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Russian weapons: The PKM 7,62x54mm machine gun, another Kalashnikov design.

Russian weapons: The PKM machine gun, another Kalashnikov design. I Love the scope

WWII Vickers Machinegun, Holy S*** That's Intimidating To This Day!

WWII Vickers Machine gun, which my wife's great uncle James Montague Battalion Black Watch was on Machine Gun Company B 1915

These were weapons commonly used in World War I. They were used by both sides of the war.

World War I machine guns. The Lewis and Vickers both had very long service lives.

Sten Mk 1 (top) and Lanchester (bottom) WWII British submachine guns.

Стен Мк 1 / Sten Mk 1 (top) and Lanchester (bottom) WWII British submachine guns.

The .30 caliber M1917 Browning water-cooled machine gun

Browning firing rate of 450 rounds per minute. This machine gun was used by the United States near the end of World War I chose to pin this because it is one of the more deadly weapons used in the Great War.

RPK -PKM- PKP

PKP Pecheneg (Petcheneg) machine gun Caliber: R Weight: kg on bipod; kg on infantry tripod mount Length: 1155 mm Length of barrel: SAW_PKM_PKP_RPK

PPSh-41/ Пистолет-пулемёт Шпагина 1941

titovka-and-bergmutzen: “ Crude…yet effective. The three main sub-machine guns of the Red Army during World War Top: Middle: Bottom: ”

fn herstal MINIMI - Buscar con GoogleLoading that magazine is a pain! Get your Magazine speedloader today! http://www.amazon.com/shops/raeind

fn herstal MINIMI - Buscar con GoogleLoading that magazine is a pain! Get your Magazine speedloader today! http://www.amazon.com/shops/raeind

348 отметок «Нравится», 5 комментариев — Guns Fanatics™ (@guns_fanatics_) в Instagram: «@m60_machinegun - Standard M60 and M60e3. Heavy fluted barrel on the e3. The e3 which came out in…»

348 отметок «Нравится», 5 комментариев — Guns Fanatics™ (@guns_fanatics_) в Instagram: «@m60_machinegun - Standard M60 and M60e3. Heavy fluted barrel on the e3. The e3 which came out in…»

DShK Heavy Machine Gun. High ground defense in case a zombie herd comes along.

DShK The Soviet heavy machine gun that still sees service around the world, although its been mostly replaced in Russia by newer designs. The ones seen on the field are almost all DShK models.