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Erma Werke

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Erma Werke (Erfurter Maschinenfabrik)


Erma Werke (Erfurter Maschinen- und Werkzeugfabrik GmbH) was a German firearms manufacturer founded in 1922, in Thuringia. In the early 1930s, the company acquired licenses to produce the Karabiner 98k, and later attained notoriety producing maschinenpistoles such as the Erma EMP and MP 38/MP 40 series. After the war, the Thuringia factory fell into disuse and was ordered to be liquidated by the Soviets in 1948. It was reestablished as ERMA-Werke in West Germany in 1949, in Bavaria, and produced appliances and eventual M1 Carbine clones for West German police. The company mostly produced sporting arms and non-lethal pistols throughout the years until declaring bankruptcy in 1997. The company ultimately ended up in possession by Heckler & Koch in 2004, and was closed for good.


Founded: 1922

Closed: 2004

Country: Germany



Weapon Caliber(s) Capacity Produced Variants Image
Erma EP 652 .22 LR 6 1980s - 1990s ERMA EP 652.jpg
Erma EP 752
Erma EGP 75
.22 LR
8mm blank
????-???? EGP 75S Erma EGP75S.jpg

Submachine Guns

Weapon Caliber(s) Capacity Produced Variants Image
EMP 35 9x19mm 32 1930 - 1938 Erma EMP early.jpg
EMP 44 9x19mm 32 * 2 1944 EMP 44.jpg
MP 40 9x19mm 30/32/64 1940 - 1944
1938 - 1940
1941 - 1942
MP 38
MP 41
MP60 9x19mm 25/32/36 1960 - ???? Erma MP60.jpeg


Weapon Caliber(s) Capacity Produced Variants Image
Erma Werke Model E M1 .22 LR
.22 WMR
5,10,15 1966-1997 Erma EM1 22LR.jpg
Erma SR-100 .308 Win
.300 Win Mag
.338 Lapua Mag
Mid 1990s-2000 ELF SR-100 Erma SR100.jpg

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