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A general-purpose machine gun GPMG is an air-cooled , usually belt -fed machine gun that can be adapted flexibly to various tactical roles for light and medium machine guns. It was introduced into the Wehrmacht as an entirely new concept in automatic firepower, dubbed the Einheitsmaschinengewehr , meaning "universal machine gun" in German. A high cyclic rate of fire is advantageous for use against targets typically exposed to fire for a limited time span, like aircraft or targets minimizing their exposure by quickly moving from cover to cover. Such were the MG 42's qualities of firepower and usability that it became the foundation of an entire series of postwar machine guns, including the MG 1 and MG 3 - the latter, as of [update] , is still in production. MG 34 belt-fed tripod version top and saddle- drum magazine bipod version below. Type 67 on a tripod field mount.
The M Browning is a. Browning -designed M , the M saw service as a light infantry , coaxial , mounted, aircraft, and anti-aircraft machine gun by the U. Although it began to be superseded by newer designs, such as the M60 , in the later half of the century, it remained in use in many North Atlantic Treaty Organization NATO countries and elsewhere for much longer. The M is very similar in design to the larger Browning-designed. Many Ms were rechambered for the new 7. The United States Navy also converted many to 7. The M originally fired the.
I have chosen to review these four books together, as the guns themselves are connected by history. Each of these books is complete on its own; they certainly do not need to be purchased as a set. As is generally the way, each of these titles begins with a look back at the development of firearms for war. Maxim, while the Vickers-Maxim Machine Gun title by Martin Pegler goes farther back in time, mentioning the Gatling, Agar, Nordenfelt and Gardner designs and even the goofy Puckle revolving gun round shot for use against Christians, square bullets for others. These guns all had one thing in common; they were hand cranked.
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