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Discussion in 'The Guns Galore Section' started by dave phpbb3, Jun 13, 2005.

  1. dave phpbb3

    dave phpbb3 New Member

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    has anybody got a picture of a Cz vz30 light machine gun? i need it for a prject that im going. thanks
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    oh by the way, is that the forerunner of the bren? It look similar

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    Doesn't anybody read their own links ? :grin:
     
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    thanks i did google it but that site didnt work on my computer
     
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    Nope, couldn't be arsed.

    I posted the piccy and the link as an afterthought and courtesy to the author.

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    Hi.

    In Japan NAMBU, impressed by captured vz 26-30 machine guns, redesigned this MG and the japanese forces introduced it as type 96 6,5 mm light machine gun.

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    with sniper scope as automatic sniper rifle with the 1-shot-mode:
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    In 1938/39 the weapon was again redesigned for the use of the new 7,7 mm ammunition and introduced as type 99 7,7mm light machine gun.

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    Yours

    tom! :wink:
     
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    :eek: A sword-bayonet on an LMG?
     
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    Hi.

    Yes, the use of the type 30 bayonet was a main cause for the introduction as the japanese army paid a lot of attention on close quater fighting with edged weapons.

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    tom! :wink:
     

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