U. S. Army Marksmanship Qualification Badges, 1921 to Present US Army Qualification Badges, 1921 to present. Left to Right the badges were for: expert, sharpshooter, and marksman. All-silver colored badges like the expert badge shown, were widely worn from 1921 but were not official until 1991. At least one weapons bar should be worn at the bottom of each badge. Mr. Arthur E. DuBois designed.
Complete your reenactment loadout with the Lancer Tactical M1918 BAR electric airsoft AEG. Invented by John Browning for trench warfare and fielded from WWI through Vietnam, the BAR was utilized as a Light Machine Gun in subsequent conflicts. It's M1918A2 variant has the integrated bipod for easy deployment of the support weapon to lay down covering fire for squadmates. This version of the BAR.
A now scarce early deactivated WW2 German MG34 machine gun in excellent all round condition, full dry firing and complete field stripping including barrel removal. The MG34 retains all of its finish, it strips, cocks and dry fires. A now difficult MG to obtain, especially being an example that can completely strip down, excellent example for the discerning collector.The first two figures are familiar inclusions in many sets, and show a crew with a light machine gun on a bipod. Since the gun is moulded top-and-bottom, there is very little detail on the gun so identification is difficult, but this is probably either an MG34 or an MG42. The figures are done about as well as can be done under the circumstances, but are not a noticeable improvement on those.The M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) The M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) is a light machine gun used in World War II. The BAR shot a.30-06 round, used in the M1903 Springfield Rifle, and Browning M1917 machine gun. The gun could have a bipod, flash suppressor, or a carrying handle, all of which can be taken off to reduce the weight. The BAR could shoot from 375, to 550 or 600 Rounds.
A machine gun is a weapon that can fire one bullet after another as long as the trigger is pulled and there are bullets ready to fire. This is called automatic fire. Machine guns fire bullets delivered from a long chain called an ammunition ('ammo') belt, or use spring-loaded boxes called magazines.Machine guns are usually divided into heavy-duty machine guns, light machine guns, and sub.Read More
The ANM2 .30-cal. machine gun was designed for aircraft use and could fire 1,350 rounds per minute. Twin ANM2s were mounted in the rear seats of Dauntless dive-bombers Marines used guns salvaged.Read More
With its origins in the Great War, the .50-cal. Browning machine gun—on land, on the sea and in the air—was a decisive arm for America’s victory over Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan. And.Read More
The reason the BAR was so much more reliable was that it is a long-stroke gas piston-operated selective fire light machine gun chambered in .30-06 Springfield. It’s striker-fired, fires from an.Read More
The M1919 Browning is a .30 caliber medium machine gun widely used during the 20th century, especially during World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.An air-cooled development of the standard US machine gun of World War I, the John M. Browning-designed M1917, the M1919 saw service as a light infantry, coaxial, mounted, aircraft, and anti-aircraft machine gun by the U.S. and many.Read More
The M1941 Johnson Light Machine Gun was an American recoil-operated light machine gun designed in the late 1930s by Melvin Johnson. It shared the same operating principle and many parts with the M1941 Johnson Rifle. Design The M41 light machine gun was designed by a Boston lawyer and Captain in the marine corps reserve named Melvin Johnson Jr.Read More
The Vickers machine gun or Vickers gun is a name primarily used to refer to the water-cooled.303 British (7.7 mm) machine gun produced by Vickers Limited, originally for the British Army.The machine gun typically required a six to eight-man team to operate: one fired, one fed the ammunition, the rest helped to carry the weapon, its ammunition, and spare parts.Read More
The World War II Database is founded and managed by C. Peter Chen of Lava Development, LLC. The goal of this site is two fold. First, it is aiming to offer interesting and useful information about WW2. Second, it is to showcase Lava's technical capabilities.Read More
Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) Type: heavy automatic rifle or light machine gun. Browning M1918 in World War One. In February 1917, shortly before the USA entered World War One, Browning presented two automatic weapons designs to Congress in Washington. One of them was the heavy machine gun Browning M1917, while the other gun is actually a.Read More
The MG15 is a light machine gun. It looks cool, but this weapon will not get you rapid kills. Its recoil is a little too much to handle which throws off aim for this gun. This lack of accuracy coupled with low damage will cause players to spend too much time trying to take out enemies. The latter part of.Read More