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Gewehr is the German word for a rifle. Prior to the 1840s, rifled guns were not widespread, usually muzzle-loading and termed Büchse, as they are still in German hunting jargon today. Afterwards, Gewehr became the standard term for military-type rifles. The term "Gewehr" can be encountered in the context of 19th and 20th century military history for nonspecific rifles from German-speaking countries, e.g. in arms trade, in particular for types produced before German unification in 1871. Specific types, sorted chronologically from 1841 to 1997 and with designer given, are:

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  • Gewehr is the German word for a rifle. Prior to the 1840s, rifled guns were not widespread, usually muzzle-loading and termed Büchse, as they are still in German hunting jargon today. Afterwards, Gewehr became the standard term for military-type rifles. The term "Gewehr" can be encountered in the context of 19th and 20th century military history for nonspecific rifles from German-speaking countries, e.g. in arms trade, in particular for types produced before German unification in 1871. Specific types, sorted chronologically from 1841 to 1997 and with designer given, are: * Gewehr 41 (Dreyse, 1841) * Gewehr 71 (Mauser, 1871) * Gewehr 88 (state committee, 1888) * Gewehr 98 (Mauser, 1898) * T-Gewehr (Mauser, 1918) * Gewehr 41 (Walther, 1941) * Gewehr 43 (Walther, 1943) * Sturmgewehr 44 (CITEFA/Schmeisser, 1944) * Gewehr 36 (Heckler & Koch, 1997) (en)
  • Gewehr est le mot allemand pour "fusil". On le rencontre dans le cadre de l'histoire militaire du XIXe et XXe siècle, dans les noms des fusils tels que le Gewehr 36, le Gewehr 41, le Gewehr 43, le Gewehr 71, le Gewehr 88, et le Gewehr 98. (fr)
  • ゲベール銃(ゲベールじゅう)とは前装式、滑腔銃身(ライフリングがない)、フリントロック式(燧石式)、またはパーカッションロック式(雷管式)の洋式小銃である。すなわち、マスケットと呼ばれるものと同一であるが、幕末日本では特にこう呼ぶものである。 「ゲベール」(Geweer、標準ドイツ語の「ゲヴェーア (Gewehr) に該当」)とはオランダ語で「小銃」を意味するが、本来のオランダ語での発音は「ヘヴェール」に近い。 (ja)
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  • Gewehr est le mot allemand pour "fusil". On le rencontre dans le cadre de l'histoire militaire du XIXe et XXe siècle, dans les noms des fusils tels que le Gewehr 36, le Gewehr 41, le Gewehr 43, le Gewehr 71, le Gewehr 88, et le Gewehr 98. (fr)
  • ゲベール銃(ゲベールじゅう)とは前装式、滑腔銃身(ライフリングがない)、フリントロック式(燧石式)、またはパーカッションロック式(雷管式)の洋式小銃である。すなわち、マスケットと呼ばれるものと同一であるが、幕末日本では特にこう呼ぶものである。 「ゲベール」(Geweer、標準ドイツ語の「ゲヴェーア (Gewehr) に該当」)とはオランダ語で「小銃」を意味するが、本来のオランダ語での発音は「ヘヴェール」に近い。 (ja)
  • Gewehr is the German word for a rifle. Prior to the 1840s, rifled guns were not widespread, usually muzzle-loading and termed Büchse, as they are still in German hunting jargon today. Afterwards, Gewehr became the standard term for military-type rifles. The term "Gewehr" can be encountered in the context of 19th and 20th century military history for nonspecific rifles from German-speaking countries, e.g. in arms trade, in particular for types produced before German unification in 1871. Specific types, sorted chronologically from 1841 to 1997 and with designer given, are: (en)
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  • Gewehr (en)
  • Gewehr (fr)
  • ゲベール銃 (ja)
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