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List of World War II weapons of Italy

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List of World War II weapons of Italy

List of various weapons and vehicles used by the Italians during World War II.

Contents

  • Small Arms 1
    • Handguns 1.1
    • Rifles 1.2
    • Submachine Guns 1.3
    • Machine Guns 1.4
    • Anti-Tank Weapons 1.5
    • Flamethrowers 1.6
    • Grenades 1.7
  • Vehicles 2
    • Tankettes 2.1
    • Light Tanks 2.2
    • Medium Tanks 2.3
    • Heavy Tanks 2.4
    • Cavalry Tanks 2.5
    • Tank Destroyers 2.6
    • Self-Propelled Guns 2.7
    • Armoured Cars 2.8

Small Arms

Handguns

Rifles

  • Carcano M1891
  • Carcano M1891 Moschetto da Cavalleria (Cavalry Carbine)
  • Carcano M1891TS Moschetto per Truppe Speciali (Special Troop Carbine)
  • Carcano M1938 Cavalry Carbine
  • Carcano M1938
  • Carcano M1941
  • M39 Armaguerra
  • Steyr-Mannlicher M1895

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

Anti-Tank Weapons

Flamethrowers

  • Flamethrower Modello 35
  • Flamethrower Modello 40

Grenades

Vehicles

Tankettes

  • L3/33 (CV-33)
  • L3/35 (designated CV-35 until 1938)

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Heavy Tanks

Cavalry Tanks

Tank Destroyers

Self-Propelled Guns

Armoured Cars

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