Guns & Ammo Network

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G&A Vault


The Madsen (top) is widely considered the first true light machine gun, and the Lewis (2nd from top) served widely with many countries in WWI. The MG 42 terrorized allied forces during WWII with its 1,200 rounds/min. rate of fire, while the Browning M1919 saw the U.S. through three conflicts: WWII, the Korean War and the Vietnam War.