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Oct 28 2017 · A water cooled gun maintains a lower barrel temperature longer reducing barrel wear Air cooled guns must be fired in smaller bursts and at fewer rounds per minute In WW1 machine guns fired practically nonstop as long as water was kept in the jackets

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WW1 Machine Guns  Illustrated London News
WW1 Machine Guns Illustrated London News

Jul 17 2014 · In theory machineguns in WW1 could fire up to 600 smallcalibre rounds per minute In reality they were prone to overheating and would break down without some sort of cooling system in place Water jackets were initially used but the guns would still overheat quite quickly and large supplies of water had to be kept on hand

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Colt Browning M1895 Potato Digger AirCooled BeltFed
Colt Browning M1895 Potato Digger AirCooled BeltFed

Colt Browning M1895 Potato Digger AirCooled BeltFed Machine Gun The ColtBrowning M1895 the Potato Digger mated the movement of a leveraction rifle with gasoperated power to produce a new type of aircooled machine gun

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World War 1 Guns  History of American Wars
World War 1 Guns History of American Wars

World War 1 Guns World War 1 Guns There were two types of artillery fire directsee the enemy and fire or indirectcalibrate through an optical sight and choose an aiming point and then fire In either case the infantry became dependent on the artillery to clear the trenches of the enemy and to cut the barbed wire that stretched across the unoccupied no mans land between the enemies

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Hotchkiss Model 1914 Mle 1914 Medium Machine Gun
Hotchkiss Model 1914 Mle 1914 Medium Machine Gun

Aug 12 2018 · The Model 1914 became the last in the long line of Hotchkiss machine guns and served as the standard French heavy machine gun of World War 1 and beyond supplanting the St Etienne Heavy Machine Gun in the same role Some 47000 Model 1914 units were delivered to the French Army during World War 1 up until the end of fighting in November of 1918

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WW I Collectibles for sale  eBay
WW I Collectibles for sale eBay

Laws vary but generally any gun manufactured after 1899 is not considered an antique Thus all guns dating back to World War I whether used by British troops other Allies soldiers from AustriaHungary or any other participants would need to be purchased according to applicable gun laws before being added to your collection

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Maxim’s Machine Gun Slaughtered Hundreds of Thousands
Maxim’s Machine Gun Slaughtered Hundreds of Thousands

Nov 05 2014 · The result was a watercooled tripodmounted machine gun in 303caliber fed by ammunition on a 250round belt It came just in time for World War

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Browning M1917 Model 1917 BeltFed WaterCooled
Browning M1917 Model 1917 BeltFed WaterCooled

May 22 2018 · Browning M1917 Model 1917 BeltFed WaterCooled Heavy Machine Gun HMG The Browning M1917 had the distinction of fighting in World War 1 World War 2 the Korean War and the Vietnam War quite the testament to her original design

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WW1 Machine Guns  Illustrated London News
WW1 Machine Guns Illustrated London News

Jul 17 2014 · In theory machineguns in WW1 could fire up to 600 smallcalibre rounds per minute In reality they were prone to overheating and would break down without some sort of cooling system in place Water jackets were initially used but the guns would still overheat quite quickly and large supplies of water had to be kept on hand

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What machine guns were used in World War 1  Quora
What machine guns were used in World War 1 Quora

Most nations operated mainly watercooled machineguns Those were machineguns in which the barrel was surrounded by a water tank in order to assure the cooling Watercooled machineguns had a number of advantages that coumd make them very useful in the trenches they were notably less prone to overheating than aircooled ones

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Colt Browning M1895 Potato Digger AirCooled BeltFed
Colt Browning M1895 Potato Digger AirCooled BeltFed

Colt Browning M1895 Potato Digger AirCooled BeltFed Machine Gun The ColtBrowning M1895 the Potato Digger mated the movement of a leveraction rifle with gasoperated power to produce a new type of aircooled machine gun

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Machine Gun  How Hiram Maxim’s Deadly Invention
Machine Gun How Hiram Maxim’s Deadly Invention

Oct 24 2017 · Machine Gun How Hiram Maxim’s Deadly Invention Changed History by • 24 October 2017 • 6 Comments The Maxim machine gun pioneered in 1885 became a powerful symbol of European imperialism

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Vickers Machine Gun  PlaneEncyclopedia
Vickers Machine Gun PlaneEncyclopedia

May 06 2016 · The Vickers Gun or Vickers Machine Gun as it is often called was one of the first armaments fitted to an airplane for combat in the early 1910s The weapon originally water cooled and based on the successful Maxim gun was designed and manufactured by Vickers Limited of Britain and fitted to many early British and French fighter planes

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Machine Guns  Paladin Armory
Machine Guns Paladin Armory

Heavy Machine Gun HMG Originally any machine gun designed for heavy sustained firing from a tripod and utilizing a water jacket cooling system around the barrel to dissipate heat hence the term heavyExamples include the Maxim Vickers and Browning 1917A1 Later this term applied to machine guns that fired bullets larger than those used in the issue service rifles

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Ammunition boxes belts and loading accessories – The
Ammunition boxes belts and loading accessories – The

Machine Gun Equipment As amended by GRO 1079 of 13 August 1915 A metal belt has been introduced for use with machine guns other than converted Maxim guns and supplies are shortly approved proportion of metal and web belts to be held with each machine gun other than converted Maxim guns is as follows 4 metal belts per gun

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First World   Weapons of War Machine Guns
First World Weapons of War Machine Guns

The gas produced by the explosion of powder in each machine gun cartridge created a recoil which served to continuously operate the machine gun mechanism No external power was needed His initial design which was water cooled and belt fed allowed for a theoretical rate of fire of up to 600 rounds per minute half that number in practice

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ww1 ammo box products for sale  eBay
ww1 ammo box products for sale eBay

Original World War One WW1 Wooden 30 caliber Ammo box 2995 2275 shipping 10 watching Wood Ammo Box Army Military Machine Gun Bullets Ammunition WW1 11900 2359 shipping Watch WW1 WW2 Russian Maxim metal ammo box with Maxim mg cloth ammo belt WW1 VTG Wood Ammo Box Converted Shoe Shine Stand Cast Iron with Amazing

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First World   Whos Who  Sir Hiram Maxim
First World Whos Who Sir Hiram Maxim

The gas produced by the explosion of the powder in each machine gun cartridge itself created a recoil which served to continuously operate the machine gun mechanism No external power was needed His initial design which was water cooled and fed via a belt allowed for a theoretical rate of fire of up to 600 rounds per minute half that number in practice

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Welcome to Doughboy Military Collectables Buy Sell
Welcome to Doughboy Military Collectables Buy Sell

50 cal BROWNING MACHINE GUN WAR TIME PRODUCTION CLEANING BRUSH This is a unissued unused cleaning brush for the cleaning kits in the canvas kits for the 50 caliber Browning Machine Guns Excellent war time production with the treads being right on the twisted wire and not a

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Who Made America  Innovators  Hiram Maxim
Who Made America Innovators Hiram Maxim

In 1884 Hiram Maxim built the first effective machine gun which revolutionized warfare Born in 1840 in Sangersville Maine Maxim was apprenticed at 14 to a carriage maker While learning that trade he exhibited a knack for invention designing a mousetrap that automatically reset and rid

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