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World War One Weapons.

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World War One Weapons Bolt Action Rifle This rifle fired only one bullet at a time, then you were forced to reload. The Lee Enfield Rifle was used by the British army during World War One. Other bolt action rifles were used in France, Germany, Italy, U.S. Russia, Austria and Japan
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World War One Weapons

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Bolt Action Rifle This rifle shot one and only projectile at once, then you were compelled to reload. The Lee Enfield Rifle was utilized by the British armed force amid World War One. Other jolt activity rifles were utilized as a part of France, Germany, Italy, U.S. Russia, Austria and Japan

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Smokeless Gunpowder Commanders had been grumbling of the issues of giving requests on a smoky war zone. The French armed force was the first to utilize smokeless black powder. This powder was all the more effective then standard explosive surrendering it more precision to a thousand yards.

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Machine Guns In 1884, Hiram Maxim created the universes first programmed convenient assault rifle. The proverb weapon was received by the British armed force in 1889. It could fire 400-600 rounds a moment. Every firearm had the discharge power for around 100 rifles. These automatic rifles utilized as a part of 1914 obliged six individuals to work.

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Armored Vehicles Armored autos were initially utilized by British. Toward the begin of World War One Europe was utilizing reinforced plated vehicles with assault rifles or other cannons pieces. These autos were restricted amid trench fighting due to the uneven landscape.

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Artillery At the start of World War One the primary weapon for the British armed force was the since quite a while ago dashed field firearm. Howitzers utilized substantial shells with a short barrel for utilization covert. The British armed force made substantial howitzers utilized for trench fighting. They could shoot shells weighing more than 900kg to a separation of 18km.

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There were numerous adjustments in fighting weaponry in World War One. These progressions upset the way war is battled today. Without them we would at present be battling in exceptionally primitive ways.

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Made By: Brandon Filipiak Clay Wagner Amanda Swan Kellie Williams