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Mauser Rifle Series

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This page features Mauser Rifles used in media other than Mauser Gewehr 1898 and Karabiner 98k which are the two most popular models seen on screen.

Gewehr 1871

Mauser Gewehr 1871 - 11x60mmR. This is the infantry rifle variant.
Mauser Gewehr 1871 Jäger - 11x60mmR
Mauser Karabiner 1871 - 11x60mmR

The single-shot bolt-action Model 1871 was Mauser's first commercial success, being adopted by the Prussian Army in March of 1872, and by 1877 the armies of all the other component states of the German Empire had followed suit. It replaced a mix of other infantry arms, including the Dreyse and the Werndl rifles. It fired an 11mm bullet weighing 386 grains at a muzzle velocity of 1440 feet-per-second, from a rimmed brass case 60mm long. It came in three variations: the infantry rifle with an 855mm barrel, the Jäger model with 750mm barrel, and a carbine with a 500mm barrel. The infantry and Jäger models can be differentiated by the number of barrel bands (three on the infantry rifle, two on the Jäger) and by their sling arrangement; the infantry rifle has a sling between the trigger guard and second barrel band, the Jäger's sling extends from the lower barrel band to a swivel on the buttstock. The Jäger also features a brass finger rest on the underside of the wrist. During World War I, the brass trigger guards on these rifles were frequently replaced by steel parts in order to recycle the copper, which was in short supply during the war. The carbine features a turned-down bolt.

A variant was adopted by Serbia in 1880 and designated the Model 78/80, chambered for the slightly smaller 10.15x63mmR cartridge. Serbian Major Koka Milovanovich contributed to design modifications meant to make it more durable and reliable than the original M71 design, and as such, the model is often referred to as the Mauser-Koka or Mauser-Milovanovich. It can be distinguished from the Model 1871 by the elongated receiver tang at the rear of the action, which rises prominently out of the wrist. This added stability to the bolt when it was in the open position. A carbine version designated Model 1884 was also adopted.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Dr. Mabuse The Gambler German soldiers Infantry rifle and Karabiner 71 1922
Finances of the Grand Duke (Die Finanzen des Großherzogs) Abacco conspirators, Russian sailors Infantry rifle, Jäger, and carbine 1924
Verdun: Visions of History Karabiner 71 1928
Westfront 1918 German and French soldiers Infantry rifle 1930
Hell on Earth Ernst Busch Emil Köhler Infantry rifle 1931
German Soldiers
The Other Side William Trenk Mason Infantry rifle with Seitengewehr 71/84 bayonets 1931
British soldiers
The Captain from Köpenick Kurt Lüpke Gefreiter Infantry rifle with SG 71 bayonet 1931
German Soldiers
The Pride of Company Three Heinz Rühmann Gustav Diestelbeck Infantry rifle with Seitengewehr 71/84 bayonets 1932
Fritz Kampers Feldwebel Krause
German soldiers
Dawn British sailors Infantry rifle 1933
The Hound of the Baskervilles (Der Hund von Baskerville) Prison guards and policemen Karabiner 71 1937
The Green Hell (Kautschuk) René Deltgen Henry Wickham Karabiner 1871 1938
José Alcantara José
Gustav Diessl Don Alonzo de Ribeira
Don Alonzo's men
Ernst Rotmund The captain of Brazilian patrol steamboat Gewehr 1871
Brazilian soldiers
The Last Chance An Italian partisan Jäger 1945
Ryan's Daughter Barry Foster Tim O'Leary Infantry rifle 1970
John Mills Michael
Leo McKern Major Randolph Doryan
The Mysteries of Bucharest (Misterele Bucurestilor) Mihai Mereuta Oseaca Infantry rifle, visually modified as Flintlock Musket 1983
Soldiers and rebels
The Silver Mask (Masca de argint) Romanian soldiers Infantry rifle, visually modified as Flintlock Musket 1985
The Turquoise Necklace (Colierul de turcoaze) Romanian soldiers Infantry rifle, visually modified as Flintlock Musket 1986
Prairie Hunters in Mexico (Präriejäger in Mexiko) Andreas Schmidt-Schaller Little André Infantry and Jäger 1988
Gojko Mitic Bear Eye Jäger
Hans Knötzsch Pirnero Infantry
Ulrike Mai Residella Infantry
The Last Samurai Yuki Matsuzaki A Japanese soldier Infantry rifle with SG 71 bayonet 2003
Japanese Imperial Army
Ludwig II Bernd Birkhahn Otto von Bismarck sporterized 2012


Title Actor Character Variant Date
Rebellion Brian Gleeson Jimmy Mahon Ep. 01/02/03, Sporter 2016
ICA members Sporter

Gewehr 1871/84

Mauser Gewehr 1871/84 - 11.15x60mmR

The M71/84 was a repeating bolt-action rifle developed from the earlier Gewehr M1871 single-shot rifle designed by Paul and Wilhelm Mauser, and was the last blackpowder Mauser. A tubular 8-round magazine, designed by Alfred von Kropatschek, was added below the barrel. Interestingly, it was loaded from the top of the receiver with the bolt open. The rifle would not last long in service, being replaced by the M1888 Commission rifle just 5 years later.

A variant of the M71/84, the M1887 chambered in 9.5x60mm was ordered by the Ottoman Empire, becoming the first in a long series of "Turkish" Mausers.


Title Actor Character Note Date
The Captain from Köpenick German soldiers 1956
A Hill in Korea Ronald Lewis Private Wyatt with Seitengewehr 71 bayonets 1956
Chinese soldiers
Go Tell the Spartans James Hong The Old Man 1978
Phantasm 1979
The Last Samurai Japanese Imperial Army with SG 71 bayonet 2003
Open Wound Rene Pastor Jorge 2013
Peruvian soldiers

Video Games

Title Appears As Note Date
Isonzo "Gewehr 1871/84" Introduced in the White War expansion 2022

1889 Belgian Mauser

Fusil d'Infanterie Modèle 1889 - 7.65x53mm Mauser
Carabine d'Infanterie Modèle 1889/16 - 7.65x53mm Mauser

The 1889 Mauser rifle became the first bolt-action service rifle for the Belgian Army and was developed by Wilhelm and Paul Mauser. Initial prototypes were based on the Gewehr 1871/84 and the Turkish M1887, but the rifle as adopted shared very little with previous Mauser designs. The M89 was the first smokeless powder Mauser that outclassed the French Lebel 1886 and the German 1888 Commission Rifle. The most striking features of this rifle are the single-piece bolt body with dual opposing front locking lugs and the 5-round vertical box magazine; unlike previous Mauser rifles, the M89 cocked on closing, rather than on opening. Like the Gewehr 1888 Commission Rifle, it had a tubular steel barrel jacket on which the sights were mounted, which threaded onto the front of the receiver ring. This jacket was removed by the Turkish M90 and the Argentine M91, which used a different heavier barrel profile and a short wooden handguard. The M89 was initially manufactured by Fabrique Nationale d'Armes de Guerre a conglomeration of smaller gun-making firms in the city of Liege who collaborated to fulfill the Belgian contract, later the Belgian state arsenal MAE (Manufacture d'Armes de l'Etat) at Liege which had previously focused on making spare parts for and repair M89 rifles began to manufacture rifles in 1913 when war seemed imminent. During World War One the city of Liege was occupied by the Germans so the Belgian government contracted with the American firm of Hopkins & Allen to produce 140,000 M89 rifles and 10,000 carbines. Belgian Mausers were also refurbished by the British firm W. W. Greener and a Belgian arsenal-in-exile made up of equipment and personnel from MAE set up in Birmingham, England.

In 1936 a program began to rebuild worn-out M89 rifles to resemble the new Mauser 1898-based Belgian Model 1935 short rifle. The barrel jacket was removed and a new FN-made barrel fitted with the same style of sights as the M35: a Mauser-patent tangent-leaf rear sight and front blade with protective ears. The bolt was modified to a cock-on-open mechanism like the Mauser 98. During World War Two and later these M89/36 rifles were widely used by Belgian forces in Africa, notably the Force Publique of the Belgian Congo.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Ernst Thälmann - Leader of his Class German Police, soldiers and Spanish Rpublican fighters M89/36 1955


Show Title Actor Character Note / Episode Air Date
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles Isaach De Bankolé Sgt. Barthelmy "Oganga The Giver and Taker of Life" 1992-1994
Sean Patrick Flanery Indiana Jones
Belgian Askaris

Video Games

Title Appears As Mods Note Date
Battlefield: 1918 2004
Verdun "Mauser Model 1889" added with "Horrors of War" Dlc 2015
"Mauser Model 1889 Carbine Mle 16"


Title Character Note Date
Black Butler I Mey-Rin "His Butler, Engaging Servants" (S1E21); with scope 2008 - 2009
Spy Classroom - Season 1 Soldiers 2023
Uwe Appel
Spy Classroom - Season 2 Uwe Appel "Mission: Forgetter I" 2023

1891 Mauser Rifle

Mauser 1891 - 7.65x53mm Mauser
Argentine Mauser 1891 Carbine - 7.65x53mm Mauser

The M1891 Argentine Contract rifle was developed from the earlier Belgian M1889, which was the first Mauser designed with a single-piece bolt body and firing a smokeless powder cartridge. The M91 did away with the M89's barrel shroud, but in other respects was virtually identical. It featured a 29.1" barrel, ladder-type rear sight, short handguard, and straight-gripped single-piece stock. A cock-on-closing design, it is easily identified by its single-column magazine, which projects down from the stock directly in front of the trigger guard. Chambered in 7.65x53mm Mauser.

The Ottoman Empire purchased 280,000 of the identical M1890 rifles also chambered in 7.65x53mm Mauser.

The M1892 Mauser rifles submitted to the US Army trials was based on this design; each incorporated a large external claw extractor (a feature used on all subsequent Mausers) and some were equipped with magazine cutoffs. The most advanced of these, Rifle No.5, featured a one-piece magazine and trigger guard. Rifles in 7.65x53mm and .30-40 Krag were tested, but the Krag-Jørgensen design was chosen instead.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Drummer-Crab (Le Crabe-Tambour) Jacques Perrin Willsdorff Turkish M1890 1977
The Legend of Tarzan Belgian soldiers Turkish M1890/38 2016
Rom's henchmen


Show Title Actor Character Note / Episode Air Date
Rebellion in Patagonia Argentine soldiers, police and some anarchist Carbine model 1974
Rough Riders George Hamilton William Randolph Hearst 1997

1893 Spanish Mauser

1893 Spanish Mauser - 7x57mm Mauser
1895 Spanish Mauser Carbine - 7x57mm Mauser

The Mauser Model 1893 rifle was the result of a call for tenders from the Spanish Army, which sought to modernize or eliminate black powder weapons. The need for this effort had been made obvious by a series of severe defeats suffered by Spanish forces in battles for the Spanish enclave in North Africa.

Although the rifle shared many similarities with the System 98, the M1893 was a later and essentially independent development based on the M1892 prototype developed by Paul Mauser. In addition, the design was continuously improved, making it a reliable weapon. And even though its success did not match that of the 98, the rifle enjoyed wide and consistent distribution in Southern Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East and is still often found as a privately owned weapon today.

The M1893 was the first Mauser rifle to incorporate both the non-rotating claw extractor and the staggered-column box magazine developed by Paul Mauser. Unlike other Mauser designs, the bottom of the M1893's bolt face was square, which was believed to be necessary for feeding staggered cartridges. This feature is present on all M1893 Mausers, but was found to be unnecessary and was eliminated from subsequent designs. It fired the high-velocity 7x57mm cartridge developed by Paul Mauser in 1892. Initial production was by Ludwig Loewe & Co. in Berlin; in 1896 the Spanish arsenal at Oviedo took overproduction. Production of the M1893 lasted until the mid-1930s. During the Spanish Civil War, the rifle was widely used by both Republican and Nationalist forces.

This rifle's performance against United States troops during the Spanish-American war led directly to the development of the American M1903 Springfield.

The Ottoman Empire ordered 200,000 M1893 rifles chambered in 7.65x53 Belgian.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Hearts of the World French soldiers 1918
La Bandera Legionnaires 1935
The Lives of a Bengal Lancer Rebels 1935
The Man Who Never Was Spanish police officers and soldiers M1895 Carbines 1956
55 Days at Peking Eight-Nation Allianc troops 1963
A Fistful of Dollars Mexican soldiers 1964
Doctor Zhivago Russian troops 1965
Minnesota Clay Ortiz's henchemen 1965
A Bullet for the General Gian Maria Volonté El Chuncho 1966
Lou Castel Bill 'Niño' Tate
Mexican governmental troops and guerrillas
Tepepa (1969) 1969
Companeros Mexican governmental troops, US Army soldiers, guerrillas 1970
El Topo José Antonio Alcaraz The sheriff Mexican Model 1895 or 1903 Carbine 1970
Alejandro Jodorowsky El Topo
Townspersons Mexican Model 1895 / Model 1902 / Model 1910 Rifles and Carbines
Nicholas and Alexandra Russian and Bolshevik soldiers M1893 rifles, visually modified to resemble Mosin Nagant Rifles 1971
The Last Run A Portuguese gendarme 1971
Long Live Your Death Mexican soldiers 1971
Catlow Several Mexican army soldiers Model 1893 rifles and Model 1895 carbines 1971
Horror Express Russian soldiers M1893 rifles, visually modified to resemble Mosin Nagant Rifles 1972
Cossacks M1895 Carbines
Cinese soldiers M1895 Carbines, with sword bayonets
The Tree of Guernica (L'arbre de Guernica) Spanish Republicans and Nationalists 1975
The Wind and the Lion Sean Connery Sheikh Rausili 1975
Rausili's men
German soldiers
The Battleflag Austro-Hungarian soldiers Rifle and Carbines 1977
Velvet Season (Barkhatnyy sezon) Spanish Republicans 1978
Severino Helmut Schreiber Juan Cortinez M1895 Carbine 1978
Ranchers and Indians
Ay, Carmela! Andrés Pajares Paulino 1990
Republicans and Nationalists Some with M1913 bayonets
Land and Freedom Nationalists and Republicans troops 1995
Evita Argentine soldiers 1996
Dollar for the Dead Several Mexican soldiers 1998
All the Pretty Horses 2000
The Devil's Backbone Spanish soldiers 2001
Pan's Labyrinth Spanish Guardia 2006
Spanish Maquis
Amigo Filipino guerillas 2010
There Be Dragons Spanish Nationalist and Republican 2011
The Skin I Live In M1895 Carbine; seen in Ledgard's room 2011
Hemingway & Gellhorn Spanish Nationalist forces 2012


Show Title Actor Character Note / Episode Air Date
The Rat Patrol Partisan 1966 - 1968
Born by Revolution: Exam (Rozhdyonnaya revolyutsiey: Ekzamen) Spanish Republicans Seen in documentary footage 1975
Front Without Mercy (Front ohne Gnade) Spanish Republicans Seen in documentary footage; Ep.5 1984
Rough Riders Spanish troops 1997
The Son - Season 2 Mexican Army "Numunuu" (S2E01) 2019

1893 Turkish Mauser

Turkish Mauser 1893 - 7.65×53mm Mauser
Turkish Mauser M1893/33 - 7.92x57mm Mauser. The magazine cutoff was removed and a pistol-grip was added to the stock.

The Ottoman Army adopted their own variant of the Spanish Modelo 1893, which looks almost identical but chambered in 7.65x53 Belgian and has magazine cutoff on the right side; making it the third main step of the Turkish Mausers. These rifles were manufactured by the Mauser factory in Oberndorf, Germany, which produced around 200,000 rifles.

Following the 1930s standardization program of the Republic of Turkey, the M1893 was converted to the 7.92x57mm (8mm) cartridge. This converted variant, known as M1893/33, has a striking notch on the top of the receiver to accept the longer 8mm round and may be seen with straight or pistol-gripped stocks and with-or-without the magazine cutoff box.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Kill Me Gently Brigands and Turkish soldiers M93/33 1967


Show Title Actor Character Note / Episode Air Date
Gallipoli Turkish soldiers 2015

Video Games

Title Appears As Mods Note Date
Battlefield: 1918 M93/33 2004

1894 Swedish Mauser Carbine

Mauser M94/14 Cavalry Carbine (dated 1916) (Carl Gustaf) - 6.5x55mm. The barrel was originally flush with the front of the stock, but a barrel extension was added to comply with US import restrictions.

The Model 1894 (or more commonly known M94) was a precursor to the M1896 Carl Gustaf Mauser which went into production in 1895, with left over receivers used in the M1896 full sized rifle production. It is noteworthy for its metal endcap and the fact that some later models (like the M94/14) were designed to take either the standard M1914 army bayonet or the M95 Naval bayonet (a large bladed knife).


Title Actor Character Note Date
The Wind and the Lion German soldiers 1975
The Man on the Roof Ingvar Hirdwall Åke Eriksson 1976

1895 Chilean Mauser

Mauser 1895 Rifle - 7x57mm Mauser
Mauser 1895 Short Rifle - 7x57mm Mauser
Mauser 1895 Carbine - 7x57mm Mauser

Also known as the Chilean Contract Mauser, or Modelo Mauser Chileno 1895, this rifle was developed from the Spanish M1893 design. A unique feature was a small steel shoulder on the tang of the receiver behind the bolt handle that served as a safety lug; the squared bolt-face of the M1893 was also eliminated. While M1895s were originally chambered in 7x57mm Mauser, in the 1950s-60s Chile re-chambered some in 7.62x51mm NATO when they adopted the H&K G3 rifle.

70,000 M1895 rifles were ordered by the Orange Free State and the South African Republic (Transvaal Republic) and used by Boer Commandos during the Second Boer War against the British Empire. These rifles were built using the earlier M93-pattern receiver and as such lack the re-enforcing shoulder on the tang. Roughly 55,000 were delivered before the British began an embargo of Boer arms shipments. The remaining rifles were then sold to Chile.

Serbia also adopted the 7x57mm Model 1895 rifle as the Model 1899. Unlike the Model 1895, the Model 1899 had a partial thumb cut in the receiver wall to aid in the use of stripper clips. These were manufactured initially by Waffenfabrik Mauser in Oberndorf, and a later second contract –referred to as the Model 1899/07– by Waffenfabrik Steyr in Austria. A carbine version, the Model 1908, was also manufactured by Steyr.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Blowing Wild Gary Cooper Jeff Dawson Mexican M95 Carbine 1953
Ward Bond Dutch Peterson
Ian MacDonald Jackson
The Sand Pebbles Chinese revolutionary troops 1966
State of Siege (État de Siège) Police and soldiers 1972
Breaker Morant Boer Commandoes 1980
Matewan Will Oldham Danny Radnor 1987
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Hatay soldiers Carbine 1989
Seven Years in Tibet Tibetan militiaman 1997
The Mummy Tuareg fighters Carbine 1999
The Turkish Gambit (Turetskiy gambit) Aleksandr Lykov Anwar-Efendi/captain Perepyolkin Serbian M1899 mocked up as Remington-Keene Repeating Rifle, w/ scope 2005
Neruda Chilean soldiers 2016


Title Actor Character Note / Episode Date
Rough Riders Dale Dye Colonel Leonard Wood 1997
Spanish troops
The Irregulars Royce Pierreson John Watson Cavalry Carbine; "Chapter Seven: The Ecstasy of Death", "Chapter Eight: The Ecstasy of Life" 2021
Henry Lloyd-Hughes Sherlock Holmes
Tim Key Inspector Gregson

Video Games

Title Appears As Mods Note Date
Battlefield: 1918 Serbian Mauser 1899 2004

1896 Swedish Mauser

Mauser 1896/02 Rifle (Carl Gustaf) - 6.5x55mm
Mauser 1896/11 Rifle (Carl Gustaf) - 6.5x55mm
Mauser 1896/38 Rifle (Carl Gustaf) - 6.5x55mm

The last cock-on-closing Mauser action, the major changes included moving the bolt-guide-rib to the bolt body, and the addition of a knurled thumb tab on the cocking piece. The United Kingdoms of Sweden and Norway had developed the 6.5x55mm cartridge in 1891 for use in all potential new service rifles before the Mauser design was selected. Production at Waffenfabrik Mauser in Oberndorf am Neckar was 1895-1900, and Swedish production at Gustafs stads Gevärsfaktori from 1898-1925. One of the production requirements was that all M96 rifles were made from the same Swedish nickel-copper-vanadium-steel alloy regardless of manufacturer.

Numerous M96 rifles were loaned to Finland for use in the Winter War/Continuation War against the Soviet Union.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Strike First Freddy (Slå først Frede!) A Kolick's henchman m/41B 1965
The Man on the Roof Suspect 1976
From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter Jordana Spiro Cathrine Reece 2000
Tracker A British soldier m/96-38 Short Rifle; stand-in for Boers' Mauser M1895 2010
Beyond the Border Swedish troops Some with sniper scopes 2011
Land of Mine Danish soldiers 2015
A War Within German soldiers 2018


Title Actor Character Note Date
Nestor Burma - Season 3 Michel Fortin Zavatter M96/38; "Boulevard... ossements" (S3E2) 1993
Nestor Burma - Season 3 A circus magician M96/38; "Boulevard... ossements" (S3E2) 1993
The Bridge Daniel Axt Jürgen Nehaus with a telescopic sight 2008

Video Games

Game Title Appears as Notation Release Date
Sniper Elite 4 "Swedish Mauser" "Night Fighter Expansion Pack" DLC 2017
Enlisted "Gevär M-38" m/1938; currently only used as tank decoration 2021


Title Character Note Date
Saga of Tanya the Evil Legedonia Entente Alliance's regular infantry 2017

Mauser 98 Sporter

The German-style purpose-built sporter has a ribbed barrel, express sights and a flat "butterknife" style bolt handle, and not a converted military rifle.

German-style Mauser 98 Sporter Model B - 7.92x57mm Mauser
German-style Mauser 98 Sporter Model K - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Mauser 98 Sporter with scope - 7.92x57mm Mauser


Title Actor Character Note Date
The Golden Taiga (Zolotoye ozero) Ivan Novoseltsev Andrei Sepanov 1935
Altai hunters
Fighting Film Collection No. 7 (Boyevoy kinosbornik No. 7) SS soldiers 1941
Incident in the Taiga (Sluchay v tayge) Muza Krepkogorskaya Katya Volkova 1954
The Eye of the Monocle (L'oeil du monocle) Henri Cogan Archiloque With sniper scope 1962
Michel Duplaix Archiloque's henchman
The Inn on the River Brown's henchman With sniper scope 1962
The Puzzle of the Red Orchid Edgar Wenzel Babyface With sniper scope 1962
Herbert A. E. Böhme Col. Drood
Col. Drood's men
Pierrot Goes Wild (Pierrot le Fou) Jean-Paul Belmondo Ferdinand 'Pierrot' Griffon With a scope 1965
Anna Karina Marianne Renoir
Ivory Coast Adventure Philippe Clay Renaud Lefranc With sniper scope 1965
Sorrel Flower (Fleur d'oseille) Henri Garcin Jo de Fréjus With a scope 1967
Dominique Zardi Jeannot
The Brain Eli Wallach Frankie Scannapieco With a scope 1969
Diamonds Are Forever Bruce Cabot Bert Saxby 1971
The Sugarland Express Texas Ranger 1974
Fear over the City (Peur sur la ville) French police With sniper scopes 1975
Syndicate Sadists Tomás Milián Rambo 1975
Live Like a Cop, Die Like a Man Police snipers and hitmen 1976
The Pacing Mustang (Mustang-inokhodets) Mikhail Golubovich Wild Jo Calone 1976
Aleksey Chernov Thomas "Turkeytrack" Bates
Stasis Petronaitis James Foster
Convoy Busters (Un poliziotto scomodo) Police 1978
The Thirty Nine Steps Ronald Pickup Bayliss 1980
The Long Good Friday Alan Talbot Sniper 1980
Coup de Torchon Jean-Pierre Marielle Le Peron Model K 1981
Philippe Noiret Lucien Cordier
Wild Geese II Peter Kybart A hunter With sniper scope 1985
The Big Gold of Mr. Greenwood (Bolshoe zoloto mistera Grinvuda) Vladimir Borisov Lyonka Panteleev 1991
Ivan Agafonov Ageich
Aleksandr Yakovlev Maksimych
Recoil Gregory McKinney Det. Lucas Cassidy 1998
Shoot To Kill FBI HRT sniper 1988
Public Enemies Christian Bale Melvin Purvis 9.3mm x 57mm, double trigger 2009
The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared Manuel Dubra Esteban 2013
Spanish Republican fighters
A Hologram for the King Tom Hanks Alan Clay With double trigger 2016
The Marsh King's Daughter Ben Mendelsohn Jacob 2023


Show Title Actor Character Note / Episode Air Date
Hawaii Five-O James MacArthur Danny "Danno" Williams 1968-1979
The Sopranos John Ventimiglia Artie Bucco S1.13 1999-2007
Steven R. Schirripa Bobby Bacala S1.13
The Inspector Lynley Mysteries A Serbian militant "In the Blink of an Eye" (S05E04) 2007
Father Brown - Season 5 James Sutherland "Panama Man" (S05E11) 2017
Our Mothers, Our Fathers Michael Ihnow Francizek 2013
Babylon Berlin - Season 1 Peter Kurth Bruno Wolter 2017
Joachim Paul Assböck Major Beck
Florian Panzner Major Scheer
Ernst Stötzner Generalmajor Seegers
Benno Fürmann Oberst Gottfried Wendt
Babylon Berlin - Season 2 Peter Kurth Bruno Wolter takedown 2017
Ivo Pietzcker Moritz Rath
Florian Panzner Major Scheer
Midsomer Murders Andrew Knott Mostyn Cartwright (S20E06) 2018
Babylon Berlin - Season 4 Jördis Triebel Dr. Völcker Ep. 37, 38 2022
Benno Fürmann Gottfried Wendt

1903 Turkish Mauser

Mauser Model 1903 - 7.65x53mm Mauser. The striking large stripper clip bridges can be seen on top of the receiver.
Mauser Model 1903/30 - 7.92x57mm. This updated variant still has the stripper clip bridges but it can be identified on the cut notch on top of the receiver and metal plates on the stock as a post-WWI Turkish Mauser.
Turkish standardized "Kirikkale" Mauser - 7.92x57mm Mauser

The Turkish M1903 rifle was developed from the Gewehr 98. Unlike the Gew. 98, it featured an intermediate-length action, with a bolt and magazine that were .2" shorter than that of the Gew. 98, due to the shorter 7.65x53mm Belgian cartridge. It also had a simple tangent-leaf rear sight, rather than the Lange Visier of the Gew. 98. The rifle retained the earlier M93-pattern bayonet lug on the upper barrel band, allowing it to use bayonets made for the M93 rifles previously purchased. 200,000 rifles were produced from 1903-1905 at Waffenfabrik Mauser in Oberndorf am Neckar, Germany. Chambered in 7.65x53mm Mauser.

Beginning in 1930 the Turkish Republic converted these rifles to fire 7.92x57mm JS Mauser, along with M1893s and M1888 Commission rifles. A notch was cut in the receiver ring so the longer cartridge could fit in the magazine. M1903 rifles converted to 7.9x57mm were referred to as M1903/30.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Forty Thousand Horsemen Turkish soldiers 1940
Gallipoli Turkish Soldiers with M1890 Sword bayonets 1981
The Lighthorsemen Turkish Soldiers and Bedouins M1903/30 with M1890 bayonets 1987
The Mummy Arabs 1999
Ararat Turkish Troops and Armenian fighters Possible M1938 2002
The Golden Compass Samoyed tribesmen M1903/30 2007
Passchendaele German soldiers M1938 with Persian bayonets; Impersonating Gewehr 98 2009
The Water Diviner Turkish soldiers M1903/30 with M1890 bayonets 2014
Wonder Woman German and Turkish soldiers M1903/30 2017
A War Within Thure Lindhardt Hansen M1938 2018
Tom Wlaschiha Gerhard Bauer
Blizzard of Souls Latvian troops Possible M1938 2019
The King's Man Djimon Hounsou Shola 2020
Shepherd's henchmen


Show Title Actor Character Note / Episode Air Date
All Quiet on the Western Front Richard Thomas Paul Bäumer M1903/30 equipped with P07 sword and SG 98/05 bayonets; standing for Gewehr 98 1979
Ernest Borgnine Stanislaus Katczinsky
Ian Holm Cpl. Himmelstoss
Dominic Jephcott Peter Leer
Ewan Stewart Detering
German soldiers
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles Turkish Soldiers "Palestine, October 1917" (S02321, released on video as "Daredevils of the Desert")
Footage re-used from The Lighthorsemen (1987)
All The King Men Turkish Soldiers 1999
Hitler: The Rise of Evil German soldiers M1903/30 2003
The Somme – From Defeat to Victory German soldiers M1903/30 2006
14 - Diaries of the Great War Austrian, English, French, German, Italian, and Russian soldiers M1938 2014
Gallipoli Turkish soldiers M1903/30 and M1938 with M1890 bayonets 2015
Deadline Gallipoli Turkish soldiers M1903/30 with M1890 bayonets 2015

1907 Chinese Mauser

German-service Chinese M1907 Mauser - 7.92x57mm Mauser

The Chinese Model 1907 was a development of the Mauser Model 1904, a commercial military model in turn developed from the Gewehr 98. It features a 29.1" barrel, tangent-leaf rear sight, half-length handguard, and narrow upper barrel band. It was originally chambered in a proprietary 6.8x58mm Chinese cartridge, but some in 7x57mm were also purchased. The M1907 was manufactured at Waffenfabrik Mauser in Oberndorf am Neckar, Germany, and Kung Hsien (Gongxian) arsenal in Henan Province, China. When WW1 broke out the Germans seized all M1907 rifles still in the country and re-barrelled them for 7.9x57mm.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen German soldiers 2010

Mauser 98AZ Artillery Carbine

Karabiner 98AZ - 7.92x57mm Mauser. Early version with a smooth stock.
Karabiner 98AZ - 7.92x57mm Mauser. Late version with a grasping groove.
Karabinek wz. 1898, a Polish version of Mauser 98AZ - 7.92x57mm Mauser. Early production version had a turned-down bolt handle while late version had a straight bolt handle.

The second carbine based on the Gewehr 98, the Karabiner 98AZ (Aufpflanz-und-Zusammensetzvorrichtung, meaning "With bayonet and for stacking pyramid") was adopted in 1908. Although referred to as a carbine, with its 23.6" barrel it is really more of a short rifle. Unlike the Gew. 98, it was built on a small-ring receiver (like the pre-98 actions), which saved weight. It features a turned-down bolt, full-length handguard, a guarded front sight, side-mounted sling, and a distinctive stacking hook just below the upper barrel band. It was widely issued to German artillery troops and saw extensive service in World War I and in the postwar Reichswehr. It was also manufactured in post-war Poland as Karabinek (KbK) wz. 1898.

The rifle was replaced in the early 1920s by the misleadingly-named Karabiner 98b, which was actually a full-length rifle very similar to the Gew. 98, but with a turned-down bolt, tangent-leaf sight, and side-mount sling. In 1923 the name 98AZ was changed to 98a.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Wings German soldiers Equipped with American M1905 bayonets 1927
Two Arabian Knights Louis Wolheim Sgt. Peter O'Gaffney Equipped with American Krag-Jørgensen bayonets 1927
German Soldiers
Four Sons A German soldier 1928
Tell England Turkish soldiers 1931
Shanghai Express Chinese Rebel soldiers 1932
Wooden Crosses A German soldier 1932
Deserter (Dezertir) German mounted police 1933
Shock Troop German soldiers 1934
Boule de Suif Karl Gurnyak German soldier 1934
The World Moves On A German soldier footage from Wooden Crosses 1934
La Grande Illusion German Prison guard 1937
Knight Without Armour Red sailors and soldiers 1937
Shchors German soldiers 1939
Night Train to Munich Basil Radford Charters 1940
Naunton Wayne Caldicott
The Great Dictator Tomanian Prison guards and Double Cross Storm Troopers some without the stacking hook 1940
Fighting Film Collection No. 1 (Boyevoy kinosbornik No. 1) Imperial German soldiers Footage from Shchors 1941
Fighting Film Collection No. 6 (Boyevoy kinosbornik No. 6) German soldiers 1941
Aleksandr Parkhomenko Imperial German soldiers 1942
Sahara Frank Lackteen Sheik Ali 1943
For Whom the Bell Tolls Vladimir Sokoloff Anselmo some without the stacking hook 1943
Loyalist and Nationalist soldiers
The Battle of the Rails (La bataille du rail) German soldier 1946
Fear and Desire Soldiers 1953
Ernst Thälmann - Son of his Class seen broken on the battlefield 1954
Sky Without Stars East German border guards 1955
The Gleiwitz Case (Der Fall Gleiwitz) German soldiers 1961
The Four Days of Naples German soldiers, Italian Resistance fighters 1962
Attack and Retreat (Italiani brava gente) An Italian soldier 1964
The Great Race Russian soldiers 1965
A Matter of Resistance German soldiers 1966
What Did You Do in the War, Daddy? Aldo Ray Sgt. Rizzo 1966
William Bryant Minow
Art Lewis Needleman
German soldiers and US Army soldiers
Westerplatte Polish soldiers Polish KbK wz. 1898 1967
Appointed as the Granddaughter (Naznachayeshsya vnuchkoy) Yuriy Yershov German Gefreiter Karl 1976
A Bridge Too Far German soldier 1977
Severino Helmut Schreiber Juan Cortinez 1978
Ranchers, Manzeneros warrior
Vabank II Polish police Polish KbK wz. 1898 1985
Biggles: Adventures in Time German soldiers 1986
Europa Europa German soldier Without the stacking hook 1990
Boa Vs. Python Adamo Paladino Broddick Without the stacking hook 2004
Angel Boris Reed Eve
Downfall (Der Untergang) German soldiers 2004
The Wind That Shakes The Barley Cillian Murphy Damien 2006
War Horse German soldiers 2011
Stalingrad German soldiers 2013
The Water Diviner Turkish soldier 2014
13 Minutes German police 2015
Batalion Imperial German soldiers 2015
Journey's End German soldiers 2018
A War Within German soldiers 2018
All Quiet on the Western Front German soldiers 2022


Show Title Actor Character Note / Episode Air Date
The Rat Patrol Bedouin 1966-1968
Front Without Mercy (Front ohne Gnade) Spanish Republicans and German soldiers Ep.5-7 1984
Downton Abbey German soldiers SE05 2011
And Quiet Flows the Don (Tikhiy Don) Austro-Hungarian soldiers 2015
Rebellion Joanne Brennan Dr. Kathleen Lynn Ep. 02 2016
ICA members
Trotsky A German agent With sniper scope 2017
Alex the Fierce (Alex Lyutyj) German soldiers and Hilfspolizei 2020

Video Game

Game Title Appears as Note Release Date
The Great War 1918 2013
Verdun "Karabiner 98AZ" 2015
Screaming Steel: 1914-1918 "Karabiner 98AZ" Added in the "Endgame Update" (2021) 2018
Tannenberg "Karabiner 98AZ" 2019
Beyond The Wire "Karabiner 98AZ" 2022
Isonzo "Karabiner 98AZ" Introduced in Caporetto expansion 2022

1908 Brazilian Mauser

Mauser 1908 - 7x57mm Mauser
IMBEL Mosquefal M968 - 7.62x51mm. Converted version of Mauser Model 1908 Brazilian Contract with an FN FAL barrel and M1917 Enfield peep sights.

The Brazilian M1908 rifle was developed from the Gewehr 98. It features a simplified tangent-leaf rear sight and elongated handguard extending from the receiver to the lower barrel band. The bolt, receiver, and bayonet lug were left in the white. The M1908 was manufactured by Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken in Berlin and Waffenfabrik Mauser in Orberndorf am Neckar from 1908 until the outbreak of World War I. Chambered for 7x57mm Mauser.

In the late 1960s, numerous M1908 rifles were modified into the so-called Mosquefal M968, a version in 7.62x51mm caliber.


Title Actor Character Note Date
City Of God Gangsters 2002
Elite Squad (Tropa de Elite) BOPE recruits Mosquefal M968 2007
The Good, the Bad, the Weird Byung-hun Lee The Bad 2008
Various henchmen

1909 Argentine Mauser

Argentine Mauser 1909 - 7.65x53mm Mauser
Argentine Mauser M1909/26 Cavalry Carbine - 7.65x53mm Mauser

A development of the Gewehr 98, the M1909 Argentine contract featured a tangent-leaf rear sight rather than the Lange Visier, and a longer handguard that extended from the receiver to the lower barrel band. It also features an auxiliary bayonet lug fastened over the standard Gew. 98 lug. This allowed the use of the M1891 rifle's bayonet on the new rifle. Rifles, short rifles, and cavalry carbines were produced at Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken, Berlin, and carbines under license in Argentina at Fabrica Militar de Armas Portatiles (F.M.A.P.) division of the Direccion General de Fabricaciones Militares (D.G.F.M.). Chambered in 7.65x53mm Mauser.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Evita Argentine soldiers Rifles and possibly 1909/26 Carbines 1996
Under Flag (Bajo Bandera) Argentine soldiers 1997
The Aura Ricardo Darín Esteban Espinosa Sporterized version 2005
Alejandro Awada Sontag
There Be Dragons Wes Bentley Manolo Torres M1909 Cavalry Carbine 2011
Olga Kurylenko Ildiko
Colonia Chilean soldiers 2015

1916 Spanish Mauser

Fusil corto Modelo 1916 - 7x57mm Mauser. Note bent bolt handle and tangent leaf sight.

The M1916 Spanish Mauser was a short rifle developed from the M1893 Spanish Mauser rifle. It shares the same action, but features a shorter 21 3/4" barrel and bent bolt handle. The rear sight was a Lange Visier-type on the Pattern 1 rifles, and a simple tangent-leaf on the Pattern 2 rifles. Interestingly, the M1916 short rifle and M1893 long rifle were produced concurrently at Oviedo. It was originally chambered in 7x57mm Mauser, however, after development of the CETME rifle, numerous M1916s were re-chambered for 7.62x51mm CETME for use by the Guardia Civil.


Title Actor Character Note Date
La Bandera Robert Le Vigan Fernando Lucas 1935
55 Days at Peking Chinese and Eight-Nation Allianc troops 1963
Lost Command French paratroops, Viet Minh troops, Algerians 1966
A Professional Gun (Il mercenario) Tony Musante Paco Roman 1968
Mexican soldiers, rebels
Matewan Will Oldham Danny Radnor 1987
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Kevork Malikyan Kazim 1989
Land and Freedom Ian Hart David Carr 1995
Marc Martínez Juan Vidal
Rosana Pastor Blanca
Frédéric Pierrot Bernard Goujon
Icíar Bollaín Maite
Nationalists and Republicans troops
Libertarias Ana Belén Pilar 1996
Victoria Abril Floren
Blanca Apilánez Aura
Laura Mañá Concha
Joan Crosas Boina
Jorge Sanz Worker Son
José Sancho Worker Father
Uprising SS soldiers 2001
Guernica Basque, Spanish Republican and Nationalist forces 2016


Show Title Actor Character Note / Episode Air Date
Bors Spanish Repusblicans Ep.11 1968
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles: Volume 2 Sean Patrick Flanery Indiana Jones Ep. "The Phantom Train of Doom" 1992-1994
Mac McDonald Big Mac

vz. 98/22 Czech Mauser

Puška CZ Brno 98/22 - 7.92x57mm Mauser

The Czech vz. 98/22 rifle was the first Mauser design produced by the then-new Czechoslovak State Armaments Works in Brno. After World War I, the Treaty of Versailles had prohibited Imperial Germany from producing military arms, so the newly established nation of Czechoslovakia purchased an entire Gewehr 98 production line from Mauser Werke, complete with tooling and all available spare parts. 40,000 of these rifles were made and issued to the Czechoslovak Army in 1923. In 1927 the Republic of Turkey ordered 10,000 new vz. 98/22s. When the vz. 24 short rifle replaced the 98/22s in Czech service, those vz. 98/22s were sold to Turkey and China. Chambered in 7.92x57mm JS Mauser.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Lili Marleen German soldiers 1981
Never Say Never Again African bandits 1983
The Lost Battalion German troops 2001
Rose Street Peter Ender SchuPo Franz 2003
SchuPo and SS soldiers
Joyeux Noël German soldiers 2005
The Red Baron German soldiers 2008
Brimstone Bill Tangradi Nathan Possibly with original Gewehr 98 top barrel band 2016
Guy Pearce The Reverend
Journey's End A German soldier 2018
Blizzard of Souls German soldiers 2019


Show Title Actor Character Note / Episode Air Date
The Alsatians or the Two Matildas Jean-Philippe Meyer Paul Imhof 1996
German sailors and soldiers
March of Millions Josef Mattes Fritz Ep. 1 2007
Downton Abbey German soldiers SE05 2011
14 - Diaries of the Great War David Oberkogler Karl Kasser 2014
Austro-Hungarian and Italian soldiers
Clash of Futures German soldiers Ep. 01 and 02 2018
Babylon Berlin - Season 4 Benno Fürmann Gottfried Wendt Ep. 40 2022
Davos 1917 German soldiers 2023

vz. 24 Czech Mauser

Czech vz. 24 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Czech vz. 16/33 - 7.92x57mm Mauser - Gewehr 33/40 (t)
Gewehr 33/40(t) - 7.92x57mm Mauser

Based on the M98 action, the vz. 24 rifle was designed to replace the vz. 98/22 in Czechoslovakian service. It featured a 600mm (23.5") barrel, tangent-leaf rear sight, and full-length handguard. It was produced at several factories in Czechoslovakia from 1924-1941, and exported to dozens of countries worldwide. After the German annexation of Czechoslovakia in 1938, the rifle was adopted alongside the Kar98k and production continued for the Wehrmacht under the designation Gewehr 24(t). It was chambered in 7x57mm, 7.65x53mm, and 7.92x57mm depending on the production contract. The shortened, lightened version is called carbine vz. 33.


Title Actor Character Note Date
We Will Come Back (Sekretar raykoma) Soviet partisans 1942
Golden Path (Oqros biliki) Kote Daushvili Schetman 1945
The Battle of the Rails (La bataille du rail) German soldiers 1946
The Road Home (Synovya) Oleg Zhakov Yanis Vz.33 1946
German soldiers
The Stolen Border (Uloupená hranice) Karel Effa The sergeant VZ 33 1947
Ladislav H. Struna Srbek
Czechoslovak gendarmes, soldiers and German ordners
The Silent Barricade Jaroslav Prucha Hosek 1949
Czech soldiers and insurgents
Wolves' Lairs (Vlcie diery) Slovak soldiers and partisans 1948
Outpost in the Mountains (Zastava v gorakh) Radner Muratov Ahmed 1953
Jurásek Martin Ružek Sojka Vz.16/33 1956
A German soldier Vz.24
The Unconquered (Neporazení) Gustav Heverle Cpl. Ríha 1958
Jaroslav Mareš PVT. Pepík
Jirí Sovák Pvt. Jarda
Martin Tapák Pvt. Janko
Josef Vinklár Pvt. Mirek
Vladimír Krska Pvt. Tonek
Czechoslovakian soldiers
The Fabulous World of Jules Verne (Vynález zkázy) Pirates Vz.24 1958
Captain Dabac Slovak soldiers 1959
Smugglers of Death Radovan Lukavský CWO. SNB Václav Kot 1959
Jirí Vala WO. SNB Karel Zeman
Smrt sa volá Engelchen Partisans 1960
The Taste of Violence (Le goût de la violence) Guerrillas 1961
The Longest Day Gert Fröbe Unteroffizier "Kaffeekanne" 1962
German soldiers
Attack and Retreat (Italiani brava gente) Raffaele Pisu Libero Gabrielli Vz.33, visually modified to resemble Carcano rifle 1964
Riccardo Cucciolla Giuseppe Sanna
Lev Prygunov Loris Bazzocchi
Gino Pernice Collodi
Nino Vingelli Sgt. Manfredonia
Italian soldiers
Cast a Giant Shadow Haganah troops 1966
Let's Not Get Angry (Ne nous fâchons pas) The Colonel's henchmen Vz. 16/33 1966
The Tunnel (Tunelul) Romanian and German soldiers 1966
Carriage to Vienna (Kocár do Vídne) Jaromír Hanzlík Hans 1966
Ludek Munzar Günter
Iva Janzurová Krista
Vladimír Ptácek The big partisan
Mr. Freedom Freedom agent 1969
The Brain Seen in Frankie's weapon case 1969
Penicka & Paraplícko The Prague police 1970
You Are a Widow, Sir! Honor guard at the airport 1970
Legend of the Living Dead (Legenda o živých mrtvých) German soldiers and partisans 1971
Angels of Terror On Dr. Ellis' gun rack 1971
The Seventh Bullet (Sedmaya pulya) uncredited Ghulyam vz. 16/33 1972
Melis Abzalov Basmach
Bakhtiyer Ikhtiyarov Saghdullah
U. Khodzhayev Basmach
Radzhab Adashev Deserteer
Deserteers, Basmachi
Hot Winter (Horká zima) Alexej Gsöllhofer Slávek 1973
Slovak insurgents
A Police Commissioner Accuses (Un comisar acuza) Prison guards 1974
The Ascent (Voskhozhdeniye) Vladimir Gostyukhin Rybak Standing for 98k 1977
Hilfspolizei personnel
Drummer-Crab (Le Crabe-Tambour) African tribesmen 1977
Revenge (Revansa) Iron Guard legionnaires, Romanian soldiers 1978
Rebellious "Orion" (Myatezhnyy "Orion") German sailors 1978
Go and Don't Say Goodbye (Chod a nelúc sa) Eva Jakoubková Júlia Cafíková 1979
Slovak gendarmes and insurgents
Wait for John Grafton (Gaidiet "Dzonu Graftonu") Seen in gun crate 1979
The Boat Is Full Gerd David Karl Schneider 1981
German soldiers
The Duel (Duelul) Romanian police 1981
The White Rose German soldiers 1982
Under Fire Nicaraguan Rebel 1983
The Fourth Year of War (Shyol chetvyortyy god voyny...) Vladimir Shikhov Khomutov-junior 1983
Timofey Spivak Arthur
Shades of Fern (Stín kapradiny) Petr Skarke Gendarme 1984
Vítezslav Jandák Gendarme
A Trap for Jackals (Kapkan dlya shakalov) Gaib-bek's man Vz.33 1985
The World Knows Nothing (Svet nic neví) Czechoslovak troops 1987
The Tenth Man German troops 1988
Sitting on a Branch, Enjoying Myself Viliam Polónyi Zboncák VZ-33 1989
Czechoslovak soldiers
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Cultist 1989
River of Death Germnan soldiers 1989
Europa Europa Marco Hofschneider Salomon Perel with turned bolt handle 1990
Germnan soldiers
An Unforgettable Summer (O vara de neuitat) Romanian soldiers 1994
Sahara German soldiers VZ-33 1995
Life Is Beautiful German soldier 1997
Zelary Jan Tríska Old Gorcík VZ-33 2003
Juraj Hrcka Vojta Juriga
Days of Glory German soldiers VZ-33 2006
The Counterfeiters A German police officer With a Kar98k-style bolt handle 2007
My Way German soldiers 2011
Stalingrad German soldier VZ-33 2013
Run Boy Run German soldiers 2013
City 44 Anna Próchniak Kama Charges a guns 2014
Antoni Królikowski "Beksa"
Michal Meyer "Pajak"
Jan Kowalewski Adam
SS soldiers, Polish insurgents
Batalion Imperial German soldiers 2015
Panfilov's 28 (28 panfilovtsev) A German soldier Vz. 16/33 2016
T-34 Alexander Petrov Nikolay Ivushkin carbine 2018
The Axe (Topor) vz. 16/33; seen in German field camp 2018
The Red Ghost (Krasnyy prizrak) Wolfgang Cerny Hauptsturmführer Braun 2021
German Segal Adler
Ilya Kiporenko August
Mikhail Melin Günther
Andrey Kurganov Bruno
Nikolay Orlovskiy Wolf
Aleksey Shevchenkov The Red Ghost
Pavel Abramenkov Moryachok
Yuriy Borisov Prostachyok
Konstantin Simonov Kostya


Title Actor Character Note/Episode Date
The Sinful People of Prague Jaroslav Satoranský Gendarme Tumpach "Otisky prstu" 1968-1970
Otto Šimánek Gendarme Kostroun "Černé rukavice"
Vlastimil Hašek Gendarme Kozel "Černé rukavice"
Cestmír Randa Gendarme Vodsedálek "Špion přijede v sedm"
Gendarmes and soldiers
Born by Revolution: On the Night of the 20th (Rozhdyonnaya revolyutsiey: V noch na 20-e) A Soviet soldier Seen in documentary footage 1976
Peace to Your House (Mir vashemu domu) Basmachi Vz.24, Vz.16/33 1982
Long Road in the Dunes (Ilgais cels kapas) Roland Zagorskis Zigis Aboltynsh Vz.16/33, Ep.1 and 3 1982
Voldemars Sorins Valdis
Martins Verdins Bruno
Eternal Call (Vechnyy zov) - Season 2 SS guards in Buchenwald concentration camp Vz.24 1983
Confrontation (Protivostoyanie) A German soldier Vz.24 1985
On Wings of Eagles Revolutionaries 1986
Hearts of Three (Serdtsa tryokh) Brigands 1992
Lenin...The Train German soldiers Vz. 16/33 1988
Black Cats (Chyornye koshki) A German officer Vz.24; Seen in documentary footage 2013
Days of Honour. Uprising (Czas honoru. Powstanie) Polish insurgents 2014
One Warrior in the Field (Odin v pole voin) A German soldier Gewehr 33/40 2018
Black Pea Coats (Chyornye bushlaty) A German soldier 2018
The Saboteur 3: Crimea (Diversant. Krym) Aleksey Bardukov Leonid Filatov Vz.24 with a sniper scope (supposedly ZF4) and a sound suppressor 2020
Aleksandr Oblasov Senya Korol
Alex the Fierce (Alex Lyutyj) Vladislav Konoplyov Alex Lyutyj Gewehr 33/40 2020
Vitaliy Shchannikov Hans
Vadim Akhmetov Pavel Karpenko
Egor Partin "Zhirdyay"
Father Brown - Season 9 US Army MP (S09E05) 2022

Video Games

Title Appears As Mods Note Date
Forgotten Hope 2 "Gewehr 33/40(t)" Gewehr 33/40, added in v2.53 (2018) 2007
Enlisted "Vz. 24" w/ SG 84/98 III bayonet Vz. 24 Czech Mauser 2021
"Gewehr 33/40" Vz. 33 Czech Mauser (Gewehr 33/40(t))

Mauser Standard Modell

Mauser Standard Modell - 7.92×57mm Mauser. This is an early version with straight bolt handle.
Mauser Standard Modell - 7.92×57mm Mauser. The late version with turned down bolt handle.

This model, created around 1924 for export to other countries, is similar in length to the 98AZ carbine, but incorporates more of the original Gewehr 98 (especially the 98M and 98b variants) in comparison to it, to allow production on its machines. The equalities to the G98 are the grasping grooves, sling swivel under the stock, and the parade hook fitted on the upper band. This version was the last precursor to the Karabiner 98k, which was adopted by the Wehrmacht in 1935. Because of the Treaty of Versailles restriction of German weapons production, this model was secretly produced by Mauser in Switzerland.

The main buyers were China, becoming the Type Zhongzheng Rifle and South American countries, but also the Sturmabteilung (SA) bought a few copies. Many Standard Models were also sent to Spain during the Civil War.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Stalingrad: Dogs, Do You Want to Live Forever? German, Romanian and Soviet soldiers 1959
Figures in a Landscape Malcolm McDowell Ansell 1971
The Island of Dr. Moreau Burt Lancaster Dr. Moreau 1977
The Hound of the Baskervilles Prison guards With straight bolt handle 1988
Chunuk Bair Turkish soldiers 1992
Sahara German soldiers 1995
Anaconda Jennifer Lopez Terri With turned bolt handle 1997
Jon Voight Paul Sarone
Ice Cube Danny Rich
Sunshine Hungarian soldiers 1999
Strange Gardens (Effroyables jardins) German soldiers 2003
Downfall German soldiers 2004
Black Book German soldiers 2006
Miracle at St. Anna German soldiers 2008
Woman in Gold German Police and SS forces 2015
A Hidden Life German soldiers 2019


Title Actor Character Note/Episode Date
King Solomon's Mines A native porter 2004
His Majesty's Secret Service (Sekretnaya sluzhba Ego Velichestva) Emir of Bukhara guards 2006
March of Millions Feldgendarmerie Ep. 2 2007


Title Character Note Date
Fairy Gone Marlya Noel with a pistol grip and no cleaning rod 2019

FN Mauser Mle 1924

FN Mauser Mle. 1930 short rifle - 7×57mm Mauser. The Mle. 1924 looks identical to the M24 Serbian Mauser with the wooden front barrel.

The M24 rifle was an export model produced by the Belgian Fabrique Nationale constructed from the experiences of the German Gewehr 98-pattern rifle during the First World War. From the first manufactured M1922, long rifle followed 2 years later the Mle. 24 short rifle. The Belgian Army did not adopt this rifle instead it was exported to many Asian, African, and American countries in various calibers; 7×57mm Mauser, 7.65 mm, and 7.92 mm. Notably, the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (official name of Yugoslavia in 1918-1929) purchased many Mle. 1924 between 1926 to 1928 what then became the M24 Serbian Mauser.

Changes at the front barrel led to the Mle. 1930 which served as a model for the 1935 Peruvian Mauser variant. Both variants saw limited use in the Wehrmacht as the Gewehr 220(b) and Karabiner 420(b).

From 1950, some Mle. 1924 and 1930s were converted to the caliber .30-06 and .22 LR as training rifles.


Title Actor Character Note Date
El Topo Townspersons Mexican M1924 1970
The Eagle Has Landed German soldiers Mle. 1930 1976
The Vengeance of the Winged Serpent Mexican soldiers Mexican M1924 Carbine 1984
Far from Men Algerian rebels Moroccan Mle. 1950 2014
Cadet 1947 Agus Usholi Armory guard Dutch/Indonesian Mle. 1930 Carbine 2021
Indonesian soldiers


Title Actor Character Note Date
Front Without Mercy (Front ohne Gnade) A soldier of Legion Condor Mle 1930 (Part 2, Ep.7) 1984
King Solomon's Mines Godfrey Lekala Khiva 2004
Echo 3 Colombian Navy sailors Colombian Mle. 1950 (Ep. 10) 2022

M24 Serbian Mauser

M24 Serbian Mauser Rifle - 7.92x57mm Mauser

The Model 1924 Mauser Rifle was created to unify a military in disarray after WWI. In Kragujevac in 1927 production had begun and by the beginning of WWII near one million had been produced. Model 1924 Mauser rifle is an intermediate action Mauser with a large receiver ring and a short action. Otherwise, it is mechanically identical to nearly any other Model 1898 Mauser derivative.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Viva Maria! Mexican soldiers 1965
Check Passed: No Mines (Provereno nema mina) Yugoslavian soldiers 1965
The Wind and the Lion Brian Keith President "Teddy" Roosevelt 1975
Simon Harrison William Pedicaris
Force 10 from Navarone Robert Shaw Mallory 1978
Petar Buntic Marko
High Road To China The warlord's troops and villagers 1983
Black Cat, White Cat (Crna macka, beli macor) Ida Branka Katic 1998
Sujka Ljubica Adzovic

vz. 98/29 Persian Mauser

Czech Persian Mauser vz. 98/29 with vz. 23 bayonet - 8x57mm
M49 Persian Mauser, Iranian manufactured carbine version of vz. 98/29 rifle - 7.92x57mm Mauser

A variant of the vz. 24 chosen for the Iranian armed forces of Shah Reza Palavi in 1929, it was manufactured at Brno. The rifle features a 29" barrel, a handguard that extends from the receiver to the lower barrel band, and a tangent-leaf rear sight. The front sight also has distinctive "ears" on either side of the blade to protect it from damage. This rifle served until 1960, when it was replaced in Iranian service by the US M1 Garand. It is chambered in 7.92x57mm Mauser.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Fighting Film Collection No. 9 (Boyevoy kinosbornik No. 9) Mark Bernes A Polish resistance fighter 1942
German soldiers
Fighting Film Collection No. 11 (Boyevoy kinosbornik No. 11) Soviet partisans 1942
Young Partisans (Yunye partizani) Anton Dunaiskiy Grandfather Ionych 1942
German soldiers
Elusive Jan (Neulovimyy Yan) Evgeniya Gorkusha Milcha 1942
German Sturmabteilung soldiers
How the Steel Was Tempered (Kak zakalyalas stal) German Imperial soldiers With bayonets 1942
Native Shores (Rodnye berega) Faina Ranevskaya Sofya Ivanovna With bayonet 1943
The Battle of Stalingrad (Stalingradskaya bitva), Part II A Romanian soldier 1949
The Desert of the Tartars (Il deserto dei Tartari) Jacques Perrin Lt. Drogo 1976
Battle of Warsaw 1920 Borys Szyc Jan Krynicki 2011
Polish troops


Show Title Actor Character Note / Episode Air Date
Peace to Your House (Mir vashemu domu) Basmachi 1982
The Somme Ralf Rueller Eversmann 2005
German soldiers
Hotel Europa French and German soldiers 2022

Wz. 29 Mauser (Polish Mauser)

Wz. 29 Mauser - 7.92x57mm Mauser

Polish bolt-action rifle based on the Mauser G98 system, full name Karabinek wz. 29 (Kbk wz. 29 for short), very similar to the Czechoslovak vz. 24. Production of new weapons started in 1930 at the National Arms Factory in Radom and continued until September 1939. The rifle was manufactured in two versions, an infantry rifle with a straight bolt handle and a cavalry rifle with a turned down bolt handle. A total of approximately 264,000 Kbk wz. 29 rifles were produced (including a large batch for export to Spain and Afghanistan). After the September Campaign, they were used by the guerrillas of the Polish Underground. Acquired copies of the wz. 29 rifle were also used by the Wehrmacht as the Gewehr 298 (p).


Title Actor Character Note Date
Fighting Film Collection No. 3 (Boyevoy kinosbornik No. 3) German soldiers 1941
Fighting Film Collection No. 4 (Boyevoy kinosbornik No. 4) German soldiers 1941
Fighting Film Collection No. 6 (Boyevoy kinosbornik No. 6) German soldiers 1941
Lad from Our Town (Paren iz Nashego Goroda) German soldiers 1942
The Murderers are Coming (Ubiytsy vykhodyat na dorogu) bayonet attached, seen during the intertitles and on the ground 1942
We Will Come Back (Sekretar raykoma) German soldiers and Soviet partisans With bayonets 1942
Kotovsky Imperial German soldiers With bayonets 1942
Elusive Jan (Neulovimyy Yan) German Sturmabteilung soldiers 1942
Fighting Film Collection No. 10 (Boyevoy kinosbornik No. 10) German soldiers 1942
Fighting Film Collection No. 12 (Boyevoy kinosbornik No. 12) German soldiers 1942
Young Partisans (Yunye partizani) German soldiers, Soviet partisans 1942
A Good Lad (Slavnyy malyy) Nikolay Bogolyubov Ivan Doronin With bayonets 1943
Soviet partisans
In the Name of the Fatherland (Vo imya Rodiny) A German soldier With bayonet 1943
Restless Youth (Trevozhnaya molodost) Red Army cavalrymen 1955
The Bridge German soldier 1959
How I Unleashed World War II Marian Kociniak Pvt Franek Dolas With bayonets 1970
Polish soldiers
Hornets' Nest German soldiers 1970
Wait for John Grafton (Gaidiet "Dzonu Graftonu") Seen in gun crate 1979
Katyn SS soldiers 2007
City 44 Polish insurgents, SS soldiers 2014


Title Actor Character Note/Episode Date
It Was in Kokand (Eto bylo v Kokande) Farkhad Khaydarov A Basmach 1977
Hitler: The Rise of Evil German Soldiers 2003
Marcel Reich-Ranicki German Soldiers 2009
Days of Honour. Uprising (Czas honoru. Powstanie) Polish insurgents 2014
One Warrior in the Field (Odin v pole voin) A German soldier 2018
The Last Battle (Posledniy boy) A German soldier 2019

Video Games

Title Appears As Mods Note Date
Forgotten Hope 2003
Land of War: The Beginning 2021

1935 Peruvian Mauser

Mauser 1935 (Modelo 1935) Rifle Peruvian FN Contract - .30-06

A variant of the FN M1924 short rifle adopted by the Peruvian Army in 1935. These rifles featured a tangent-leaf rear sight and a front sight with sheet-metal "ears" on either side of the post. The handguard extending from the receiver to the lower barrel band. These rifles were originally chambered in 7.65x53mm Mauser, however, after World War II Peru acquired surplus M1 Garand rifles from the US, and decided to standardize all their rifles in US .30-'06 Springfield. M1935 rifles had their chambers reamed out to take the longer cartridge.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Uncommon Valor Seen among other rifles 1983
Eight Hundred Leagues Down the Amazon Brazilian soldiers 1993

1935 Belgian Mauser

Belgian Mauser Model 1935 - 7.65x53mm

Belgian Mauser Model 1935 was derived from Belgian Mauser Model 1889, incorporating elements of German Gewehr 1898. Belgian Army adopted it as Fusil Mle 1935 and planned to replace all existing rifles and carbines with a single model of modern short rifle. Model 1935 was produced by Manufacture d’Armes de L’Etat and FN Herstal until the defeat of Belgium in 1940 but never went into large scale production. Captured rifles were adopted by Wehrmacht as Gewehr 262(b) and Zielfernrohrgewehr 264(b) (sniper version). After the war, some Model 1935 rifles were re-chambered for .30-06 Springfield and were known as Model 35/46.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Stalingrad: Dogs, Do You Want to Live Forever? German soldiers 1959
The Seventh Company Has Been Found (On a retrouvé la 7ème compagnie!) German soldiers 1975

1936 Mexican Mauser

Máuser Mexicano Modelo 1936 - 7x57mm Mauser

The M1936 Mexican Mauser short rifle was manufactured at Fábrica Nacional de Armas (National Arms Factory) in Mexico City from 1936 to 1954. It used a unique intermediate-length small-ring M98 action with a turned-down bolt handle. It also incorporated some elements of the US Springfield M1903 in its design; a knurled knob on the cocking piece allowed the bolt to be cocked without the manipulation of the bolt, and the upper and lower barrel bands. In 1954 the design was altered to .30-'06, and an adjustable aperture sight copied from the US M1903A3 was added to the receiver bridge. This variant is designated M1954.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Blowing Wild Juan Garcia El Gavilan 1953
El Gavilan's bandits, policemen
Gary Cooper Jeff Dawson Only on promotion still
Death in the Garden Georges Marchal Shark 1956
Soldiers and Miners
Fever Mounts at El Pao Ojeda's Military police 1959
The Guns of Juana Gallo Luis Aguilar Arturo Ceballos Rico 1961
Ignacio López Tarso Pioquinto
Mexican soldiers and rebels
The Wild Bunch Mapache's soldiers 1969
El Topo Townspersons 1970
Firewalker A guerilla fighter 1986

M43 Spanish Mauser

Mosquetón Mauser Coruña modelo 1943 - 7.92x57mm Mauser

The Spanish M43 rifle was based on the Kar98k and produced at the La Coruna arsenal from 1944-1957. Unlike the Kar98k, it featured a straight bolt handle and a handguard that extended from the receiver almost to the upper barrel band. Like the M1909 Argentine Contract, the M43 featured an auxiliary bayonet lug attached to the convention Gew. 98-style lug. This allowed the rifle to mount the older bayonets designed for the M1893 and M1916 rifles. Rifles manufactured for the Spanish Air Force did not have the auxiliary lug. It is chambered in 7.92x57mm Mauser.

Many of these rifles were converted to the FR-8 model after the adoption of the CETME rifle in 1957.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Taxi for Tobruk (Un taxi pour Tobrouk) Lino Ventura Theo Dumas 1961
Maurice Biraud François Gensac
Lawrence of Arabia Turkish soldiers and Arab irregulars 1962
Battle of the Bulge German and U.S. troops 1965
Lost Command French paratroops, Viet Minh troops, Algerians 1966
Villa Rides Frank Wolff Ramírez Anachronistic 1968
Robert Mitchum Lee Arnold
Several Mexican army soldiers and Villistas
Battle of Britain German soldiers 1969
Play Dirty Mohsen Ben Abdallah Hassan 1969
Mohamed Kouka Assine
German soldiers
Patton German soldiers 1970
Bananas Woody Allen Fielding Mellish 1971
Long Live Your Death Eli Wallach Max Lozoya/El Salvador Anachronistic 1971
Mexican soldiers and Mendoza's men
Duck, You Sucker! Mexican troops Anachronistic 1971
Hannie Caulder Federales 1971
The Assassination of Trotsky Ruiz' men 1972
Man in the Trunk (La Valise) Tunisian soldiers 1973
Breakout Mexican prison guards 1975
The Wind and the Lion Berber warriors 1975
The Tree of Guernica (L'arbre de Guernica) Spanish Republicans and Nationalists 1975
Death of a Hoodlum (Muerte de un quinqui) Spanish Guardia Civil 1975
The Battleflag Austro-Hungarian and British soldiers 1977
El diputado Spanish police With tear gas rifle grenades 1978
From Hell to Victory French, German and American soldiers 1979
Cuba Cuban government troops and guerillas 1979
Lili Marleen German soldiers 1981
Trail of the Pink Panther German soldiers footage from Battle of Britain 1982
Fort Saganne Arabic fighters 1984
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade John Rhys-Davies Sallah 1989
German soldiers
Belle Epoque Guardia Civil 1992
The Long Kill Simón Andreu Colonel Lupo Anachronistic 1999
Several Mexican soldiers
Che Part Two: Guerrilla Bolivian Guerrilla 2008
Bavarian Outlaw Bavarian policemen Anachronistic for 1901 2008
U-900 German soldiers 2008
Female Agents (Les Femmes de l'ombre) German soldiers 2008
Stalingrad German soldiers 2013
Palm Trees in the Snow (Palmeras en la nieve) Spanish colonial guards 2015


Title Actor Character Note Date
Mino Austro-Hungarian soldiers 1986
Agatha Christie's Poirot - Season 5 Egyptian guards "The Adventure of the Egyptian Tomb" 1993
Argentinian soldiers "The Yellow Iris"
Krupp: A Family Between War and Peace Emil Reinke Eckbert von Bohlen und Halbach Ep. 02 & 03 2009
German soldiers

M48 Yugoslavian Mauser

Zastava Puška M.48 - 7.92x57mm Mauser

The M48 Mauser is a post-World War II intermediate-length M98 action, designed in Yugoslavia. Although similar in general appearance to the German Kar98K rifle, it is not a copy but is based on the earlier Serbian M24 rifle. The main difference between the M48 and the Kar98K is that the M48 receiver is 1/4" shorter than the standard-length Kar98K. They are usually easily identified by the top handguard which extends behind the rear sight, and ends just in front of the receiver ring. The model number is stamped under the crest: M48 or M48A. Rifles without crest or model number are M48BO models meant for export. M48's are regarded as a military surplus firearm and can be collected in the US at a generally cheap price due to the numbers recently imported from Europe.


Title Actor Character Note Date
The Fall of Italy (Pad Italije) Tonko Lonza Blago 1981
The partisans
Banzaï Government soldiers 1983
A Youth Orchestra (Orkestar jedne mladosti) Ljubisa Samardzic Dragiša Kojić Mocked as Karabiner 98k 1985
Yugoslavian and German soldiers
No Man's Land Bosnian guide 2001
Rose Street SS soldiers 2003
The Good, the Bad, the Weird Chang-Yi's henchmen 2008
Batalion German soldiers 2015
The Tiger: An Old Hunter's Tale A Korean hunter 2015
15 Minutes of War (L'Intervention) Somalian troops 2015


Title Actor Character Note Date
Verdun: Descent into Hell German soldiers 2006
March of Millions German soldiers 2007
Falling Skies Blair Brown Sonya 2011
Our Mothers, Our Fathers Tom Schilling Friedhelm Winter 2013
Paul Maaß Dorgerloh
German soldiers


CETME FR-8 - 7.62x51mm NATO

After Spain adopted the CETME Rifle in 1957, many M1916 and M43 Mauser rifles were converted to 7.62x51mm NATO to serve as training rifles for new recruits. M43 rifles so converted were designated CETME FR-8. Each rifle was fitted with an 18.5" barrel in 7.62x51mm NATO, equipped with a birdcage flash hider and CETME-style front sight. Beneath the barrel was a fake gas tube, which contained the cleaning rod and kit. At the front of the tube was a bayonet lug for mounting the new CETME rifle's bayonet. An adjustable aperture sight was installed on the receiver bridge, to provide a similar sight picture to the actual CETME rifle.


Title Actor Character Note Date
The Rundown Henchman 2003
The Golden Compass Tartar mercenaries 2007

Westley Richards Mauser Magazine Rifle

Westley Richards Mauser magazine rifle 26” round barrel
Westley Richards Mauser with 24" barrel - .500 Jeffrey

Westley Richards is one of the grand old English gunmaking firms and as famous as Holland & Holland. For many decades Westley Richards has manufactured made to order (known as bespoke in the "Trade") bolt action rifles in addition to their famous double barrel rifles and shotguns. Though Westley Richards will happily make a magazine rifle based on any action that the customer desires the vast majority of the rifles are based on the Mauser action. The rifles are of the highest quality and typically begin somewhere in the high 30's and go from there. The options (calibers, barrel lengths, single or set triggers, furniture, takedown or not takedown, round or octagonal barrels, square or round bridge etc,) that are available to the customer are almost endless.


Title Actor Character Note Date
Out of Africa Meryl Streep Karen Blixen . 1985

Oberndorf Mauser Sporter

Oberndorf Mauser Sporter - 9x57mm


Title Actor Character Note Date
The Red House Rory Calhoun Teller 1947
The Sugarland Express 1974
The Smile of the Fox Steve Bond Martinez With a scope, suppressed 1992


Show Title Actor Character Note / Episode Air Date
The Avengers James Villiers Simon Trent "Small Game for Big Hunters"(S4E16) 1961-1969

Mauser Danzig Sporter

A small number of Danzig Mausers were manufactured as Sporters at the Danzig Arsenal at the end of World War One before the equipment was dismantled and shipped to Poland.

Danzig-Mauser Sporter - 7.92x57mm Mauser


Title Actor Character Note Date
The Door with Seven Locks Werner Peters Bertram Cody 1961
Big Jake Dean Smith "Kid" Duffy 1971
Christopher Mitchum Michael McCandles

Type Zhongzheng Rifle

Type Zhongzheng rifle - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Type Zhongzheng rifle with turned-down Kar98k style bolt handle - 7.92x57mm Mauser

The Type Zhongzheng rifle, also known as the Type 24, is a licensed, Chinese copy of the Mauser Standard Modell rifle, and was used extensively by both Nationalist and Communist forces during the Second Sino-Japanese war, the Chinese Civil War and finally during the Korean War by the People's Volunteer Army. Production began in 1935 at the Gongxian Arsenal, and would eventually spread to three other rifle factories across China.

The rifle is named after ROC Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek's adopted name, Jiang Zhongzheng (Wade-Giles: Chiang Chung-cheng).


Title Actor Character Note Date
The Red Detachment of Women (Hong se niang zi jun) Niu Tie A´Gui 1961
Shugui Shi Dan Zhu
Ben Niu Xiao Pang
The local militia, The Chinese Red Army
The Last Emperor Chinese soldiers 1987
Magnificent Warriors Jing Chen The Gunrunner 1987
Lust, Caution Nationalist and Collaborationist Chinese troops 2007
Assembly Zhang Hangyu Gu Zidi 2007
Communist and Nationalist Chinese soldiers
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor General Yang's soldiers 2008
The Children of Huang Shi Chow Yun-Fat Chen Hansheng 2008
Jonathan Rhys Meyers George Hogg
Guang Li Shi-Kai
Chinese Communist and Nationalist soldiers
Japanese soldiers
City of Life and Death Liu Ye Lieutenant Lu Jianxiong 2009
Zhao Yisui Shunzi
Nationalist Chinese soldiers
John Rabe Nationalist Chinese soldiers 2009
Death and Glory in Changde Wenkang Yuan Capt. Feng Baohua 2010
Mengwei Xie Er Hu, Miao youth
Nationalist Chinese soldiers
Wind Blast Yu Xia Zhang Ning 2010
Shanghai Chinese resistance fighters 2010
The Flowers of War Dawei Tong Major Li with a sniper scope 2011
Nationalist Chinese soldiers
Cold Steel (Bian di lang yan) Imperial Japanese soldiers 2011
The Woman Knight of Mirror Lake (Jian hu nu xia Qiu Jin) You-Nam Wong Chen Boping 2011
Chinese rebels
The Taking of Tiger Mountain Bandits and PLA soldiers 2014
The Crossing Part 1 Nationalist Chinese soldiers 2014
The Crossing Part 2 Nationalist Chinese soldiers 2015
Air Strike Nationalist Chinese soldiers 2018
The Eight Hundred Chinese sniper with a sniper scope 2020
Nationalist Chinese soldiers

Video Games

Game Title Appears as Mods Notation Release Date
7554 2011
Far East War "Mauser Rifle" 2013

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