Finland acquired 5 MG 42s in July 1943 for evaluation. Three were tested with front units. Finland decided to produce 4,000 MG 42s modified to fire 7.62×54mmR cartridges but only one modified prototype was ever made. , Russian Civil War Reproduction of weapons made of metal, also called replica weapons or movie props. Most have moving parts, removeable magazin etc. Here you find those common models like MG42, MG34, MP44, MP40, P08 Luger etc. but also really rare guns like the polish partisan MP Mors
In 1900, John Moses Browning filed a patent for a recoil-powered automatic gun. Browning did not work on the gun again until 1910, when he built a water-cooled prototype of the 1900 design. Although the gun worked well, Browning improved the design slightly. Browning replaced side ejection with bottom ejection, added a buffer for smoother operation, replaced the hammer with a two piece firing pin, and some other minor improvements.:173 The basic design of the gun was still the 1900 design. The M1917 Browning is featured prominently in the denouement of Sam Peckinpah's The Wild Bunch. MaschinenGewehr 42 Primary - MaschinenGewehr 34 Primary 17 Luger Secondary - P38 Secondary 30 C96 Secondary 39 W42 / Bowie / Dress Knife / Kabar / Spade / M33 Melee Colt 1911 U.S Army 55 30 30 Luger Wehrmacht 55 30 30 NM1895 Red Army 90 50 30 P38 Wehrmacht 55 30 30 SWM10 U.S Army 90 50 30 TT33 Red Army 55 30 3
Maschinengewehr 08 sau MG 08, a fost o mitralieră standard a Armatei Germane folosită în Primul Război Mondial, fiind o modificare a mitralierei Maxim originale, creată de Hiram Maxim în 1884. De-a lungul războiului s-au realizat diferite variante a acestei mitraliere, ea fiind folosită și în Al Doilea Război Mondial The Allied nations squad tactical doctrines of World War II centered on the rifleman, with the machine gun serving a support role, and they utilised weapons with cyclic fire rates of typically 450–600 rounds per minute. The American military had standardized a semi-automatic rifle in 1936 (the M1 Garand) that could be effectively fired more rapidly than the preceding bolt-action rifles. The Allied nations had machine guns with similar rates of fire, but mounted them almost exclusively in aircraft, where the fleeting opportunities for firing made such high rates necessary. The only similar Allied weapon was the Vickers K aircraft gun, and that was used by ground forces only in specialized circumstances. The MG 3 and its preceding variants all share a high level of parts interchangeability with the original MG 42. Like the MG 42, the MG3 cyclic rates of fire can be altered by exchanging the standard weight (about 650 g (22.93 oz)) bolt used for the standard 1,100–1,200 rounds per minute rate of fire for an extra weight (about 900 g (31.75 oz)) bolt for a reduced 800–950 rounds per minute rate of fire. Those bolts also are used along with different recoil springs. The Italian MG 42/59 licensed MG 3 variant produced by Beretta, Whitehead Motofides and Franchi since 1959, features an extremely heavy 1,200 g (42.33 oz) bolt which reduces the cyclic rate of fire to around 800 rounds per minute. Saturday, 22 August, 2009 Michael Duffy. In preparation for the Battle of the Somme, the British launched a seven-day artillery bombardment in which 1,500 guns fired 1.6 million rounds
This page is a list of multiple barrel firearms of all forms from around the world. Contents[show] Pistols Revolvers Shotguns Non-lethal weapons Underwater firearms Flare launchers Grenade launchers Rifles Assault rifles Battle rifles Submachine Guns Machine guns Cannons See also List of weapons.. Also seen are a German MG 34 (Maschinengewehr 34) machine gun, Colt M/29 heavy machine gun (built at Kongsberg våpenfabrik and used by the Norwegian troops from Lofoten near Narvik), military skis, winter warefare and mountaineering equipment, photos (from the commando raid on the Lofoten islands, etc.), German memorabilia, horse shoes, etc DECLARED SURPLUS BY YUGOSLAVIA IN 1990, DEACTIVATED IN 2000,ORIGINAL UK DEALER PRICE WAS £850, BUT PURCHASED IN SALE AT £450,THE HIGH PRICE OF THE 42 EXPLAINS WHY IT TOOK ME 10 YEARS FROM THEIR. Despite such improvements in longer-range artillery, there still remained a need to develop better short- and medium-range infantry support weapons. During the period from 1871 to the 1890s, a variety of new European- and American-designed manual machine guns were adopted by many European armies. Large numbers of Gatling guns were purchased from the United States and were used by Western European powers in colonial wars in Africa, India, and Asia. Twenty-five Gatling guns also saw active service in French hands during the Franco-Prussian war, in early 1871. They performed particularly well at an engagement at Le Mans in western France. Furthermore, the French armed services purchased, for their navy and eastern fortifications, a large number of manual, rapid fire 37 mm multi-barrel guns (so-called Hotchkiss "canon-revolvers") made in France after 1879 by the firm of American expatriate Benjamin B. Hotchkiss. By the 1890s however, European armies begun to retire their Gatling guns and other manual machine guns in favor of fully automatic machine guns, such as the Maxim gun, the Colt–Browning M1895, and, in 1897, the Hotchkiss machine gun. Such weapons became universal—and notorious—with the outbreak of the First World War in 1914. The USP (Universelle Selbstladepistole or "universal self-loading pistol") is a semi-automatic pistol developed in Germany
A fairly large number of the French Army's Reffye mitrailleuses (268 altogether) survived the Franco-Prussian War. An additional 122 Reffye mitrailleuses, which had been captured during the 1870–71 campaign, were all sold back to France by Germany through a London military surplus dealer in 1875. By 1885, many of the mitrailleuses in the overall remaining French inventory were designated to static point-defence duties, for the purpose of providing flanking fire in the moats of eastern French fortifications. The last surviving Reffye mitrailleuses were removed from several forts in eastern France as late as 1908 and scrapped. Albert Vickers became the company's chairman, and it later joined hands with a Swedish competitor, Nordenfelt, to become Maxim Nordenfelt Guns and Ammunition Company. The Post Office Directory of trades in London of 1895 lists its office at 32 Victoria Street SW (London) on page 1579. .50-cal. Browning machine gun—on land, on the sea and in the air—was a decisive arm for America's victory over Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan. And. The first Colt adopted the US was the model 1916 (Colt 1911) when an order of 1,000 arrived. A second order of 10,000 was interrupted by the war. In 1926 an order for 10,000 Colt 1911A1 (Colt model 1927) was made along with 926 Colt 1917 machine guns (Colt machine gun model 1928)
The French military became interested in the Christophe and Montigny mitrailleuse in 1863 and the French Army's Artillery Committee undertook an investigation into the possible adoption of the Belgian weapon. However it was decided to do otherwise and to create a proprietary mitrailleuse weapon by sole French industrial means. In May 1864, General Edmond Le Bœuf submitted a preliminary report entitled Note sur le Canon à balles to the Emperor Napoleon III. Full-scale manufacture began in September 1865, in great secrecy, under the leadership of Lieutenant-Colonel Verchère de Reffye (1821–1880). Assembly and some manufacturing took place at the workshops in Meudon but many parts came from the private industrial sector. Production was slow due to limited funding (the army had already spent much of its five-year budget on the Mle 1866 Chassepot rifle), forcing Napoleon III to pay for development and manufacture out of secret funds. The new weapon was thoroughly tested in 1868 at the military firing range at Satory, near Versailles, in conditions of great secrecy. Due to a fear of spies, test guns were concealed in tents while being fired at distant targets. The mitrailleuse performed mechanically with remarkable efficiency and much was expected of it in a combat situation. Day of Defeat: Source (2005) is a first-person shooter / online multiplayer game set in WWII. The game is, like Counter-Strike: Source a port of Day of Defeat to the Source engine. Unlike its predecessor, the player can only choose the American Soldiers for the Allies. There are two main game modes in Day of Defeat: Source: territorial control and detonation The German military kept issuing Karabiner 98k bolt-action rifles and did experiment with semi-automatic rifles throughout World War II. They fielded the Gewehr 41 series of which fewer than 150,000 were built, and the Gewehr 43/Karabiner 43 series of which 402,713 were built. They also introduced the first assault rifle in 1943 – the MP43 / MP44 / StG 44 series, producing 425,977 of these. But the Karabiner 98k was made in far greater numbers - over 14,600,000 - and due to the relatively limited production of the semi-automatic and assault rifles, the bolt-action Karabiner remained the primary service weapon until the last days of World War II, and was manufactured until the surrender in May 1945. The Maxim gun was a weapon invented by American-born British inventor Sir Hiram Stevens Maxim in 1884: it was the first recoil-operated machine gun in production. It has been called "the weapon most associated with the British imperial conquest", and likewise was used in colonial wars by other countries between 1886 and 1914.
The 530 millimeters (20.9 in) long barrel of the MG 42 could be quickly changed by the machine gun crew and weighed 1.75 kg (3.9 lb) including the locking piece. The barrels could have traditional rifling or polygonal rifling. Polygonal rifling was an outgrowth of a cold-hammer forging process developed by German engineers before World War II. The process addressed the need to produce more durable machine gun barrels in less time than those produced with traditional methods. Later produced barrel bores featured hard-chrome plating to make them more durable. The different versions meant that the service life of an MG 42 barrel varied between 3,500 and 8,000 rounds assuming the barrel was used according to regulation that prohibited rapid firing over 150 rounds. Excessive overheating caused by rapid firing about 500 rounds through a barrel resulted in unacceptable wear of the bore rendering the barrel useless. The method of barrel change made the MG 42 unsuitable for secondary or co-axial armament on World War II era German tanks with the exception of the Jagdpanzer IV. Early versions of the Jagdpanzer IV carried two standard (no modification made) MG 42s on both sides of the gun mantlet/glacis, firing through a ball slot which was protected by an armored cover (with the MG 42 retracted) when not in use. Later version Jagdpanzer IVs carried only one MG 42 on the left side. The MG 42 was adopted by several armed organizations after the war, and was both copied and built under licence. The MG 42's lineage continued past Nazi Germany's defeat, forming the basis for the nearly identical MG1 (MG 42/59), chambered in 7.62×51mm NATO, which subsequently evolved into the MG1A3, and later the Bundeswehr's MG 3, Italian MG 42/59 and Austrian MG 74. It also spawned the Yugoslav unlicensed nearly identical Zastava M53. The Army adopted the weapon as its principal heavy machine gun, utilizing the M1906 .30-06 cartridge with a 150-grain, flat-base bullet. Unfortunately, production was a problem. Several manufacturers started producing the gun, but they had to set up the assembly lines and tooling. By 30 June 1918, Westinghouse had made only 2,500 and Remington had made only 1,600. By the time of the Armistice, Westinghouse had made 30,150, Remington 12,000, and Colt 600.:179 The distinctive sound caused by the high cyclic firing rate gave rise to the nickname "Hitler's buzzsaw" and the German soldiers' Hitlersäge, Singende Säge, Knochensäge or elektrisches MG ("Hitler's saw", "Singing saw", "Bone saw" or "electric machine gun"). The gun (like the MG 34) was sometimes called "Spandau" by British troops, a traditional generic term for all German machine guns, left over from the famous Allied nickname for the MG 08 Maxim-derivative used by German forces during World War I and derived from its manufacturer's plates noting the city of Spandau where some were produced. Brazilian expeditionary soldiers fighting in Italy used to refer to MG 42 as Lourdinha; this nickname is due to the fact that the bride of one of the soldiers, named Maria de Lourdes, was a seamstress and the sound of MG 42 was similar to the sound of her sewing machine (Lourdinha is a common nickname in Brazil for women called Maria de Lourdes). The Browning is a water-cooled heavy machine gun, though some experimental versions were made that did not use a water jacket; the air-cooled M1919 was later developed as a medium machine gun. Unlike many other early machine guns, the M1917 had nothing to do with Maxim's toggle lock design. At 47 pounds (21 kg),[clarification needed] it was much lighter than contemporary Maxim type guns such as the first 137-pound (62 kg) German Maschinengewehr 08 (08/15 model: 43 lb (20 kg) and the British Vickers machine gun, while still being highly reliable. The only similarities with the Maxim or Vickers are the principles of recoil operation, T-slot breechblock, "pull-out" belt feed, water cooling, and forward ejection. Its sliding-block locking mechanism saved weight and complexity, and was used in many previous Browning designs. The belt fed left-to-right, and the cartridges were stacked closer together than Maxim/Vickers (patterns copied by most guns later).
The Colt AR-15 is a lightweight, 5.56×45mm, magazine-fed, air-cooled semi-automatic, gas-operated rifle with a rotating bolt. It was designed to be manufactured with the extensive use of aluminum alloys andIn summary, the Reffye mitrailleuse was rarely used to deliver sweeping fire at close range like modern machine guns. The mitrailleuse six-gun batteries had been designed to deliver fire on targets too distant to be reached with Chassepot infantry rifles or artillery grapeshot. To fulfill this role, at least during the early weeks of the campaign, the mitrailleuses were deployed together with the older "Napoleon" muzzle loaded field guns ("canon obusier de 12") used by the French Army during the Franco-Prussian War. The mitrailleuse crews are on record of having generally objected to being placed in proximity to regular artillery batteries . Mitraliera Colt-Browning, model 1895 a fost o armă de infanterie de calibrul 7,62 mm, din categoria mitralierelor.Arma a fost dezvoltată pe baza proiectului aparținând lui John și Matthew S. Browning, din anul 1889, fiind prima armă bazată pe principiul recuperării energiei gazelor arse, intrată in serviciul forțelor armate The optimum operating crew of an MG 42 in its medium machine gun role was six men: the squad leader, the machine gunner who carried and fired the gun, the assistant gunner/loader who carried the tripod, and three riflemen who carried ammunition, spare barrels, entrenching tools, and other items. . Under field conditions, the bottom plates, which were dovetailed into the gun's two side plates, tore out. An early fix was to attach a roughly horseshoe-shaped steel bracket around the rearmost part of the receiver. A later fix was to rivet "stirrups" (right-angled steel pieces) to the bottom and side plates. The stirrup fix became the standard reinforcement until a more permanent fix for the problem was developed. Another reported problem was bulging in the side plates, which was probably caused by stresses put into the side plates when hammering the dovetails closed. The 1917 also had a simple sliding safety that blocked the trigger when moved to the far right position. These were removed as part of post-war refurbishment.
Maxim established the Maxim Gun Company with financing from Albert Vickers [la], son of steel entrepreneur Edward Vickers. A blue plaque on the Factory where Maxim invented and produced the gun is to be found in Hatton Garden at the junction with Clerkenwell Road in London. A total of 215 mitrailleuses and five million rounds of ammunition had been manufactured by July 1870, but only 190 were operational and available for field service when war with Prussia broke out. There are a total of [ 96 ] Nazi Germany Small Arms List (Current and Former Types) entries in the Military Factory. Entries are listed by initial year of service descending. Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily primary operator The manufacture of the mitrailleuse and its ammunition was resumed under the direction of De Reffye in the coastal city of Nantes in western France. An additional 122 mitrailleuses were manufactured in Nantes to replace the nearly 200 mitrailleuses that had already been destroyed or captured. There are a total of [ 116 ] Vietnam War Guns (1955-1975). entries in the Military Factory.. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator
The AK-74 (Russian: Автомат Калашникова образца 1974 года or "Kalashnikov automatic rifle model 1974") is an assault rifle developed in the early 1970s by Russian designer Mikhail Kalashnikov as the Chodorow, Maschinengewehr für Fliegerabwehr nächst Bahnhof. (BildID 15729507).jpg 1,680 × 1,142; 974 KB Colt-Browning Machine Gun, Model 1895 and Maxim Machine Gun, Model 1904 IMG 2690.jpg 650 × 488; 70 K Tags: schwarzlose machinengewehr m 07 12, colt browning m 1895 14, mauser c96, second boer war, bergmann m 1910 21, mannlicher model 1901, borchardt c 93, luger parabellum, volcanic lever action pistol, wild west, pioneer wagon, remington model 1875, remington army revolver, m1879 reichsrevolver, colt model 1851 navy, percussion revolver, tranter revolver 3rd model, william tranter, double.
ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MACHINE GUNS GATLING WW1 WW2 VIETNAM MODERN GPMG . SOFTBOUND BOOK by WILL FOWLER & PATRICK SWEENEY. A HISTORY AND DIRECTORY OF MACHINE GUNS FROM THE 19 th CENTURY TO THE PRESENT DAY SHOWN IN 220 PHOTOGRAPHS. This book offers a history and directory of machine guns from the 19th century to the present day, shown in 220 photographs . In Slovenian, Croatian and Serbian it is mitraljez, and in Albanian a machine gun is referred to as mitraloz. In Greek, mydraliovolo (μυδραλιοβόλο) is a—now somewhat archaic—term for a machine gun.
The term is also used in Norwegian. Although spelled slightly differently as mitraljøse, the pronunciation is similar. In Norway, the term nowadays is used to refer to a machine gun (the MG3, labeled as mitr-3, to be specific) mounted on a tripod. This is similar to the German term Schweres Maschinengewehr, which refers to a regular machine gun mounted on a tripod (since the introduction of General purpose machine guns). The SIG Sauer P226 is a full-sized, service-type pistol made by SIG Sauer. It is chambered for the 9×19mm Parabellum, .40 S&W, .357 SIG, and .22 Long Rifle. It isA mitrailleuse (French pronunciation: [mitʁajøz]; from French mitraille, "grapeshot") is a type of volley gun with barrels of rifle calibre that can fire either rounds at once or in rapid succession. The earliest true mitrailleuse was invented in 1851 by Belgian Army captain Fafschamps, ten years before the advent of the Gatling gun. It was followed by the Belgian Montigny mitrailleuse in 1863. Then the French 25 barrel "Canon à Balles", better known as the Reffye mitrailleuse, was adopted in great secrecy in 1866. It became the first rapid-firing weapon deployed as standard equipment by any army in a major conflict when it was used during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870–71.
The Colt AR-15 is a lightweight, 5.56×45mm, magazine-fed, air-cooled semi-automatic, gas-operated rifle with a rotating bolt. Guns Manuals. Pistols, Revolvers, Shotguns, Rifles and more.. The Maschinengewehr 34, or MG 34, is a German recoil-operated . Colt Walker . The Colt Walker, sometimes known as the Walker Colt, was a single. MG.42 (Maschinengewehr 42, broń znana również jako Piła Hitlera lub Szybka Szpryca) to niemiecki uniwersalny karabin maszynowy skonstruowany jako następca uniwersalnego karabinu maszynowego. In Yugoslavia this MG 42 variant was built at the state-owned Zavodi Crvena Zastava company as the M53 machine gun using original German machinery, retaining the 7.92×57mm Mauser chambering. By doing so, the Yugoslavs retained the original weapon's design features, making the M53 a near exact copy of the German MG 42. The only major differences were a slower 950 rounds per minute cyclic rate of fire and no anti-aircraft sight mount. The aiming range of the M53 is 2,000 m (2,187 yd), and the terminal range of the bullet is 5,000 m (5,468 yd), the same as the MG 42. MG 42s captured in Yugoslavia at the end of World War II were put into reserve of Yugoslav People's Army as M53/42s. The last military use of M53s in Yugoslavia was in 1999. Some quantities of M53s were exported to Iraq in the 1980s and saw extensive action during both Gulf wars. The M53 was known under the nickname Шарац (Šarac). Norwegian designation for the Colt MG 38 (mentioned in the following section) in 7,92 × 61 mm [no]:65, used as the standard heavy machine gun and anti-aircraft weapon for the Norwegian Army from 1929 to 1940. The M/29 replaced the Hotchkiss M1914 machine gun in Norwegian service. In all, 1,800 M/29s were in Norwegian service by the time of the 9 April 1940 German invasion. The M/29 saw service in the 1940 Norwegian Campaign, often deployed as the only heavy weapon of Norwegian front line units.
National and military authorities were reluctant to adopt the weapon, and Maxim's company initially had some trouble convincing European governments of the weapon's efficiency. Soldiers generally held a great mistrust of machine guns due to their tendency to jam. In the 1906 version of his book Small Wars, Charles Callwell says of machine guns: "The older forms are not suitable as a rule... they jammed at Ulundi, they jammed at Dogali, they jammed at Abu Klea and Tofrek, in some cases with unfortunate results." However, the Maxim was far more reliable than its contemporaries. A more immediate problem was that, initially, its position was easily given away by the clouds of smoke that the gun produced (although the same was true of artillery pieces and units of troops that the machine gun was intended to replace or supplement, so this wasn't viewed as a particular drawback by the early users). The advent of smokeless powder (developed by, among others, Hiram's brother Hudson Maxim), helped to change this. Kongsberg Colt.45 Leichtes Maschinengewehr 102(n) Maskingevear M/14: 6.5 mm Leichtes Maschinengewehr 103(n) Maskingevear M/22: 6.5 mm Schweres Maschinengewehr 201(n) Mitralose m/98: 6.5 mm Schweres Maschinengewehr 240(n) Mitralose m/98 T: 7.9 mm Schweres Maschinengewehr 245/1(n Browning 1919A4 Machinegun, Bren Gun MK 1, Russia Degtyaryov DP 28 LMG, German Maschinengewehr 42 MG42, Finland KP44 Submachinegun, German Maschinengewehr MG 08/15, M60 Machine Gun +54 Warpath Military Collectibles added 57 new photos to the album: INERT Machine Gun Collection — at Warpath Military Collectibles Trials demonstrated that the Maxim could fire 600 rounds per minute. Compared to modern machine guns, the Maxim was heavy, bulky, and awkward. A lone soldier could fire the weapon, but it was usually operated by a team of men, usually 4 to 6. Apart from the gunner, other crew were needed to speed reload, spot targets, and carry and ready ammunition and water. Several men were needed to move or mount the heavy weapon.
On the whole, the German inventory of World War 2 largely mimicked that of competing nations and included rifles, automatic weapons, mortars and hand grenades. There are a total of 96 WW2 German Guns (1939-1945) in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not. Replica Plans that have the option of conversion to Airsoft (Plastic BB Guns) are available only on the condition that the recipient complies with all local laws. It is the sole responsibility of the builder of any Air Rifle Plans available from Replica Plans.com, to ensure that all local laws are followed and adhered to The Barrett M82, standardized by the US Military as the M107, is a recoil-operated, semi-automatic sniper rifle developed by the American Barrett Firearms Manufacturing company. It is used by many
The Uzi is a family of Israeli open-bolt, blowback-operated submachine guns. Smaller variants are considered to be machine pistols. The Uzi was one of the first weapons to use aThe mitrailleuse's dependence on manual loading meant that its firing rate depended greatly on the skill of its operators. A skillfully manned Reffye mitrailleuse could sustain four volleys (100 rounds) per minute in ordinary operation and reach five volleys (125 rounds) per minute during emergencies. The rapidity of discharge of each individual volley (25 rounds) was controlled by the gunner's action on a small manual crank on the right side of the breech. The weapon's 25 barrels were not discharged all at once, but in rapid succession. Because it was so heavy (1,500 lbs), the Reffye mitrailleuse did not recoil during firing and thus did not need to be re-sighted on its target after each volley. This essential absence of recoil during firings was promoted by Reffye as a considerable advantage over conventional field artillery. Each regular battery of Reffye mitrailleuses lined up six guns firing together, more or less side by side. The M1917 saw limited service in the later days of World War I. Because of production delays, only about 1,200 Model 1917s saw combat in the conflict, and then only in the last 2½ months of the war. Some arrived too late for combat service. For example, the 6th Machine Gun Battalion, fighting as part of the Second Division did not exchange their Hotchkiss M1914 machine guns for Browning M1917 machine guns until 14 November, three days after the armistice. The U.S. equipped about a third of the divisions sent to France; the others were equipped equally with Hotchkiss machine guns bought from the French or the British Vickers machine guns built by Colt in the US. Where the Model 1917 did see action, its rate of fire and reliability were highly effective.:68 The M1917 weapon system was inferior to the Vickers and Hotchkiss guns in indirect fire applications because the British and French cartridges had about 50 percent longer range than the .30-06 service cartridge used in World War I. Medal of Honor: Allied Assault (2002) Colt M1911A1 . The main sidearm used for all US Forces is the Colt M1911A1 pistol. It is the standard pistol for US forces in multiplayer. Maschinengewehr 42 - 7.92x57mm Mauser. An emplaced MG42 in-game. The same MG42, as seen from a different angle. Breda Modello 30 Comparing the fire of the Mitrailleuse to that of the rifle is misunderstanding the role of the Mitrailleuse. This weapon must begin to fire with effectiveness only at ranges where the rifle no longer carries. It must, for the great ranges of 1000 to 2500 metres compensate the insufficiency of grapeshot.
The Heckler & Koch MP5 (from German: Maschinenpistole 5, meaning Submachine gun 5) is a 9mm submachine gun of German design, developed in the 1960s by a team of engineersMaxim's first patents related to the development of the Maxim were registered in June and July 1883. The first prototype was demonstrated to invited guests in October 1884. Item Player damage Zombie damage Range Ammo Slot; Tank Cannon: 200: 200: 14: 1: Primary: Rocket Launcher: 200: 200: 12: 1: Primar In dieser Animation werden AR-15-Derivate - insbesondere das Sturmgewehr M16 - im Detail erklärt. Halbautomatik und Automatik werden ebenso besprochen wie Feuerscheindämpfer und Gewehrpatronen
The German tactical doctrine of the era based a squad's firepower on the general-purpose machine gun in the light machine gun role so that the role of the rifleman was largely to carry ammunition and provide covering fire for the machine gunners. The advantage of the general purpose machine gun concept was that it added greatly to the overall volume of fire that could be put out by a squad-sized unit. This meant that German forces deployed far more machine guns per equivalent-sized unit than the Allies, and that Allied troops assaulting a German position almost invariably faced the firepower of the MG 42. It was possible for operating crews to lay down a non-stop barrage of fire, pausing only when the barrel had to be replaced. This allowed the MG 42 to tie up significantly larger numbers of enemy troops. The Americans and the British trained their troops to take cover from the fire of an MG 42, and assault the position during the small time window of barrel replacement, which took around 4 to 7 seconds (estimated). The 1911 Magazine is a Uncommon Magazine Attachment in Unturned 3.It holds 7 rounds, takes up 1 slot in the inventory and it is currently used by the 1911.. Acquirement: 1911 Magazines can be found in most civilian areas.. Analysis: 1911 Magazines only take up a single slot, making efficient when carrying in huge quantities. Its high spawn chances allows players with the 1911 to have as many. Contents[show] Purpose The purpose of these lists are three fold: Provide a list of German designations for foreign firearms. Correlate German weapons designations with their associated wiki pages. Provide a reference for captured foreign firearms in German service during WWII. Background Before the war began the German armed forces Heereswaffenamt compiled a list of known foreign equipment. Unturned Items is a complete, searchable list of all current item IDs, weapon IDs, vehicle IDs, and helicopter IDs in Unturned. This site is actively maintained and updated with all new item IDs every week
The different variants of the mitrailleuse concept were distinguished by their number of barrels and their different calibers, as the following table summarizes. The first "mitrailleuse" was a manually fired 50-barrel volley gun. It was developed in Belgium in 1851 by Belgian Army Captain Fafschamps, who made a rough prototype and drawings of his invention. The system was improved during the 1850s by Louis Christophe and the Belgian engineer Joseph Montigny, with the completion of the 37-barrel Montigny mitrailleuse in 1863. From 1859, Joseph Montigny proposed his design to Napoleon III, which led to the development of the French Reffye mitrailleuse, which was designed by Jean-Baptiste Verchère de Reffye in collaboration with Montigny, and which was adopted by the French Army in 1865. Initially kept under wraps as a secret weapon, it was widely used in battle by French artillery during the Franco-Prussian War (1870–71). Smaller numbers of other designs, including the Gatling gun, were also purchased by the French government during the latter part of that conflict. The Reffye model had initially been built in small numbers and in secrecy: only about 200 were available at the beginning of the conflict. This also kept regular French field artillery in a neglected position in the eyes of French emperor Napoleon III, with dire consequences during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870–71. The Matrix Full Metal MG42 Airsoft AEG Machine Gun is the first of its kind: a true 1:1 AEG MG42 replica. This gun is a must have for any WWII enthusiast or collector due to its level of detail. Though it may feature the level of detail a collector would want, it is far from a weak replica that can only sit on the shelf
The Maxim gun was a weapon invented by American-born British inventor Sir Hiram Stevens Maxim in 1884: it was the first recoil-operated machine gun in production. It has been called the weapon most associated with the British imperial conquest,  and likewise was used in colonial wars by other countries between 1886 and 1914 God made Humans & Youkai, Colt made them equal, and Haber/Shirō made them civilized, but as I know it Gensokyo's humans have intentionally abandoned much useful modern technology (and modern secularism-rationalism) to live in a Youkai-infested paradise. Calling ze maschinengewehr zweiundvierzig the margatroid is very, very, very. Most variants of the mitrailleuse were mounted on an artillery-style carriage. This made them heavy and cumbersome to handle on the battlefield, with gun and carriage weighing up to 900 kg (2,000 lb). Following their campaign against Arabi Pasha in Egypt during 1882, the British recorded having seized several mitrailleuses. None of these seemed to have been used in combat.
In 1895, the Imperial Japanese Army purchased a number of Maxims but later decided to standardize on the Hotchkiss machine gun. The Imperial Russian Army likewise purchased 58 Maxim machine guns in 1899 and contracted with Vickers in 1902 to manufacture the design in Russia, although manufacturing did not start until 1910. During the Russo-Japanese War of 1904–1906, the Russian Army employed the Maxim in combat and placed a rush order for another 450 units from overseas suppliers, which were mostly delivered to front-line troops before the end of the war. The Swiss MG 51 or 7.5 mm Maschinengewehr 1951 was based on the design of the MG 42 chambered for 7.5×55mm Swiss GP 11. The final design, which appeared in 1950, was in most respects still similar to the MG 42, although many components were produced by machining instead of stamping, which increased the weight, the stability and the production costs of the machine gun. To prevent short shots Waffenfabrik Bern changed the locking system from roller to flapper locking. These locking methods are similar in concept. The resulting weapon had a cyclic rate of fire of 1,000 rounds per minute, was in the light machine gun role 4.4 kg (9.70 lb) heavier than the German MG 42, and much more finely made and finished.
A steel block containing twenty-five 13 mm (.51 calibre) centre-fire cartridges was locked against the breech before firing. With the rotation of a crank, the 25 rounds were discharged in rapid succession. The sustainable firing rate of the Reffye mitrailleuse was 100 rounds per minute and its maximum range was about 2,000 yd (1,829 m); a distance which placed their batteries beyond the reach of Prussian Dreyse needle rifle fire. Reffye mitrailleuses were deployed in six gun batteries and were manned by gunners as a form of special artillery. maschinengewehr 08 mg 08 15, colt browning m 1895 14, mauser c96, second boer war, bergmann m 1910 21, mannlicher model 1901, borchardt c 93, luger parabellum, volcanic lever action pistol, wild west, pioneer wagon, remington model 1875, remington army revolver, m1879 reichsrevolver, colt model 1851 navy, percussion revolver, tranter revolver.
Aug 10, 2017 - United States Property marked Colt Model 1917 U.S. Army DA revolver, .45 cal., 5-1/2 barrel, blu Maschinengewehr Monday / MG3. Close. 1.3k. Posted by. Actually Only Somewhat Interested in Dicks. 1 month ago. Maschinengewehr Monday / MG3. 133 comments. share. save hide report. My inherited pair of 1922 and 1937 Colt pocket hammerless pistols with engraving by master Bill Johns. 4.5k. 124 comments. share. save hide report. 3.3k Designed to be low-cost and easy to build, the MG 42 proved to be highly reliable and easy to operate. It is most notable for its very high cyclic rate for a gun using full power service cartridges, averaging about 1,200 rounds per minute compared to around 850 for the MG 34, and perhaps 450 to 600 for other common machine guns like the M1919 Browning or Bren. This ability made it extremely effective in providing suppressive fire, and its unique sound led to it being nicknamed "Hitler's buzzsaw". The original MG 42 roller-locked action had an undesirable tendency to exhibit bolt-bounce. It was possible to unintentionally have high gas pressure in the MG 42 when the action was not fully locked. This causes unacceptable dangerous conditions. After investigation the rollers in the bolt were found to "bounce" back and forth as the bolt locked up. Once the problem was identified, the temporary solution was to design and manufacture ammunition with primers with a slightly slower ignition time which allowed the rollers to settle into lockup and issue that ammunition specifically for MG 42 use.. A more practical solution to control the harmonics problem in the roller/wedge system and make the MG 42 less ammunition ignition timing sensitive was needed. The roller-locking system inherent problem was solved by developing and adding bolt-bounce preventing bolt catches to the action. Although innovative and capable of good ballistic performance, the Reffye mitrailleuse was a tactical failure because its basic concept and operational use were flawed. Only 210 Reffye mitrailleuses were in existence at the beginning of the Franco-Prussian War in 1870. Their field use was discontinued by the French Army after 1871. After the Gatling gun was replaced in service by newer recoil- or gas-operated weapons, multi-barrelled weapons fell into disuse for many decades. Some examples were developed during the interwar years but only as prototypes or were rarely used. The word mitrailleuse became the generic term for a machine gun in the French language because of its early appearance in the field of weapons, although the mitrailleuse was manually operated.
Maschinengewehr 42 - MG 42 Machine Gun. Plans to build a 1:1 scale replica of the German World War 2 machine gun known as the MG42 or Maschinengewehr 42 (Machine Gun 42) The plans set includes 14 full sized plans on A1, A2 and A3 sized pages Air-cooled aircraft version of the M1917. Developed during the First World War, the M1918 arrived too late, but became the dominant weapon of its type in US service until the development of the M1919. It features a heavier barrel, but lighter barrel jacket as compared to the M1917. A sub-variant, the M1918M1, was developed as a flexible version of the fixed M1918.:28-29
In September of 1926, the Mexican military, at first just under General Miguel Pina, made preparations to use the mitrailleuse against the Yaqui people in Sonora, then led by their military chief Luis Matus (Matius in some later accounts), and his lieutenant, Albin Cochemea. The 1st, 8th, and 18th infantry battalions prepared to bring a more modern state of warfare against the indigenous inhabitants of Vicam and other Yaqui pueblos along the river. By October 5th, after intense fighting, the remaining Yaqui soldiers had retreated to the mountains above the river, and the Mexican forces decided to mount a vast offensive against them. More than 12,000 Mexican Federal troops, under the command of General Obregon, General Abundio-Gomez, and General Manzo, directed the operations against the remaining Yaqui forces, using munitions that included 8mm mitrailleuse, and aeroplanes carrying gas asphyxiants. Luc Guillou & Erik DuPont Available May 2020. The German MG (Maschinengewehr) 34, along with the later-war MG 42, was a recoil-operated, air-cooled machine gu For newer shooters, deciding on a firearm can be very overwhelming. Especially since the industry is constantly putting out something new. It's almost like cell phones, as soon as one gun comes out, not long after there's a newer gun. Couple that with the gun community consisting of very passionate fanboys and now you have multiple opinions.
The UMP (Universale Maschinenpistole, German for "Universal Submachine Gun") is a submachine gun developed and manufactured by Heckler & Koch. The UMP has been adopted by various agencies such asThe Reffye mitrailleuse used a 13 mm (.512 inch) centerfire cartridge, designed by Gaupillat, which represented the state of the art in ammunition design at the time. It was rather similar to an elongated modern shotgun shell: centerfire with a rimmed brass head and a dark blue hardened cardboard body. The 770-grain (50 g), 13 mm (0.512 inch) patched bullet was propelled by 185 grains (12 grams) of compressed black powder at a muzzle velocity of 1,560 ft/s (480 m/s), three and a half times more powerful than Chassepot or Dreyse rifle ammunition. This was, by far, the most potent rifle caliber ammunition in existence at the time. The Montigny and Reffye mitrailleuse systems were not designed to function with paper cartridges such as the 11 mm Chassepot combustible paper cartridge.
The Army Ordnance Department showed little interest in machine guns until war was declared in April 1917. At that time, the U.S. arsenal included only 1,100 machine guns, and most of those were outmoded.:173-174 The government asked several designers to submit weapons. Browning arranged a test at the Springfield Armory in May 1917.:176 In the first test, the weapon fired 20,000 rounds with only a few malfunctions mostly related to poorly loaded cloth belts. The reliability was exceptional, so Browning fired another 20,000 rounds through the weapon with one broken part: a broken sear at about 39,500. The Ordnance Board was impressed, but was unconvinced that the same level of performance could be achieved in a production model. Consequently, Browning used a second gun that not only duplicated the original trial, but it also fired continuously for 48 minutes and 12 seconds (over 21,000 rounds).:176-177 The MG 42 (shortened from German: Maschinengewehr 42, or machine gun 42) is a 7.92×57mm Mauser general-purpose machine gun designed in Nazi Germany and used extensively by the Wehrmacht and the Waffen-SS during the second half of World War II.Entering production in 1942, it was intended to supplement and replace the earlier MG 34, which was more expensive and took much longer to produce.
The FN Five-seven, trademarked as the Five-seveN, is a semi-automatic pistol designed and manufactured by #N#British World War II Replica Guns. #N#Soviet World War II Replica Guns. #N#World War II Framed Sets. Contains 0 Items(Total: $00.00) Checkout It also saw use during the Russian Civil War, which followed the Revolution in 1917. A picture of the period depicts a Maxim gun mounted on a tachanka, a horse-drawn carriage, along with the gunner, firing backwards at a pursuing White Army regiment. Anarchists attribute this mobile setup to Nestor Makhno.
10 models, consisting of fully animated dismountable parts: - Flintlock carabine. - Detonating duelling pistol. - Cap and ball Colt revolver. - Berdan infantry rifle, model of 1870. - Mosin-Nagant rifle, model of 1891, used in ww1. - Maxim machine gun, model of 1905. - Fedorov automatic rifle, model of 1915. - Maxim-Tokarev light machine gun, model of 1925. - Shpagin submachine gun, model of. The modifications to the basic MG 42 design include an extra heavy bolt (950 g (33.51 oz) vs. the 675 g (23.81 oz) MG 3 bolt) which reduces the cyclic rate of fire to around 850 rounds per minute. Rate of fire can be varied up to cyclic rate of fire to around 1,150 rounds per minute, if necessary, by changing the bolt and recoil spring. In addition, a select fire trigger group was added to allow semi-automatic fire (single shot) compared to the traditional fully automatic only fire capability of the original MG 42 design. The MG 74 also has a modern polymer stock and handgrips to save weight. Usually colored a dark green, adjustable rear sight (35° horizontal, vertical 15°) and additional anti-aircraft sight can be mounted optional. Until the start of World War I, the Army had used a variety of older machine guns, like the M1895 Colt–Browning machine gun "Potato Digger" (which Browning had also designed) and weapons like the Maxim Gun, the Benet–Mercie M1909, and the Hotchkiss M1914 machine gun.:6-7 Although the Model 1917 was intended to be the principal US Army heavy machine gun in the war, the Army was, in fact, forced to purchase many foreign weapons—the French-produced Hotchkiss 8 mm machine gun was actually the most common heavy machine gun used by the American Expeditionary Force. The MG 42 (shortened from German: Maschinengewehr 42, or machine gun 42) was a 7.9mm general purpose machine gun that was developed in Nazi Germany and entered service with the Wehrmacht in 1942. It supplemented, and, in some instances, replaced the MG 34 general-purpose machine gun in all branches of the German Armed Forces, though both.
A simplified, air-cooled version of the weapon, the Model 1919, was adopted after World War I and saw action in World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, and the Congo crisis. America's war for humanity related in story and picture, embracing a complete history of Cuba's struggle for liberty, and the glorious heroism of America's soldiers and sailors (1898) (14591354189).jpg 2,384 × 1,562; 1.08 M The Colt is a spawnable gun item in Unturned. It does 24 damage to other players and 99 damage to zombies Colt .45 Double Action Revolver 1909 Model - Inert Replica . Plans to build a non-firing 1:1 scale replica of the famous Army Issue Colt .45 Double Action Revolver from 1909. The Colt .45 DA revolver is 10.8 inches long and 2 pounds 7 ounces in weight. The barrel is 5.5 inch in length and bore diameter of 0.455 inch Története. Az első Webley által gyártott revolvert 1887-ben rendszeresítették a brit hadseregben és haditengerészetnél.A revolver csöve a dobbal együtt előre lebillenthető, ilyenkor az ejektor automatikusan kilöki az elhasznált töltényhüvelyeket, ami után a töltés kézzel elvégezhető. A szolgálati fegyverek a Mark V-ig 4-es csővel készültek, a Mark VI-ost már 6.
The Special Operations Forces Combat Assault Rifle (SCAR) is a gas-operated (short-stroke gas piston) self-loading rifle with a rotating bolt and a firing rate of 625 rounds/min. It is constructed to be extremelyThe first unit in the world to receive the Maxim was the Wissmann force which was sent in 1888 by the German Empire to East Africa to put down the Abushiri Revolt. Wissmann was issued one of the first Maxim guns which had reached Germany and used it successfully in his attack on Pangani. The Eaglefire is a Rare Ranged Weapon in Unturned 3. The Eaglefire uses Military Magazines, Military Drums, Military Fragmentation Magazines, Military Tracer Magazines, Chimera Magazines, and Swissgewehr Magazines; which can hold 30, 100, 20, 20, 20, and 20 rounds respectively. It has the Eaglefire Iron Sights pre-attached by default, and the weapon takes up 8 slots in the inventory. The M1917 Browning machine gun is a heavy machine gun used by the United States armed forces in World War I, World War II, and Korea; it has also been used by other nations.It was a crew-served, belt-fed, water-cooled machine gun that served alongside the much lighter air-cooled Browning M1919.It was used at the battalion level, and often mounted on vehicles (such as a jeep)
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Finally, the company was absorbed into the mother Vickers company, leading first to the Maxim-Vickers gun and then, after Vickers' redesign, the Vickers machine gun. Soviet Russia officially used Maxim machine guns in fortresses along the Chinese border until the 1980s because their water-cooled system was deemed to be a more reliable solution for very heavy and extended use against prolonged human-wave-type attacks. This eventually led to the Einheitsmaschinengewehr (Universal machine gun) introducing an entirely new concept in automatic firepower. By changing its mount, sights and feed mechanism, the operator could radically transform an Einheitsmaschinengewehr for several purposes. Artillery was the most lethal weapon of W.W.I. And in subsequent wars too. You can talk about machine guns and poison gas but by far the most casualties were caused by the big guns. It is estimated that over 2/3rd of the total casualties caused during WW1 were caused by artillery The M1917 pattern has been used in countries the world over in a variety of forms. In certain cases a new designation was applied by the user nation.
The ammunition plate or block had to be removed by hand before another loaded plate could be inserted. Unlike in the Gatling gun and later rapid-firing automatic weapons, the entire loading and firing process was manual. The mitrailleuse's major innovation was that it greatly increased the speed of these processes when compared to standard infantry rifles of the era. Original German MG 13 Machine Gun for Sale at International Military Antiques. The MG 13 (shortened from German Maschinengewehr 13) is a German general-purpose machine gun developed by converting the Dreyse Model 1918 heavy water-cooled machine gun, into an air-cooled versio
The 13 mm centerfire Reffye mitrailleuse cartridges were loaded into interchangeable steel breech blocks, unlike the Montigny mitrailleuse, whose ammunition was held by the cartridge base in plates. When firing the mitrailleuse, three breech blocks were kept in continuous use: one being fired, one being pressed down on the extractor and one being loaded from a single pre-packaged 25-round box. Adjusting the elevation of the mitrailleuse in accordance to the distance to the designated target was performed with an elevating screw identical to that on a regular artillery piece. The mitrailleuse's barrel could also be moved sideways while firing, to the right and left, in order to adjust for range and provide lateral sweeping fire if needed. The lateral sweep was narrow, however, thus most effective at far distances only. The weapon's field of fire was so narrow that Prussian soldiers were often hit by several bullets at once. During an early engagement of the Franco-Prussian War, at Forbach in Alsace on August 6, 1870, a Prussian general officer (General Bruno von François) was brought down by a very closely spaced volley of four bullets. According to the Prussian regimental record, those four mitrailleuse bullets had been fired from 600 meters away. French artillery attempted to rectify this problem by developing special ammunition capable of firing three bullets from the same cartridge for short-range point-defence. Rheinmetall-Borsig tried to design a machine gun to meet these requirements in the late 1920s, the Maschinengewehr (Machine Gun; MG) 30. Its advanced design, with a butt in line with the barrel, wandered less when fired automatically and kept the weapon more accurately on target The M2 Machine Gun or Browning .50 Caliber Machine Gun is a heavy machine gun designed toward the end of World War I by John Browning. Its design is similarIn 1926, the Browning's rear sight was revised to incorporate scales for both the new M1 Ball (172-grain boat-tail bullet) and the M1906 (150-grain flat-base bullet) ammunition. With M1 ball, the M1917 had a maximum range of about 5,500 yd (5,000 m); with M2 ammunition, about 3,500 yd (3,200 m). The rear sight had a battle sight as well as a raised leaf-type sight suitable for employment against either ground or air targets. Other changes were implemented, some during the war, but not all M1917s received these updates. Beginning in 1938, the pivot in the top cover was replaced with a new one that would become standard on all M1919-series guns. While the World War I–pattern top cover hinge pin appears to have been retained on most converted M1917s, the later-production M1917A1s had a positive locking top cover hinge pin that allowed the top cover to remain open, lessening the chance of it dropping closed on one's hands while working on the gun—this became the standard on all M1919-series guns.
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