List of Granzerian Army equipment in the Second Great War

List of equipment used by the Grozyar Királyi Honvédség Edit

Pistols Edit

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
K37P Semi-automatic pistol 9×17mm   Granzery   7-round detachable box magazine. Main service pistol during GWII.
Mintaz. 1889 Revolver Revolver pistol 9×17mm   Granzery   6-round cylinder. Limited service during the war.

Submachine guns Edit

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
Kt. Gep34 Submachine gun 9x25mm   Verdesa   32-round detachable box magazine. Limited Service.
Kt. Gep39 Submachine gun 9x25mm   Granzery   40-round detachable box magazine. Main service SMG before 1942. Limited Service after 1944.
Kt. Gep40 Submachine gun 9×19mm   Elesar
  Granzery
  30-round detachable box magazine. Domestically manufactured Elesarian MP 40. Used extensively throughout the course of the war due to lower manufacturing costs compared to domestic Submachine guns.
Kt. Gep42 Submachine gun 9×25mm   Granzery   40-round detachable box magazine. Main service sub machine gun from 1942-1944 but saw service until the end of the war.
Kt. Gep43 Submachine gun 9x19mm   Granzery   20 or 40-round detachable box magazine. Extensive service throughout the war with primarily airborne and tank crews who preferred the folding stock design compared to the Gep.44. Continued to see limited service until the 1960s.
Kt. Gep44 Submachine gun 9x19mm   Granzery   40-round detachable box magazine. Main service SMG from 1944 onwards Extensive service from 1945 to 1978.

Rifles Edit

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
Kt.Kar35 Bolt-action rifle 7.35×56mm   Granzery   5-round en bloc clip. Standard issue rifle of the Grozyar Army up to 1945. Multiple variants used.
Kt. 38AP Battle rifle 7.92×57mm   Zolevskoy
  Granzery
  10-round magazine. Limited use. A number of 7.35mm rifles were produced by Granzery after 1941.
TKb. 42 Assault rifle 7.35×42mm   Granzery   31-round detachable box magazine. Widespread service in all units after 1943.
TKb. 44 Assault Rifle 7.35×42mm   Granzery   31-round box magazine. Limited service from 1944, mass produced as main service rifle from 1945, continued to see service well into the 1970s by various nations.
TKb. 46 Assault Rifle 7.35×42mm   Granzery   30-round box magazine. Saw only limited service before the wars end.

Machine guns Edit

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
HM Arzenál G-26 Light machine gun 8x56mmR
7.35×56mm
  Granzery   30-round box magazine. Main service machinegun until 1942.
GP34 Light machine gun 7.35×56mm   Granzery   50 or 250-round non-disintegrating metallic-link belt or 50-round belt drum. Extensive service.
GP42 Light machine gun 7.35×56mm   Granzery   50 or 250-round non-disintegrating metallic-link belt or 50-round belt drum. Main general purpose machine gun from 1942.
HM Arzenál G08 Heavy machine gun 8.35×56mm   Granzery   250-round belts. Main general purpose machine gun until 1942.
HM Arzenál GP35 Heavy machine gun 12.7×81mm   Granzery   Belt fed. Main heavy infantry machine gun. Frequently deployed with a two-wheeled mounting or on vehicles.

Anti-tank weapons (besides anti-tank guns) Edit

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
Solothurn S-18/100 Anti-tank rifle 20×138mmB   Granzery   10 shot detachable box magazine.
GRkPM-43 Páncélecsap Rocket-propelled grenade launcher 149mm   Granzery   Single shot disposable anti tank rocket used extensively from 1943-1949.
GRkPM-45 Páncélrom Rocket-propelled grenade launcher 60mm   Granzery   Reuseable anti tank rocket launcher. Introduced in 1944 and saw extensive use.

Crew-served Weapons Edit

Artillery Edit

Name Type Cartridge Origin Photo Notes
8 cm 07M Field gun 80mm   Granzery   First great war era field gun, mostly phased out of service by 1944 but limited models remained in service for the duration of the war.
10 cm 14M Field gun 100mm   Granzery   Used throughout the war in limited capacity.
37M KGH Howitzer 105mm   Granzery   Extensive service throughout the war.
15 cm 14M Howitzer 150mm   Granzery  
30M 8 cm LégvÁgy-2 Anti-Air/Anti-Tank 80mm   Granzery   Anti air and anti tank, saw service throughout the war.
36M 4 cm LégvÁgy-1 Anti-Air/Anti-Tank 40mm   Granzery   Also used in an anti-air role.
GRkPM-44 Páncélvér Rocket-propelled grenade launcher 215mm   Granzery   Crew served anti tank rocket launcher. Introduced in 1944 and saw extensive use.

Light Tanks Edit

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
Pc.KTr.8 Magyar I Light tank ~15,659   Granzery   Continually upgraded troughout the course of the war.

Medium Tanks Edit

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
Pc.KTr.18 Sárközy Medium tank ~2,800   Granzery   Mostly phased out of service by 1941, remained in service as a light support tank and for reconnaissance/artillery spotting.
Pc.KTr.22 Sárközy II Medium tank ~7,000   Granzery   Mostly phased out of service by 1943, later variants remained in service until the end of the war.
Pc.KTr.24 Sárközy III Medium tank ~10,000   Granzery   The final upgrade to the Sárközy line of tanks, extensive service on all fronts.
Pc.KTr.27 Zsigmond Medium tank ~18,000   Granzery   Main service tank from 1941 to 1945, extensive service throughout the war, most produced Granzerian tank of the war.
Pc.KTr.37 Tas Medium tank ~11,000   Granzery   Extensive use. Produced from 1943 to the end of the war.
Ű-52 Szabványpáncél Main Battle tank ~3,000   Granzery   Limited service after 1947.

Heavy Tanks Edit

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
Pc.KTr. 68 Heavy tank ~3,350   Granzery   Produced from 1944-1949

Tank destroyers & Self-propelled guns Edit

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
Rohamlöveg 216 Assault gun ~9,100   Granzery   Produced from 1942 until the end of the war. Widespread use.
Ppsz 216 Tank Destroyer ~3,200   Granzery   Produced from 1942 until the end of the war. Widespread use, essentially a Rohamlöveg 216 armed with an 80mm gun rather than the Rohamlöveg's 105mm assault cannon.
Rohamlöveg 38 Tank destroyer
Assault gun
~5,500   Granzery   Produced from 1945 to the end of the war. Extensive use as an assault gun for infantry support and as a tank destroyer.
Rohamlöveg 68 Tank destroyer
Assault gun
~300   Granzery   Produced from 1945 to the end of the war. Heaviest tank destroyer to see service during the war.
SpKaJ.105 Self Propelled Anti Air Gun ~4,800   Granzery   Produced from 1941 until the end of the war. Widespread use.

Armoured cars Edit

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
Sp.Kfz. 595 Armoured car ~4,520   Granzery   Produced until the end of the war. Extensive service throughout the entire war. Used for scouting, reconnaissance and screening as well as anti-partisan operations.
Sp.Kfz. 105 Armoured car ~1,500   Elesar   Produced from 1943-1947. Widespread use.

Armoured personnel carriers Edit

Name Type Quantity Origin Photo Notes
Sp.Kfz. 781 Half-track armoured personnel carrier ~20,000   Elesar
  Granzery
  Produced from 1939-1947, license produced variant of the Elesarian (TBA). Used extensively throughout the war.
Sp.Kfz. 580 Half-track armoured personnel carrier ~6,000   Elesar
  Granzery
  Produced from 1941-1947, license produced variant of the Elesarian (TBA). Widespread use.