**German WWII MP 40 Submachine Gun 4/30/2013 - Firearms and Militaria: Richard L. Wray Collection - Live Salesroom Auction 9mm caliber, S/N 8883a. Mfd. in 1942. Marked on top of the receiver MP 40 BNZ 42 in two lines. German sub-inspector's initials throughout along with Nazi markings. Unusual color of Bakelite side panels. Curio & Relic fully transferable.
Schmeisser.MP 40 (MP designates Maschinenpistole, literally "Machine Pistol"), often called Schmeisser were submachine guns developed in Nazi Germany and used extensively by paratroopers, tank crews, platoon and squad leaders, and other troops during World War II
The Welrod was a British bolt action, magazine fed, suppressed pistol devised during World War II at the Inter-Services Research Bureau (later Station IX), based near Welwyn Garden City, UK, for use by irregular forces and resistance groups. Approximately 2,800 were made.