by the way you need a hair cut hippy.
This was all in OIF1. I just bought a scanner, so I'm able to post pics taken with disposable cameras. As for the manufacturer, most every weapon we found was Russian, but we also found a huge variety. If you notice in some of the pics, there are Lee-Enfields, Mausers, hell we found a US Gov't issue M1919A4 .30 cal MG with 2,000 rounds of AP .30-06 ammo. We also recovered a US gov't issue M1911A1 and I had a guy try to hand over a German-made MP5 with four-position Navy trigger group. He wasn't supposed to keep any SMGs, but I told him how much a gun like that was worth in the states and told him to take it home, oil it up, wrap it in wax paper, bury it, and don't even talk about it until the Americans leave Iraq. Us gun owners have to stick together, after all.
Funny you should call me a hippie, I'm just getting ready to go get a haircut. Be back later all.