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Verdun VG.jpg
Offical Boxart
Release Date: April 27, 2015
Developer: BlackMill Games
Publisher: M2H
Series: 1914-1918 WW1 Game Series
Platforms: Windows, Mac, Linux, PS4
Genre: First-Person Shooter

Verdun is a multiplayer FPS set in the First World War. The game takes place on the western front between 1914 and 1918, in one of the bloodiest conflicts in world history. The developers were inspired by the infamous Battle of Verdun in 1916 France. The game includes many historically accurate features such as realistic WW1 weaponry, authentic uniforms, and maps based on the real battlefields of Belgium and France.

Tannenberg is the sequel to Verdun, taking the player to the eastern front of World War One.

The following weapons appear in the video game Verdun:



Colt M1911

The original Colt M1911 was added with the HoW DLC and is the standard sidearm for the U.S. officer in-game. Also, the Canadian squad gets access to the 1911, which is historically correct as the Canadian Expeditionary Force bought 1911's as a stop-gap solution for the lack of handguns in inventory. Reasonably potent and accurate to extended ranges, the 1911 is a delightful piece for use in the fields of Flanders.

Colt M1911 (dated 1913) - .45 ACP
The U.S. Automatic Pistol .45 M1911 in-game.
Removing the empty magazine...
... and pushing in a full one.
Clicking the slide in forward position.

FN Model 1900

The FN Model 1900 was added with the HoW DLC and appears as the "FN Browning M1900" and is available for the Belgian squad. The 1900 is similar to the Ruby in stats, a mild cartridge combo'd with an average mag size makes it a decent sidearm and a relatively mediocre main arm.

FN Model 1900 - .32 ACP
The FN 1900 in-game.
The removed magazine in his left hand.
Loading in a full one.

Luger P08

The Luger P08 appears as the "Pistole Parabellum 1908 Luger" and is the standard sidearm for the German Non-Commissioned Officers class. Potent, accurate to extended ranges, the Luger is an adequate sidearm for defending or assaulting trenches.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm
The Luger in-game.

Luger P08 Artillery Model

The Luger P08 Artillery Model appears as the "Lange Pistole Parabellum 1908 Artillerie Luger" and is used by the German Pionier squad. Added with the HoW DLC, the Artillery Model Luger is a relatively powerful firearm when used right. While it does still have the same 1-2 hit firepower of the normal Luger, the increased barrel length and stock make it easier to place repeat shots on targets plus the 32 round mag make it useful for just spamming down a trench line if need be.

Luger LP08 "Artillery" model with the rare Trommelmagazin 08 snail drum magazine compatible with the Bergmann MP18 submachine gun - 9x19mm
The Ari-08 in-game.

Mauser C96

A Mauser C96 is seen in the Main menu, and the HoW Expansion brings the C96 in as a playable weapon. It appears as the "Mauser C96 Broomhandle". It is loaded using standard 10-round stripper clips and, unlike in some games, it cannot be reloaded or "topped off" on a partial magazine. With a mild boost in damage over the Luger and slightly better accuracy, the C96 is not a bad sidearm although the stripper clip loading can become annoying.

Mauser C96 "Red 9" Version for the German Army - 9x19mm.
The "Red 9" on the table.
The C96 in-game.
Thumbing in the 10 stripper clip.
About to remove the clip.


The Ruby appears as the "Pistolet Automatique de 7 millim.65 Genre Ruby" and is used by French forces. The Ruby's a mild sidearm with average stats all around that's useful for classes who either have better weapons or are not supposed to be fighting 24/7.

Garate, Anitua y Cia Ruby-Type Pistol - .32 ACP
The Ruby in-game.
Releasing the slide.

Webley & Scott Mk I

The Webley & Scott Mk I appears as the "Webley Self-Loading Pistol Mk. I". Added in the HoW DLC, the Mark I mixes revolver damage with semi-automatic firepower for a slightly amusing combination. 1 shot tends to drop the average soldier and the 7 round mag puts you on par with most of the other pistols on offer making the Mark 1 more than just a gimmick.

Webley & Scott Mk I Pistol
The Webley Mk. I in-game.
Taking the empty magazine...
... and replacing it with a fresh one.
Moving the slide.


MAS Mle 1892

An Mle 1892 Revolver is first seen on a table in the main menu in the early stage of the game. The HoW Expansion brings the playable Mle 1892 in, first named as the "MAS M1892 "Lebel Revolver" and then renamed "Revolver de 8mm modèle 1892". While a tad lighter load than the other revolvers, the 1892 is still reasonably effective in dropping angry Germans. While the cartridge is on the light side, it has good accuracy and the side loading mechanism makes it quick to top off.

Modele d’Ordonnance Mle 1892 Revolver - 8x27mm SR
In-game Mle 1892 Revolver.
The M1892 in-game.

Reichsrevolver M1883

The Reichsrevolver M1883 appears as the "Reichsrevolver M1883" (former name "Armeerevolver M/83 Reichsrevolver") and is available for the German Squad. It fires in single-action, and the hammer must be cocked after each shot. Due to the Reichsrevolver lacking any form of ejector rod, the player's character will instead use a stick to knock out each spent casing. Archaic and definitely out of its element, the Reichsrevolver is a sidearm first and foremost. While very powerful and easily putting troops down in one shot, the long reload makes this a gun for desperation than anything else.

Reichsrevolver M1883 - 10.6x25R
The Reichsrevolver in-game.
Cocking the hammer.
Ejecting a round.

Webley-Fosbery Auto Revolver

The Webley-Fosbery Automatic Revolver came in with the free 2018 ANZAC update. It can be equipped with a Pritchard bayonet.

Webley-Fosbery Auto Revolver - .455 Webley
The "Webley-Fosbery" in-game.
Inserting new rounds in the cylinder.
Cocking the hammer.

Webley MK VI

The Webley MK VI appears as the "Webley Mk VI Revolver". Additionally, the Trench Raider specialization has access to a Webley Mk VI equipped with a Pritchard bayonet. Big, boisterous and potent, the Mk VI is more British than the Queen wearing a Tweed jacket with a Union Jack lapel pin. While it lacks a bit in the rate of fire and capacity, the Mk VI makes up in pure stopping power and overall accuracy.

Webley Mk IV - .455 Webley
The Revolver in-game.
The rounds coming out of the cylinder. Note the game doesn't keep track of how many rounds have been fired.
Inserting new 6 rounds with the speedloader.
Manually closing of the Webley.
An opened Webely with Pritchard bayonet.


Berthier Fusil 1892 Artillery Carbine

The Berthier 1892 Artillery Carbine appears as the "Mousqueton Mle. 1892 Berthier" and has an accurate 3 shot magazine using an en-bloc clip that cannot be reloaded until empty. The Mousqueton is the French equivalent to the Karabiner 88, a short carbine useful for close to mid-range engagements that lose overall effectiveness at distance. While the 8mm Lebel cartridge makes this much more potent beyond its limits, the 3 round magazine makes it a somewhat annoying rifle to use in long engagements.

Berthier Mle 1892 Artillery Carbine - 8x50mm R
The Berthier Carbine in-game.

Berthier Fusil Modèle 1907

The Fusil Modèle 1907 Sénégal rifle was added with the December 2018 expansion along with the Senegalese squad and appears as the "Fusil Colonial Mle. 1907 Berthier Sénégalais".

Berthier Model 1907 Sénégal - 8x50mm R.
A French-Sengalese soldier holds his Berthier.
Inserting a 3-round Berthier clip.

Berthier Fusil Modèle 1907-15

The Berthier 1907-15 appears as the "Fusil Mle 1907/15 Berthier". Like the Berthier 1892 Artillery Carbine the Berthier has only a 3 shot magazine. It can be equipped M1886 “Rosalie” bayonet and APX Mle 1917 Scope. A middle ground between the Lebel's overall accuracy and the Berthier rifle's massively faster reload speed, the 1907-15 is a perfect combat rifle for picking off Jerries at long range.

Berthier Model 1907-15 Rifle
The Berthier in-game.
Releasing a spent casing by cycling the bolt handle.
The scoped Berthier.

Berthier Fusil Modèle 1916 Carabine

The Fusil Modèle 1916 Carabine appears as the "Mousqueton Mle 1892 M16 Berthier" and has a 5 round magazine. Unlike the other Berthier rifles in-game, the Model 1916 is reloaded with a 5-round stripper clip. This is directly equivalent to the Karabiner 88 and Kar98AZ, with all the pluses of the Mousqueton but with the added bonus of 5 rounds instead of a measly 3.

Berthier Model 1916 Carabine - 8x50mm R
The Berthier Model 1916 Carbine in-game.

Enfield M1917

The M1917 Enfield appears as the "Enfield M1917" and is available for the U.S. Doughboys and the U.S. Marine Corps squads. The Enfield is reloaded with a 5-round stripper clip and single round. It can be equipped with a U.S Musket Sight M1913 Scope should you desire. The M1917 is exactly like the Pattern 14, a potent and accurate rifle that's good all-around. The only real problem is the 6-round capacity will have you automatically topping the gun off at any opportunity, and I do mean any.

M1917 Enfield - .30-06 Springfield
The Enfield M1917 in-game.

Enfield P14

The Pattern M1914 Enfield appears as the "Pattern 1914 Enfield" and is available for the Scottish squad with a free update. Another good all-around rifle, the Pattern 14 is perfect if you liked the SMLE's power and accuracy but hated front-mounted sights. Easy to read rear aperture, high power and accuracy and a relatively simple reload make the Pattern 14 a potent rifle.

Pattern M1914 (P 14) Enfield - .303 UK
The Pattern 1914 Enfield in-game.

Lebel 1886 M93

The Lebel 1886 appears as the "Fusil Mle 1886/M93 Lebel" and can be equipped M1886 “Rosalie” bayonet and APX Mle 1917 Scope. Like the 1888/05, the Lebel is an obsolete rifle in a war that's outpacing it. While very accurate and powerful, the 8-round internal tube magazine becomes a hassle in any real engagement outside of taking potshots. Take the Lebel like you would a combat pump shotgun, always reload whenever possible.

Lebel Model 1886 - 8x50Rmm
The Lebel in-game.
Lying in an 8x50Rmm round into the chamber...
... and pushing it in.
Scoped Lebel M1886 - 8x50mmR Lebel
The APX Mle 1917 Scope mounted on a Lebel.
Using the scope.
Another view of the scope while using the iron sight.

Lee-Enfield Mk.I

The Lee-Enfield Mk.I appears as the "Lee-Enfield MLE Mk.I". It lacks a charger bridge, and as such is unable to use stripper clips, and can only be reloaded with individual cartridges. This is the more accuracy oriented weapon for the Brits, with a cleaner sight picture and better accuracy only tempered by the very lengthy reload.

Lee-Enfield Mk.I - .303 British
The Lee Metford in-game.
Aiming. Note the magazine cutoff.
Working the bolt handle; the ejected casing can be seen on the right.

Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III*

The Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* is the standard infantry rifle for the British and Canadian forces in-game. It has a correct 10 rounds magazine and fast rate of fire and comes with both an M1907 SMLE bayonet and Aldis M1916 scope. The SMLE is the most balanced of all the rifles on offer, with a high rate of fire, great accuracy and damage and only tempered by the lengthy reload if you actually empty the gun.

Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* - .303 British. This was the main battle rifle of British and Commonwealth forces during the First World War.
The Lee Enfield Mark III* in-game.
Reloading a 5-round stripper clip.
Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III with Aldis M1916 scope - .303 British.
The scoped version.

Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* (sawn-off)

A sawn-off Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* is used by the Australian and Canadian Trench Raiders. Unlike the full-sized version in-game, it is reloaded by swapping out the magazine, rather than with clips or single rounds. While it may seem useless, the sawn-off SMLE is still perfectly usable with some practice. Since it shares the damage stat of the full-length SMLE, but handles more like a pistol, it can be more effective in close quarters than its big brother. While the sawn-off SMLE initially lacked any iron sights, the ANZACs update added a small notch to the receiver that functions as a makeshift sight.

Sawn-Off Lee-Enfield No.1 Mk.III* - .303 British.
The Sawn-off in-game.
Aiming the pre-ANZAC sawn-off. Note the lack of any sights.
Post-ANZAC, with the addition of "iron sights."

Mauser Gewehr 1888/05

The Mauser Gewehr 1888/05 first appears as the "G.P.K. Gewehr 88/05 Kommissionsgewehr" but was renamed as the "Gewehr 88/05 Kommissionsgewehr". The G88 is specifically a 1888/05, a model made to modernize the pattern to use the same stripper clips as the 1898. While it's definitely an older rifle by this point in history, the 1888/05 is still quite good. Accuracy and damage are very nice and the sights are much cleaner so it gives you more situational awareness to keep you from being stabbed by any angry French men.

Gewehr 1888/05 - 7.92x57mm.
The G88/05 in-game.

Karabiner 88

The Carbine of the G88 is also available, loading from the original en-bloc clip. The stubby Karabiner is a useful tool for close-range fighting, with excellent power and accuracy in close ranges. Once you begin accounting for triple digits of distance, accuracy and damage drop off so do remember to keep this close and your enemies closer.

Karabiner 1888 - 7.92x57 mm.
The G88 Carbine in-game.

Mauser Gewehr 1898

The Mauser Gewehr 1898 appears as the "Gewehr 1898" and is the standard infantry rifle for the German forces. It can be equipped with an M1898/05 Seitengewehr bayonet, a Goerz 3x Custom Scope and the 20-round Grabenmagazain. These are all topped off with individual rounds or the standard 5-round stripper clip. The 98 is the all-rounder rifle, accurate, very powerful and really only lacking in the sights department courtesy of the convoluted "Lange Visier" irons.

Mauser Gewehr 1898 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The "Gewehr '98" in-game.
View through the Lange Visier.
The scoped G 98 with a Goerz 3x Custom Scope.

Mauser Karabiner 98AZ

The Mauser 98AZ Carbine appears as the "Karabiner 98AZ". The Rate of fire is higher than the Gewehr '98 but comes off with less accuracy and a slight drop in terminal velocity which is really only noticeable at extended range.

Mauser 98AZ Artillery Carbine - 7.92x57mm.
The Carbine in-game.

Mauser Model 1889

The Belgian 1889 Mauser appears as the "Mauser Model 1889" and is the standard rifle for the Belgian squad.

Belgian 1889 Mauser - 7.65x53mm Mauser
The Mauser 89 in-game.

M16 Carbine

A Carbine version is also available as the "Mauser Model 1889 Carbine Mle 16". Both of the Belgian Mausers are good all-around rifles that do exactly what you'd expect them to do.

Belgian 1889 Mauser Carbine - 7.65x53mm Mauser
The Mauser 16 Carbine in-game.

Mauser Tankgewehr M1918

The Mauser 1918 T-Gewehr appears as the "Mauser 1918 T-Gewehr", added with the HoW DLC. While this game lacks any real tanks to shoot, outside of immobilized ones, the T-Gewehr still has used. Its power and accuracy are expected considering it's firing 13.2 TuF ammo, and while you need to plop it down to use it can very easily pop off officers and machine gunners with relative ease.

Mauser 1918 T-Gewehr Anti-Tank Rifle.
The T-Gewehr in-game.

R.S.C. Mle 1917

The R.S.C. Mle 1917 appears as the "Fusil Automatique Mle 1917 RSC", added in the HoW DLC update. The RSC is interesting to say the least, both in operation and in overall characteristics. The semi-auto action makes it quick to return fire but the 5-round magazine and lengthy reload make it a bit underwhelming in close quarters. It's a weapon you need to learn how to use before you go throwing yourself into every trench line.

R.S.C. Model 1917
The RSC in-game.
Pulling the charging handle while prone.

R.S.C. Mle 1918

The R.S.C. Mle 1918 appears as the "Fusil Automatique Mle 1918 RSC" and was added alongside it's a longer and older cousin in the HoW DLC update. This is similar in scope to the Mle. 1915 Berthier, a shorter rifle for using in trenches although it still has all the problems of the other model.

R.S.C. Model 1918
The RSC in-game.
Inserting a new magazine clip.

Ross Mk.III

The Ross Mk.III was added with the HoW DLC and appears as the "Ross Model 1910 Mark III" and is the correct service rifle for the Canadian squad, although it is only usable by the "Specialist" class in the squad. The Ross is a decent rifle, mostly because you don't have to maintain your guns in this game. While it has a smaller magazine size in comparison to the SMLE and Lee-Metford, it's very accurate especially with the scope and has an even faster rate of fire making it powerful in the right hands.

Ross Mk III Model 1910 - .303 British.
The Ross M1910 in-game.
Ross Mk III Model 1910 sniper rifle with Warner & Swasey M1913 Prismatic Musket Sight - .303 British
The scoped Ross with M1913 Prismatic Musket Sight.

Springfield M1903

The Springfield M1903 Mk 1 appears as the "Model 1903 Springfield" and is also available for the two American squads in-game. It can be equipped with a U.S Musket Sight M1913 Scope. The 1903 is a relatively good rifle, solid accuracy and damage with easy to read sights so you can actually see a bunch of angry Germans trying to kill you.

Springfield M1903 Mk 1 - .30-06
The Springfield in-game.

Submachine Guns

Bergmann MP18

The Bergmann MP18 is the only submachine gun in the game and appears as the "Maschinenpistole 18/I". The MP18 is a really powerful tool in the hands of a good squad which can wreck havoc on a defensive line if you aren't careful. While the damage is low, the slow rate of fire makes it really easy to slowly pick off targets with a 2-3 round burst. Accuracy is also relatively good with the MP18 still hitting targets well into medium range.

Bergmann MP18 with 32 round Drum - 9x19mm
The MP18 in-game.
Slapping in a 32-round Drum-magazine.

Machine Guns

BAR M1918

The BAR M1918 appears as the "Browning Automatic Rifle M1918 BAR", added with the HoW DLC and is available for the U.S. squads. It is the only LMG in the game that can be aimed without being mounted to a surface. It is also the only LMG in the game without a bipod. This is the gun you need to spec into if you want to become an annoying American soldier. While it lacks stability and can easily empty the 20-round mags if you aren't careful, a little trigger control can make this an incredibly potent weapon at wiping out trenches and assaults with a few short bursts.

M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle- .30-06
The BAR in-game.

Bergmann MG 15 n. A.

The Bergmann MG 15 n. A. appears as the "Bergmann MG15 n. A." and is the standard LMG for the German Schützen squad. While not as durable as the MG08/15, the MG 15 is still quite efficient at putting heads down out of fear of being shredded by you.

Bergmann MG 15nA - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The M1915n. A. in-game.

Chauchat Mle 1915

The Chauchat appears as the "Fusli Mitrailleur Mle 1915 CSRG Chauchat" and is the LMG for the French forces. While definitely undergunned to the MG08 family, the Chauchat is not entirely useless. It's very accurate and has a slow rate of fire making it easy to use every single round in the 20 round mag effectively on angry Germans. Plus it's still relatively accurate when you're using it for walking fire, which is a plus.

Chauchat Light Machine Gun - 8x50mmR Lebel
The Chauchat in-game.
Aiming while deployed.
Reloading; the charging handle never used.
The melee attack shows more of the gun.
Reloading while standing.

Chauchat M1918

The Chauchat M1918 is the .30-06 American Conversion and was added with the HoW DLC. Appears as the "US CRSRG .30-06 M1918 Chauchat". The CRSRG is...interesting. It's got all of the in-general pluses of the normal Chauchat except it has a smaller magazine size thus making it marginally less useful than its French counterpart. You'd be better off with the BAR anyway.

Chauchat M1918 - .30-06
The CRSRG in-game.

Hotchkiss Mle 1909

The Hotchkiss M1909 appears as the "Hotchkiss M1909 Benét–Mercié" is the LMG available for the American, British, and Belgian squads. The M1909 is an in-between for the two main Allied MG styles. It has a slower rate of fire like the Chauchat, but a higher magazine capacity and bipod mounting like the Lewis, so it balances out. It's an accurate MG for picking off troops rather than just mag-dumping like the Lewis.

Hotchkiss Model 1909 - 8x50mmR
The Hotchkiss in-game.

Hotchkiss M1909 Mk.I

The Hotchkiss M1909 Mk.I is mounted on destroyed British tanks.

Hotchkiss Mk.I - .303 British
A destroyed British Medium Mark A "Whippet" tank with the Hotchkiss.

Lewis Gun

The Lewis Gun is the LMG for the British forces in-game and appears as the "Machine Gun Model 1914 Lewis". The best way to counter the German MG horde, the Lewis is a good all-around MG for putting down return fire. With a reasonably fast rate of fire, high accuracy and good stability on the bipod, it makes it incredibly useful for repelling enemy assaults.

Lewis Gun - .303 British
The Lewis in-game.

Madsen M1902

The Madsen M1902 LMG appears as the "Madsen" and is available for the Germans. The Madsen's a machine gun primarily to give the Germans some lighter option for use when trench raiding. While the sights are tight courtesy of the magazine, the slow rate of fire keeps it just as controllable as the Allied options making it perfect for raiding your enemies' rear lines.

Portuguese Madsen machine gun - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The Madsen in-game.

Maxim MG 08/15

The Maxim MG08/15 appears as the "Maschinengewehr '08/15". If you want to annoy the entire Allied team, and I mean truly annoy them to the point they will leave the game, get this. It's accurate, powerful and can easily shred an assault if they aren't careful, so do history proud and go machine gunner.

Maxim MG08/15 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The MG 08/15 in-game. Note the 7.92x57mm round.

Maxim MG 08/18

The air-cooled version of the Maxim MG08/15, the MG08/18, is also available for the German squads. It appears as the "Maschinengewehr 08/18", and was added in the HoW DLC. The slightly less encumbering version of the MG08/15, the MG08/18 is a good weapon for being a more mobile pillbox allowing you to actually run with your squad and keep them covered.

Maxim MG08/18 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The MG 08/18 in-game.
Replacing the belt box.

Vickers MK1

Some destroyed Vickers MK1 Machine Gun machine guns can be seen on the battlefield. They are unusable for the player.

Vickers gun with ribbed water jacket - .303 British
The Vickers in a crater.
The Vickers near a trench.
Unprepared Vickers resting on a table.


Winchester Model 1897

The Winchester Model 1897 appears as the "Winchester Model 1897 Trench Gun". It is available for the U.S. squads with the HoW DLC and can be equipped with an M1917 bayonet. Like with many of its videogame depictions, the Winchester Model 1897 in-game is unable to be slam fired. If you ever thought the German's historical over-exaggeration of the shotgun's effectiveness was misplaced, this will prove otherwise. The 1897 will make assault waves vanish easily with a few shots, sure it takes a long time to reload and cycle but it's all worth it to blip 3 German troops off the map with one shot.

Winchester Model 1897 "Trench Gun" with bayonet - 12 gauge.
The Trench Gun in-game.


Wechselapparat M1917

The Wechselapparat M1917 was added with the HoW DLC and is the only flamethrower in the game and is used by the German Pioneer Squad. Appears as the "Wechselapparat M1917 Wex". The balancing act to the power of the BAR and M1897, the Wex is brutally efficient at purging people from trenches, enemy or ally. While it takes a while to get roaring and has no sights, the Wex will incinerate everything in front of it with ease and that does include your allies so do be careful when you let your inner pyromaniac take over while raiding the enemy trench.

Wechselapparat Wex M1917.
The Wex in-game.
Holding the flamethrower
The player fires.

Hand Grenades

F1 hand grenade

The F1 hand grenade is the standard grenade for French forces and the U.S. squads. Appears as the " Grenade Mle 1916 Billant F1".

F1 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade with Mle1916 Billant fuse.
The Player holds the F1 grenade.

Mills Bomb

The Mills Bomb is the common grenade for the British Commonwealth. Appears as the "Mk 1 No. 5 Mills Bomb".

No. 36M Mk.I "Mills Bomb" High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade.
The Player holds the Mills grenade.

Model 15 Stielhandgranate

The standard grenade for the German Empire is the Model 15 Stielhandgranate. Appears as the "Stielhandgranate M1915".

Model 15 Stielhandgranate "Potato Masher" with spoon safety.
The Player holds the M1915 stick grenade.
The Player throws the grenade. Note the adhesive strip at the end of the stick.

Model 17 Eierhandgranate

The Model 17 Eierhandgranate appears as the "Eierhandgranate M1917". (HoW Dlc)

Model 17 Eierhandgranate.
The Eierhandgranate in-game.

Model 17 Stielhandgranate

The Model 17 Stielhandgranate appears as the "Stielhandgranate M1917". The German Pionier suqad has a two Geballte Ladungen one with 6 and 9 warheads. (HoW Dlc)

Model 17 Stielhandgranate "Potato Masher" high-explosive fragmentation hand grenade.
The M1917 in-game.
The M1917 with 6 warheads.
The M1917 with 9 warheads.

No. 34 Egg Grenade

The second grenade Available for the British squads is the "No. 34 Egg Grenade".

No. 34 Egg Grenade.
The Player holds the No. 34 grenade.

OF-15 Hand Grenade

The OF-15 Hand Grenade was added with the December 2018 expansion for the Belgian and French forces. Appears as the "Offensive No 1".

OF-15 Hand Grenade
About to throw the grenade.

Pétard Grenade

The French Pétard Grenade is also available with the December 2018 expansion and appears as the "Pétard Raquette".

Pétard Grenade or Third Army Grenade
Priming the Pétard grenade.


7.58 cm Leichter Minenwerfer

7.58 cm Leichter Minenwerfer
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7.7 cm Feldkanone 96 n. A.

7.7 cm Feldkanone 96 n.A..
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10.5 cm Feldhaubitze 98/09

10.5 cm Feldhaubitze 98/09.
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QF 4.5-inch Howitzer

Ordnance QF 4.5-inch Howitzer.
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Stokes Mortar

Stokes Trench Mortar - 3 inch
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