MG42 MANUAL PDF

Basically the Trope Codifier for the GPMG principle and modernised descendants are still in frontline service, so the design was certainly rock solid. But the cyclic fire rate was definitely pointlessly high for normal infantry use. Interestingly the 7,62 mm NATO version, the MG 3 has retained the high rate of fire, which can be varied by replacing lighter and heavier bolt mechanism. Interestingly enough, the Red Army even produced its own printed manual for the machinegun, which apepars to be a Russian translated version of the original German manual. Yeah I'm glad I never had to carry ammo for it.

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In serious conflicts, there is always some use of captured enemy weapons on both sides. Some countries, like Finland, have at times made a whole military industry out of refurbishing and reissuing captured weapons. Well, Russia was in a pretty desperate situation during World War 2, and needed all the arms they could get their hands on. The newly arrived masses of German soldiers offered one source, and the German weapons were generally pretty good to boot.

So of course lots of captured German machine guns were used by Red Army soldiers. Enough that Russian language manuals were printed to instruct soldiers on the proper use and maintenance of the MG34 and MG There may have been others as well, but thanks to Hrachya in Armenia, we have copies of these two manuals for your perusal:. We have some folks with access to great photos and documents who […]. We met up with Greg — who runs Allegheny Arsenal — at a gun show a couple weeks ago, and this is the first of a couple interviews we did with him on the MG34 […].

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Site developed by Cardinal Acres Web Development. Contact Ian. Russian MG34 diagram Well, Russia was in a pretty desperate situation during World War 2, and needed all the arms they could get their hands on. Next Japanese Type 4 Garand copy. Vintage photo. June 26, Ian McCollum Vintage photo Share this: Reddit Twitter Facebook. General Purpose MGs. July 14, Ian McCollum Vintage photo 7. He must have been an economics teacher before the war. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.

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Translated German Weapons Manuals

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Russian MG34 & MG42 manuals

The MG 42 shortened from German: Maschinengewehr 42 , or "machine gun 42" is a 7. Entering production in , it was intended to supplement and replace the earlier MG 34 , which was more expensive and took much longer to produce, but both weapons were produced until the end of World War II. 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, rounds per minute compared to around for the MG 34, and perhaps to for other common machine guns like the M 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".

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Fs Mg42 Manual In English

In serious conflicts, there is always some use of captured enemy weapons on both sides. Some countries, like Finland, have at times made a whole military industry out of refurbishing and reissuing captured weapons. Well, Russia was in a pretty desperate situation during World War 2, and needed all the arms they could get their hands on. The newly arrived masses of German soldiers offered one source, and the German weapons were generally pretty good to boot. So of course lots of captured German machine guns were used by Red Army soldiers. Enough that Russian language manuals were printed to instruct soldiers on the proper use and maintenance of the MG34 and MG

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