The second part of the story about the trip to Kaluga is devoted to the museum exposition. Let's start with the street.
BTR "Ganomag-250". Fully operational.
Kitchen. The most revered exhibit that day. Working
BA-64. On the run.
[center] 76,2-mm divisional gun ZIS-3.
Gas-xnumx. Capable and completely identical.
GAZ-AA. The legendary "Lorry".
Inside the museum consists of two exhibitions: weapons and equipment of the Red Army and Germany. Present and some of weapons Allies, the part that came to us under the Lend-Lease.
This, dear connoisseurs stories, nothing more than "Photokor-1". The first mass Soviet camera.
Anti-tank guns Degtyarev and Simonov.
Flare gun with ammunition.
Thompson. Delivered to us.
Submachine gun Sudayev. By many estimates - the best PP World War II.
Samples ammunition soldier of the Red Army.
Mosin rifle, sniper version
Machine gun Goryunova SG-43.
What is Lewis doing here is very difficult to say. Could, of course, be used at the beginning of the war.
FN Browning M1922. Belgium.
"Walter", model 4.
FN model 27. Belgium.
Astra 600. Spain. Produced for Germany.
Bayard m. 1908. Belgium.
FÉG 37M. Hungary.
Beretta M1934. Italy.
FN Model 1910. Belgium.
Sauer 38H. Germany.
Colt M1911. USA.
Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless. USA.
Shop drum type for machine gun MG.
Machine gun ZB vz. 26. Czechoslovakia.
MG-81. Actually, this aviation a machine gun, but upon closer inspection it turned out that the bipods were not "pinned up". Accordingly, this is an infantry option.
Here is an exhibition. Very informative, especially in terms of pistols. By the way, the organizers did not have time to sign them, I had to figure it out myself. Therefore, lovers of pistols, if something does not match, please do not particularly get excited.