Ethnically Estonian German soldier firing a Solothurn S-18/100 anti-tank rifle, date unknown #warphotography #war

[Photo] Ethnically Estonian German soldier firing a Solothurn S-18/100 anti-tank rifle, date unknown

Ethnically Estonian German soldier firing a Solothurn anti-tank rifle, date unknown

September 1941 - Boys anti-tank rifle being used by a member of the 3rd Anti-tank Regiment, 9th division at Tobruk

September 1941 - Boys anti-tank rifle being used by a member of the Anti-tank Regiment, Australian division at Tobruk

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WW2 ANTI-TANK RIFLES Save those thumbs & bucks w/ free shipping on this magloader I purchased mine http://www.amazon.com/shops/raeind No more leaving the last round out because it is too hard to get in. And you will load them faster and easier, to maximize your shooting enjoyment. loader does it all easily, painlessly, and perfectly reliably

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A very large bore rifle firing long cartridges hopefully powerful enough to penetrate British Tanks. New Zealand soldiers in a German dug out with a captured German anti-tank rifle, near Grévillers, 25 August

Polish soldier with Wz 35 anti tank rifle - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Polish soldier with Wz 35 anti tank rifle - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Lahti L-39 Anti - "anything" rifle...♡

Lahti anti-tank gun (Finland) Now this is a gun! You've gotta' respect the Fins!

soldiers using a Type 97 20 mm anti-tank rifle (1942)

Japanese soldiers with a Type 97 Anti-Tank Rifle, Philippines, 1942

The Mauser 13 mm anti-tank rifle (German: Tankgewehr M1918, usually abbreviated T-Gewehr) was the world's first anti-tank rifle, i.e. the first rifle designed for the sole purpose of destroying armored targets and the only anti-tank rifle to see service in World War 1.  The idea of using heavy calibre and high velocity rifles as anti-tank weapons originated in Germany.

Mauser T-gewehr anti-tank rifle (Germany) Mauser T-gewehr anti-tank rifle is a manually operated, single shot bolt action rifle. It uses more or less traditional Mauser-type rotary bolt with frontal locking lugs.

Soviet antitank rifleman with an anti-tank rifle PTRD, Kursk 1943.

PTRD anti tank rifle - Red Army Kursk pin by Paolo Marzioli

WWI; German soldier holding an anti-tank rifle and the bullet it shoots. -diomedia.com

WWI-French soldier holding an anti-tank rifle [German] and the bullet it shoots. CLB- Mauser 13 mm anti-tank rifle (German: Tankgewehr usually abbreviated T-Gewehr].

A Finnish soldier fires a Lahti L-39 20mm anti-tank rifle, 28 July 1941. The L-39 weighed 50kg and was one of Finland's main anti-tank weapons. Over 1900 were built in Finland throughout the Second World War.

A Finnish soldier fires a Lahti anti-tank rifle, 28 July The weighed and was one of Finland's main anti-tank weapons. Over 1900 were built in Finland throughout the Second World War. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

solothurn 31mm, anti tank rifle, Hungarian Army WW2, pin by Paolo Marzioli

solothurn anti tank rifle, Hungarian Army pin by Paolo Marzioli

2nd New Zealand Division soldiers operating an anti-tank rifle during training at Maadi Camp in Egypt. c.1941-43  The Rifle, Anti-Tank, .55in, Boys commonly known as the "Boys Anti-tank Rifle" (or incorrectly "Boyes"), was a British anti-tank rifle in use during World War II.

New Zealand Division soldiers operating an anti-tank rifle during training at Maadi Camp in Egypt. The Rifle, Anti-Tank, Boys commonly known as the "Boys Anti-tank Rifle" (or incorrectly "Boyes"), was a British anti-tank rifle in use during World War II.

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