Here’s your chance to see 97 different Great War-era guns fired in a row (VIDEO)

From a Roth-Krnka 1907 pistol to a Vetterli 1870/87/15 bolt-gun with 95 others thrown in, this supercut delivers the World War I firepower in one feature-length clip.

In the above, Mae from C&Rsenal loads and runs a wide variety of handguns, rifles, shotguns and even an occasional anti-tank gun and light machine gun throughout the years as the channel has covered just under 100 firearms used by both sides in the 1914-1918 global conflict in 75 episodes.

There are some unusual weapons, such a Greek Mannlicher–Schönauer 1903/14 as well as more common Mausers, SMLEs and even a few Winchesters that also served, so you are in for a treat if you have an interest in old hardware or know that a Kaiser isn’t just a roll.

Pressed for time and can’t go 100 minutes worth of weapon manipulation right now? Check out the below compressed version, which goes more like 100 seconds.

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