Mannlicher M1895

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Infanterie Repetier-Gewehr M.95
Gyalogsági Ismétlő Puska M95
(Infantry Repeating-Rifle M95)
Mannlicher M1895 from the Swedish Army Museum.jpg
Mannlicher M1895 Rifle. From the collections of the Swedish Army Museum.
JenisBolt-action rifle
Tempat asalAustria-Hungary
Sejarah perkhidmatan
Dalam perkhidmatan1895–1945
1895–1918 (Austria-Hungary)
Digunakan olehSee Users
PerangPemberontakan Yihetuan
Perang Balkan Pertama
Perang Balkan Kedua
Perang Dunia Pertama
Perang Saudara Rusia[1]
Austro-Slovene conflict in Carinthia
Revolutions and interventions in Hungary
Perang Soviet Poland
Austrian Civil War
Second Italo-Ethiopian War
Spanish Civil War[2]
Sudeten German uprising 1938
World War II
Greek Civil War[3]
1948 Arab–Israeli War[3]
Sejarah pengeluaran
PerekaFerdinand Mannlicher
Direka1895
Pengeluar1896–1918: Œ.W.G. in Steyr
1897–1918: F.G.GY. in Budapest
1918–1920: Zbrojovka Brno
Dihasilkan1896–1920
Jumlah dibinaapprox. 3,500,000[4]
AnekaSee Variants
Spesifikasi (M95 Long Rifle)
Berat3.78 kilogram (8.3 lb)
Panjang1,272 milimeter (50.1 in)
Panjang laras765 milimeter (30.1 in)

KartrijM95: 8×50mmR Mannlicher
M95/30 & 31.M: 8×56mmR
M95/24 & M95M: 8×57mm IS
AksiStraight-pull bolt action
Kadar tembakanapprox. 20–25 rounds/min
Halaju muncungM93 (8×50mmR): 620 m/s (2,000 ft/s)
M30 (8×56mmR): 720 m/s (2,400 ft/s)
Sistem suapan5-round en bloc clip (stripper clip in M95/24 and M95M), internal box magazine
PenglihatanRear V-notch flip-up sight and front post (telescopic sight on sniper variant)
Infanterie Repetier-Gewehr M.95

Gyalogsági Ismétlő Puska M95

(Infantry Repeating-Rifle M95)
Mannlicher M1895 Rifle. From the collections of the Swedish Army Museum.
Type Bolt-action rifle
Place of origin Austria-Hungary
Service history
In service 1895–1945

1895–1918 (Austria-Hungary)
Used by See Users
Wars Pemberontakan Yihetuan

Perang Balkan I

Perang Balkan Kedua

Perang Dunia Pertama

Perang Saudara Rusia[5]

Austro-Slovene conflict in Carinthia

Revolutions and interventions in Hungary

Polish-Soviet War

Austrian Civil War

Second Italo-Ethiopian War

Spanish Civil War[6]

Sudeten German uprising 1938

World War II

Greek Civil War[3]

1948 Arab–Israeli War[3]
Production history
Designer Ferdinand Mannlicher
Designed 1895
Manufacturer 1896–1918: Œ.W.G. in Steyr

1897–1918: F.G.GY. in Budapest

1918–1920: Zbrojovka Brno
Produced 1896–1920
<abbr title="<nowiki>Number</nowiki>">No. built approx. 3,500,000[4]
Variants See Variants
Specifications (M95 Long Rifle)
Mass 3.78 kilograms (8.3 lb)
Length 1,272 millimetres (50.1 in)
Barrel length 765 millimetres (30.1 in)

Cartridge M95: 8×50mmR Mannlicher

M95/30 & 31.M: 8×56mmR

M95/24 & M95M: 8×57mm IS
Action Straight-pull bolt action
Rate of fire approx. 20–25 rounds/min
Muzzle velocity M93 (8×50mmR): 620 m/s (2,000 ft/s)

M30 (8×56mmR): 720 m/s (2,400 ft/s)
Feed system 5-round en bloc clip (stripper clip in M95/24 and M95M), internal box magazine
Sights Rear V-notch flip-up sight and front post (telescopic sight on sniper variant)

Mannlicher M1895 ialah (Jerman:Infanterie Repetier-Gewehr M.95,Hungarian:Gyalogsági Ismétlő Puska M95;"Infartry Repeating-Rifle M95") ialah senapang bolt action Tarik Lurus,yang direka oleh Ferdinand Ritter von Mannlicher yang menggunakan versi halus bolt action tarik lurus revolusionernya,sama seperti Karbin Mannlincher M1890.

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