Weapons collection

The weapons collection contains both firearms and edged weapons in use in Slovenia during the 20th century. A vast majority of the collection consists of small arms used during the World War's, and by the Yugoslav People's Army. Among the most numerous weapons of mass production, we can also find some unique items and various modifications from the partisan workshops, and objects with an interesting history. Larger objects include the US M3A3 Stuart tank and a collection of cannons, some of which are unique specimens in Slovenia.

Curators in charge: Marko Štepec, Marko Ličina

Dagger of the president of the provincial administration of the Ljubljana Province, Leon Rupnik, which he received on 10 August 1944.
Dagger of the president of the provincial administration of the Ljubljana Province, Leon Rupnik, which he received on 10 August 1944.
Detail of the Greek FN Model 1930 rifle used by Partisan Franc Selevšek during World War II.
Detail of the Greek FN Model 1930 rifle used by Partisan Franc Selevšek during World War II.
German 75 mm infantry cannon le IG 18 7.5 cm.
German 75 mm infantry cannon le IG 18 7.5 cm.
Austro-Hungarian Steyr M.1912 pistol.
Austro-Hungarian Steyr M.1912 pistol.