Photos Photoset from a weapons museum

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These are weapons found in a Saint Petersburg, Russia museum. Images mostly relate to artillery, but weapons of other types and from various ages are shown. I know little of artillery so ID help will be appreciated.

WW2 tracked artillery
m5.jpg


Old school artillery
m6.jpg


WW1 type
m7.jpg



Close combat weapons
m8.jpg


Wheel locks
m9.jpg


Early attempt at battery fire
m10.jpg



Early grenade launchers
m11grenadeLauncher.jpg



Rotating "organ" battery
m12Organ.jpg


Spinning battery
m13.jpg



Caisson
m14Caisson.jpg



Ornate field piece
m16Ornate.jpg



Captured Turkish piece
m16Trophy.jpg



Armor
m17.jpg



Close in fighting gear
m18.jpg



More of the same
m19.jpg



Very ornate handguns
m20.jpg



Embellishments on handgun shown above
m21.jpg



"Fearsome" helmets
m22.jpg



Combination gun/edged weapons
m23Combination.jpg



Very odd bore shapes
m24.jpg
 
Looks like I'm limited to 20 pics at a whack. No worries! Here are a few more shots from the museum.

Gatling Gun - caliber unknown
m25Gatling.jpg



Close combat
m26.jpg



Winchester Model of 1866 Most of these were 44 rimfire caliber
m26Win.jpg



Lewis gun (Belgian Rattlesnake)
m27Lewis.jpg



Uniform collar devices
m28.jpg



Quad Maxim mount
m29.jpg



I'm not sure what this is
m30.jpg



Captured Nebelwerfer
m31Nebel.jpg



Weapons designed by M. Kalashnikov
m32.jpg



AK variants
m33.jpg



No idea what these weapons might be
m34.jpg
 
These are weapons found in a Saint Petersburg, Russia museum. Images mostly relate to artillery, but weapons of other types and from various ages are shown. I know little of artillery so ID help will be appreciated.



Early attempt at battery fire







Rotating "organ" battery
View attachment 247063

Related also to Stalin's Organ?


Spinning battery
View attachment 247064

This doesnt look like a good idea....
 

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