Weapons of World War One

This quiz is pretty difficult.
Many of the guns have various different names; the one in the answer box is the name generally considered to be the standard or most common one.
Specificity is required; since many weapons share the same basic name, you have to specify precisely which is being referred to.
Quiz by Jenny28
Last updated: April 18, 2020
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Description of Weapon
This .476 calibre handgun was the official sidearm of the British Army
Enfield revolver
The standard-issue sidearm for the United States Armed Forces, designed by John Browning
Colt M1911
British service rifle, known for its distinctive appearance, with a "dog-leg" bolt handle
Pattern 1914 Enfield
American heavy machine gun with a cyclic rate of 450 rounds per minute; only about 1,200 saw service in WWI but later versions were used in WWII, Korea and Vietnam
Browning M1917
Description of Weapon
German semi-automatic pistol with a long barrel and integral box magazine in front of the trigger
Mauser C96
The British Army's standard rifle from 1895 to 1957; the WWI version was often known as the SMLE
German semi-automatic pistol with toggle-lock action, designed as an improvement on the Borchardt Automatic Pistol
Luger P08 / Pistole Parabellum
French bolt-action rifle, originally introduced as a replacement for the 1886 Lebel rifle and then simplified after the outbreak of WWI
Berthier Model 07/15
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