Weapons Of Set Europe Ablaze

United States

Small Arms

Pistols:

M1917 (.45) - Revolver
Colt M1911A1 (.45) - Semi-Auto

The standard pistol of the United States Armed Forces for most of the 20th century.

Submachine Guns:

M1A1 Thompson (.45)

Well known in Hollywood as a weapon of choice for gangsters, the "Tommy Gun" here dispenses with the impressive looking but unwieldy drum magazine for a box one.

M3 Greasegun (.45)

Shotguns:
Winchester 1897 (12g)

Rifles:

M1903 (.30)
M1 Garand (.30) - Semi-Auto
M1 Carbine (.30) - Semi-Auto

Machineguns:

BAR (.30) - Can be fired from the hip
M1919 (.30)
M2 Browning (.50)

Special Weapons

Rocket Launchers:

Bazooka

Mortars:
M2 60mm
M1 81mm

Grenades:
Mk2 Pineapple
AN-M8 - Smoke Grenade
M9A1 Rifle Grenade

Flamethrowers:
M1A1

Great Britain

Small Arms

Pistols:
Enfield No. 2 Mk 1 (.38) - Revolver
Browning HP35 - Semi-Auto

Submachine Guns:

Sten (9mm)

Shotguns:
Browning Automatic (12g)

Rifles:
De Lisle Carbine (.45) - Semi-Auto
Lee-Enfield No. 4 (.303)
Boys Antitank Rifle (.55)

Machineguns:
Bren Gun (.303) - Can be fired from the hip
Vickers (.303)
Besa Mk III (7.92)

Special Weapons

Rocket Launchers:
PIAT

Mortars:
2" Mortar
3" Mortar

Grenades:
No. 23 MkII

Flamethrowers:
Lifebuoy

++Germany

+++Small Arms

++++Pistols:
Luger P08 (9mm) - Semi-Auto
Walther P38 (9mm) - Semi-Auto

Walther PPK (7.65) - Semi-Auto

Later to become James Bond's weapon of choice, the Polizeipistole Kriminalmodell was widely used as a service pistol in the Wehrmacht. Primary asset is the fact it can be concealed easily and is highly reliable.

Submachine Guns:
MP35 (9mm)
MP40 (9mm)

Rifles:

Kar 98K (7.92mm)
Karabiner_98k.jpg
(image uploaded to Wikipedia by "19th Century Firearms")

A bolt-action rifle, the Karabiner 98k was the primary service rifle of the Wehrmacht, seeing action and remaining in production right until the end of the war. A rather heavy and bulky weapon, it'll do the job and is probably best used a sniper rifle, of which a popular variant exists.

Gewehr 43 (7.92) - Semi-Auto
StG44 (7.92) - Auto

Machineguns:
MG34 (7.92) - Can be fired from the hip
MG42 (7.92) - Can be fired from the hip
FG42 (7.92) - Used by select Fallschirmjager (paratrooper) units

Special Weapons

Rocket Launchers:
Panzerfaust
Panzershrek

Mortars:
Granatwerfer 36
Granatwerfer 34

Grenades:
Stielhandgranate
Geballte Ladung
Gewehrgranaten - Rifle Grenade

Flamethrowers:
Flammenwerfer 41