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1 The Grand Slam Bomb
Throughout modern history there has existed many famous bombs. However what do you know about the somewhat less famous, Grand Slam? There is a little bit of physics involved in the quiz, but nothing too severe. Enjoy!
Average
10 Q
jonnowales
Nov 17 09
486 plays
2 Armed and Dangerous
This quiz covers a variety of weapons and several centuries, with photos to help, if needed.
Average
10 Q
rossian
May 13 13
783 plays
3 Weaponry Through the Ages
Do you know what a falx is? How familiar are you with a zhanmadao? If you think you know all about weaponry, then this quiz is for you.
Average
10 Q
nmerr
Jun 03 13
345 plays
4 The Modern Infantryman's Arsenal
This quiz deals with small arms and other weapons available to the modern-day soldier.
Very Difficult
15 Q
Stillman
Jul 08 03
3618 plays
5 Artillery Science: The Sequel
My first artillery quiz was a bit difficult. I made this one a bit easier!
Average
10 Q
Carmek
Dec 06 06
1362 plays
6 Artillery Science
There's a lot of science in the field of artillery. Find out what you know!
Tough
10 Q
Carmek
Nov 15 06
870 plays
7 All About Equipment & Weaponry
Odd trivia about equipment & weaponry.. being a potpourri of odd information about firearms. Enjoy, but be careful, don't shoot your eye out.
Difficult
10 Q
clemmydog
Nov 25 08
777 plays
8 Nuclear Weapons 1
This is a quiz on the history, design and effects of nuclear weapons. No security clearance is required.
Very Difficult
10 Q
basesurge
Feb 02 09
1302 plays
9 Do You Know Your Anachronistic Weapons?
A quiz mostly about ancient and medieval arms, armour and those who used them.
Difficult
10 Q
durry
Feb 18 04
1302 plays
10 More About Equipment and Weaponry
More arcane questions about mostly firearms, both historic and modern. Good Luck,
Difficult
10 Q
clemmydog
Mar 22 10
417 plays
11 They Lived and Died by the Sword
Swords have been an important part of weaponry for thousands of years. Who used these swords? The descriptions should help.
Average
10 Q
nmerr
Jun 26 12
393 plays
12 Artillery of the World
The big guns that Stalin called "the gods of war".
Difficult
10 Q
experten45
Oct 25 02
1311 plays
13 Modern NATO Aircraft Ordnance
Please note - this quiz is about ordnance used by various NATO aircraft, not NATO standard ordnance.
Difficult
15 Q
jez_mcgad
Aug 20 03
714 plays
14 Firearms from Different Countries
This quiz is about firearms from different countries. You will be asked to identify the country of origin of ten of them.
Average
10 Q
marine190
Jan 18 12
570 plays
This is category 16990
Last Updated Nov 19 13 1:23 AM

Some sample questions from this category:

* This weapon was the only artillery piece not outlawed (for Germany) by the Versailles Treaty. Both Germany and Russia invested heavily in them.
* This howitzer mounted on the Sherman tank chassis was the best piece of self propelled artillery that the Western Allies had. Its nickname was the Priest because of the pulpit-shaped .50cal machinegun mount, what was it's designation?
* This British artillery piece was reliable and just the replacement the British were looking for after replacing their aging 12 pounders. Some Tommies had a knack for using it against German tanks at close range.
* During World War I the Germans were desperately short of medium artillery pieces, had even less ammo, so they developed a gun that would fire enemy ammo but the enemy couldn't fire its ammo. What was the caliber of the gun?
* The Russians used this gun for everything. It was a tank gun, artillery piece, and an anti-tank gun. What was the caliber of the gun?


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