KIS (weapon)
Kis was the name of a Polish machine pistol from the time of the Second World War. It was designed and manufactured by engineers in Jan Piwnik's "Ponury" ("Grim") guerrilla unit that was operating in ...
KIS (weapon) - Wikipedia
BSA Welgun
The Welgun was a prototype submachine gun developed by the British irregular warfare organisation, the Special Operations Executive. Although it performed well in tests, it was never adopted, and was ...
Paltik
Paltik is a Filipino term for a homemade gun. It originated late in the Philippine-American War when guns and ammunition had become scarce. The most common form of the weapon was a gas pipe attached t...
Pleter 91 submachine gun
The Pleter submachine gun is a submachine gun created in 1991, when the dissolution of Yugoslavia left Croatia with few weapons to arm their yet to be formed military in the midst of Croatian War of I...
FP-45 Liberator
The FP-45 Liberator was a pistol manufactured by the United States military during World War II for use by resistance forces in occupied territories. The Liberator was never issued to American or othe...
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Borz
The Borz (Борз, Chechen for 'wolf') submachine gun is one of a number of low cost weapons produced in Chechnya. It was produced in small numbers from 1992 to 1999. It was used primarily by Chechen sep...
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Improvised firearm
An improvised firearm is a firearm manufactured other than by a firearms manufacturer or a gunsmith, and is typically constructed by adapting existing materials to the purpose. They range in quality f...
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Galkatas
Galkatas is a common name for the widespread illegal homemade hand gun type in Sri Lanka. There is no any unique or identical shape for this but it is known to fire 9mm or .38 ammunition and even 7.62...
Insurgency weapons and tactics
Insurgency weapons and tactics are weapons and tactics, most often involving firearms or explosive devices, intended for use by insurgents to engage in guerrilla warfare against an occupier, or for us...
Insurgency weapons and tactics - Wikipedia
Choroszmanów submachine gun
Choroszmanów submachine gun (Polish: Pistolet maszynowy Choroszmanów) was a Polish gun created by Grzegorz Choroszmanów during German occupation of Poland between the years of 1943-1944. Choroszma...
Choroszmanów submachine gun - Wikipedia
Błyskawica submachine gun
The Błyskawica, Polish for lightning, was a submachine gun produced by the Armia Krajowa, or Home Army, a Polish resistance movement fighting the Germans in occupied Poland. Together with a Polish ve...
Błyskawica submachine gun - Wikipedia
Barrack buster
Barrack buster is the colloquial name given to several improvised mortars, developed in the 1990s by the engineering group of the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA). The first barrack buster - k...
Barrack buster - Wikipedia
Métral submachine gun
The Métral submachine gun is a submachine gun designed by Swiss army reserves officer Gérard Métral intended for clandestine manufacture and distribution during foreign occupation circumstances.It is ...
Colt Defender Mark I
Colt Defender Mark I was an American 8-barrel shotgun intended for law enforcement or military use, completed in 1967.The shotgun had a semi-automatic like fire without the complexity of being a semi-...
Sten
The STEN (or Sten gun) was a family of British 9 mm submachine guns used extensively by British and Commonwealth forces throughout World War II and the Korean War. They were notable for having a simpl...
Sten - Wikipedia
Bechowiec-1
Bechowiec (aka Bechowiec-1) was a Polish World War II machine pistol or submachine gun developed and produced by the underground Bataliony Chłopskie (BCh, Peasants' Battalions) resistance organisation...
Bechowiec-1 - Wikipedia
Molotov cocktail
A Molotov cocktail (Finnish: Polttopullo or Molotovin koktaili, Spanish: Cóctel mólotov, German: Molotowcocktail), also known as a petrol bomb, poor man's grenade, fire bomb (not to be con...
Molotov cocktail - Wikipedia
Winchester Liberator
The Winchester Liberator was prototype 16-gauge, four-barrelled shotgun, similar to a scaled up four-shot double action derringer. It was an implementation of the Hillberg Insurgency Weapon design. Ro...
Winchester Liberator - Wikipedia
Blyskawica submachine gun
The Błyskawica, Polish for lightning, was a submachine gun produced by the Armia Krajowa, or Home Army, a Polish resistance movement fighting the Germans in occupied Poland. Together with a Polish ve...
Blyskawica submachine gun - Wikipedia
Robert Hillberg
Robert Hillberg (August 27, 1917 - August 12, 2012) was a firearm designer and the head of Research & Development at the High Standard Manufacturing Company. His designs included the folding shotg...
Variara submachine gun
The Variara submachine gun (in Italian Mitra Variara) is an insurgency weapon clandestinely designed and made by the Italian Resistance, which might have originated from a difficulty in getting autom...
S4M
The S4M (Russian: С4М) was a Soviet insurgency weapon pistol, designed to be used expressly for the purpose of assassination.It was a simple break-open, two-shot derringer, but the unique features...
United Defense M42
The United Defense M42, sometimes known as the Marlin for the manufacturer, was an American submachine gun in World War II. It was produced from 1942 to 1943 by United Defense Supply Corp. (a governme...
United Defense M42 - Wikipedia
Avenger submachine gun
The Avenger is an submachine gun of British origin that was made during the 1990s in a garage of a private individual's machine shop near Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Supposedly the loyalist paramil...
Deer gun
The Deer gun was a successor to the Liberator pistol developed by the CIA. The single-shot Deer gun was intended for distribution to South Vietnamese guerrillas as a weapon against North Vietnamese so...