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Replica Machine Gun (MG 34) - Germany 1934

2 999 kr

Including VAT
Article number: 1000063


Finally it comes, Maschinengewehr 34 (MG 34) the first modern machine gun in the world and one of the most demands replicas in the last 20 years! Even before WWI, the Germans military try to find a solution for more flexible machine guns that could shoot larger quantities of ammunition. After the First World War, this work stopped due to the Peace of Versailles, where Germany's right to possess military weapons was more or less non-existent. In 1933, when the Nazi Party took over political control, they also found ways around the Versailles Agreement. The MG 34 was originally based on the MG30, which Austria and Switzerland were licensed for. As early as 1931, Heinrich Vollmer at the Mauser factories began to redesign and further develop the MG 30. In 1937, the rifle was completely ready and the biggest different was that the ammunition supply was more or less completely new. Between 1935 and 1942, the MG 34 was intended to be the German army's reinforcement weapon. The quality and precision were far superior to the successor MG42. MG 34 was built from high-quality material choices while MG42 was created from mass production. A little bit over 577,000 copies of the MG 34 were manufactured, the choice of ammunition is 7.92 x 57 mm Mauser and a firing speed of 8 - 900 rounds per minute was reached. Effective shooting distances are 200 - 2000 m and with leg support and scoope approximate: 3500 m. Here you now have the opportunity to feel a lot of history in your hands by buying your own copy of this iconic replica. The machine gun is made of metal, wood and plastic - you can make loaded movement, dry fire and also remove the bi-pod.

Length: 122 cm. Weight: 6940 g

Made by Denix

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