Arm CO" Norwich, Connecticut
3. Carabine Mod.1889 Mauser, made by the "Fabrique Nationale" in Herstal Liège, made till 1914.
4. Carabine Mod.1889/1916, made in Birmingham, England by Belgian laborers at the order of the Belgian state or by the Hopkins firm in the USA.
5. Turkish Mauser rifle, spoils of war taken by the British Army in the Dardanelles Campaign and given to the Belgian Army as it had the same ammunition 7.65 mm.
6. French Lebel rifle Mod.1886-93
7. French Berthier rifle Mod. 1907-15
1. French "Chauchat" Mod.1915.
2. English "Lewis" MkI (not widely used)
3. A Carbiniers-Cyclists "Hotchkis" Mod.1906/07
1. Hotchkiss 1914 with or without rifle-butt.
2. American "Browning - Colt" Mod.1914, nicknamed "Potato-Shovel".
3. Maxim, drawn by dogs or mounted on a tripod.
1. Mod. 1889 Short.
2. Mod. 1889 Long (NCO's, Fortress 1914)
3. Mod. 1889 Half-Long, made by Hopkins USA (war manufacture)
4. Belgian Mod. 1915 for the same type of carabine made in England.
5. French Lebel-bayonet
6. French Lebel (Berthier) Mod. 1916.
7. In 1915 a Belgian trench-knife was made out of the Mod.1889 Short by "Brothers & Co" Sheffield, England. The Belgian "Patrouilleur" (specially trained soldier for infiltration into enemy lines) was characterized by this type of weapon.
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