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Submachine Guns

Italian Genar SMG

The Genar submachinegun was a development of the TZ45, which was developed during WWII and manufactured into the 1950s. We don’t have much more information on the Genar, but we do have a nice set […]

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Light MGs

Czech ZB-30 Manuals

After a few year of production, the ZB26 was given an overhaul and redesignated the ZB30. The two designs look externally very similar – the only distinctive way to tell them apart is the addition […]

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Light MGs

Czech ZB-26 manuals

The Holek brothers began what would ultimately become a very successful light machine gun design in 1923 with the production of a prototype gun. It was refined over the next several years and adopted by […]

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Heavy MGs

Polish Hotchkiss M1914

After regaining its independence in 1918, Poland had a variety of weapons available to its armed forces, including the Hotchkiss M1914 machine gun. The Hotchkiss fed from 30-round feed strips, and was gas operated and […]

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Light MGs

Spanish Ameli LMG

One of the less well known firearms in the roller-locked family of designs is the Spanish Ameli (a contraction of “Ametralladora ligera”), or “Special Purpose Assault Machinegun”. Developed in the late 1970s by CETME, the […]