Oktoberfest: Beer & Blood
Oktoberfest: Beer & Blood is a 2020 German-Czech six-part miniseries directed by Hannu Salonen. Munich, 1900: When Curt Prank, a major brewer from Franconia, decides to expand for the Oktoberfest, the balance of power in the city begins to shake. As an “outsider”, Prank is not allowed to acquire a license at the Oktoberfest, let alone serve his Franconian beer. With bribery and extortion, Prank steals five adjacent lands at the Oktoberfest, which at that time could hold a maximum of 300 guests, in order to build a megalomaniac giant tent for six thousand guests. This is a presumptuous plan that pushes the small traditional Munich breweries like the Hoflinger family's Deibel Bräu to the edge of existence and triggers a brutal struggle for survival.
The following weapons can be seen in the miniseries Oktoberfest: Beer & Blood:
In Ep. 02 "Die Zeichen der Zeit", Inspektor/Inspector Eder (Eisi Gulp) is seen using a British Constabulary revolver, a Belgian copy of the Webley RIC, the rare version with a Bulldog-pattern cylinder.
Gendarmerie officers in Ep. 02 "Die Zeichen der Zeit" are armed with heavily anachronistic Karabiner 98ks that can only be seen in the background. These carbines are most likely a stand-in for the Gewehr 1898, which was issued for the Bavarian Army in 1900, but historically correct would be the Werder-Gendarmeriekarabiner 88 that was used by Bavarian police forces during that time period (worth mentioning during the 1901 shootout with the Kneißl Brothers).
Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk. III*
At least one police officer is seen with an anachronistic Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* rifle over his back, 7 years earlier than it was developed.
Dreyse Model 1841
During a parade, actors portraying Bavarian soldiers can be seen with Dreyse Model 1841 Needle Guns at the beginning of episode 04 "Anstich".
The 1902 French movie A Trip to the Moon (Le Voyage dans la Lune) is shown to the visitors which includes female soldiers wielding full-length arms which could rather be Mle. 1859, Chassepot 1866 or Gras Model 1874 rifles.