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Soviet Infantry weapons collection

Article about: Hi Guys, I though that you might be interested to see some of my WW2 Soviet Infantry weapons? It is my ambition to try and obtain one of each weapon This is a long term project As I live in

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    Very nice Ade thanks for the photos & info..It is a smashing looking MG.. Cheers Terry.


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    Thanks Terry. Just going to add a few my pics, but the I Pad battery died, so more to come in a few minutes time.
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    While I wait, here is a good link which shows some nice images:

    ?????????? ?? - ???????? ??????? ????????? ??????? 1929 ????

    Here is the sight I am now after.
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    link to some soviet manuals for the system if you dont already have them
    Weaponeer Forums: DTM - DT 28 - RP 46 (Russian)

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    The MG looks great. Congrats.

    What a strange contraption of a sight to stick on there.

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    is the scope an elongated PU3.5 scope without any turrets? If so I saw one of these for sale pretty cheap but didn't know what it was for!

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    Thanks for the comments and likes and the link. I did not have the manual, so that is much appreciated.

    Here we have some more detail photos.

    I should add you often see the mags with a webbing strap around them. This is to assist in loading. The mag body is turned in order to fill the drum.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Quote by meyerse View Post
    is the scope an elongated PU3.5 scope without any turrets? If so I saw one of these for sale pretty cheap but didn't know what it was for!
    That I don't know? But the ring mount is 35mm internal.

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    For some reason, Ive always liked MGs with the flip-up hinge on the rear part of the stock.
    The part going over the shoulder just adds an extra measure of stability and prevents the MG from slipping whilst firing.
    Not a small consideration during fast and furious combat and the fog of war.
    For a relatively small MG with a telescopic stock to boot (always a compromise with collapsible or folding stock), it doesnt look like it would have been bad to fire at all.

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    Awesome bit of kit Ade. Any plans to get a T34 to fit it in?
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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