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 7.62-mm Madsen machine-guns M. 1902 and 1916
Sent: 28-06-2011 09:19
 
Does anybody here know something about the 7.62 Madsen Light machine-gun in Russian service during WWI?
Of special interest are contemporary pictures, showing how the magazines and the other machine-gun equipment were carried by the soldiers.
Perhaps someone knows about a Russian manual with drawings for the machine-gun?
Does anyone know about the use of the macjine-gun in the Civil War?

On
http://www.forgottenweapons.com/wp-content/uploads/manuals/Madsen%20Machine%20Rifle%20Main%20Characteristics.pdf

can be found several intereting pictures together with a manual for the machine-gun, but it is all shortly after WWI.

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