(from the article `small arm`) ...and for decades thereafter. In Germany, where heavy, water-cooled Maxim-type guns had been forbidden by the victorious Allies, an entirely new ...
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The MG34 was a German short-recoil selective fire light machine-gun designed by Mauser-Werke as a dual purpose ground and anti-aircraft gun, and produced from 1934 to 1945. The MG45 took a 7.92 mm Mauser calibre round from a 50 round belt or a 75 round saddle drum magazine and had a cyclic rate of fire of 900 rounds per minute and a muzzle velocity...
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