Werndl Rifle

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[[Image:Werndl M1873-77.jpg|thumb|right|500px|Werndl M1873/77 Rifle - 11.15x58mmR]]
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[[Image:WerndlM1867.jpg|thumb|right|500px|Infanteriegewehr Modell 1867, System Werndl/Holub - 11.15x42mmR]]
[[Image:Werndl carbine.jpg|thumb|right|500px|Werndl carbine.]]
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[[Image:Werndl M1873-77.jpg|thumb|right|500px|Infanteriegewehr Modell 1873/77, System Werndl/Holub - 11.15x58mmR]]
The '''Werndl Rifle''' is a series of Austro-Hungarian single shot, breech loading battle rifles, designed by Josef Werndl. The first model, the '''M1867''' (also known as Werndl–Holub), replaced the outdated infantry [[Lorenz Rifle|Lorenz M1854]] rifle. It was followed by the improved '''M1873''' which in turn followed by the modified '''M1873/77''', which uses a more powerful cartridge. Most models were manufactured in several versions, including an infantry rifle, short rifle, and carbine.
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[[Image:Werndl carbine.jpg|thumb|right|500px|Karabiner Modell 1873/77, System Werndl/Holub - 11.15×58mmR]]
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The '''Werndl Rifle''' is a series of Austro-Hungarian single shot, breech-loading battle rifles, designed by Josef Werndl. The first model, the '''M1867''' (also known as Werndl–Holub), replaced the outdated infantry [[Lorenz Rifle|Lorenz M1854]] rifle. It was followed by the improved '''M1873''' which in turn followed by the modified '''M1873/77''', which uses a more powerful cartridge. Most models were manufactured in several versions, including an infantry rifle, short rifle, and carbine.
  
 
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| ''[[The Fabulous World of Jules Verne (Vynález zkázy)]]'' || || French sailors || M73/77 || 1958
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| ''[[The Fabulous World of Jules Verne (Vynález zkázy)]]'' || || French sailors || M73/77 Rifle || 1958
 
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| ''[[On a Comet]]'' || || French soldiers, Arab fighters || M73/77 || 1966
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|''[[Leopard, The (Il gattopardo)|The Leopard (Il gattopardo)]]''|| || Garibaldi's volunteers || M67 Rifle ||1963
 
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| ''[[Ludwig II]]'' || || Bavarian police|| M73/77 || 2012
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| ''[[On a Comet]]'' || || French soldiers, Arab fighters || M73/77 Rifle || 1966
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| ''[[Ludwig II]]'' || || Bavarian police|| M73/77 Rifle || 2012
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| ''[[Brimstone]]'' || [[Guy Pearce]] || The Reverend || M73/77 Carbine with sniper scope || 2016
 
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|''[[Famous Brigands Stories: Václav Babinský]]''||  || Soldiers || 1th episode || 1986
 
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| rowspan="2"|''[[Madame Nobel]]''|| Perica Antov || The Princess' servant || rowspan="2"| M73/77 Carbine || rowspan="2"|2014
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Latest revision as of 10:14, 23 February 2022

Infanteriegewehr Modell 1867, System Werndl/Holub - 11.15x42mmR
Infanteriegewehr Modell 1873/77, System Werndl/Holub - 11.15x58mmR
Karabiner Modell 1873/77, System Werndl/Holub - 11.15×58mmR

The Werndl Rifle is a series of Austro-Hungarian single shot, breech-loading battle rifles, designed by Josef Werndl. The first model, the M1867 (also known as Werndl–Holub), replaced the outdated infantry Lorenz M1854 rifle. It was followed by the improved M1873 which in turn followed by the modified M1873/77, which uses a more powerful cartridge. Most models were manufactured in several versions, including an infantry rifle, short rifle, and carbine.

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[edit] Specifications

  • Weight: 9-9.7 lb (4.1-4.43kg) (rifle); 7-7.1 lb (3.18-3.25 kg) (carbine)
  • Length: 50-50.4 in (1,265-1,283 mm) (rifle); 39-39.3 in (990-1000 mm) (carbine)
  • Barrel length: 33.3-33.7 in (838-855 mm) (rifle); 22.3-22.8 (566-580 mm) (carbine)
  • Cartridge: 11.15x42mmR (M1867, M1873), 11.15x58mmR (M1867/77, M1873/77), 11.15x36mmR (M1877 Carbine)
  • Action: Rotating drum bolt


The Werndl Rifle and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors:


[edit] Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
The Fabulous World of Jules Verne (Vynález zkázy) French sailors M73/77 Rifle 1958
The Leopard (Il gattopardo) Garibaldi's volunteers M67 Rifle 1963
On a Comet French soldiers, Arab fighters M73/77 Rifle 1966
Ludwig II Bavarian police M73/77 Rifle 2012
Brimstone Guy Pearce The Reverend M73/77 Carbine with sniper scope 2016

[edit] Televison

Show Title Actor Character Note/Episode Air Date
Famous Brigands Stories: Václav Babinský Soldiers 1th episode 1986
Madame Nobel Perica Antov The Princess' servant M73/77 Carbine 2014
Russian Cossacks and cavalry

[edit] Video Games

Game Title Appears as Note Release Date
Tannenberg "Werndl M1873/77" 2019


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