BERGMANN Rifle

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Re: BERGMANN Rifle

Post by audrew » 30 Aug 2012 15:21

B.M.P.34 and MP.35/I (Bgm)
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Re: BERGMANN Rifle

Post by Trackhead M2 » 31 Aug 2012 00:09

audrew wrote:B.M.P.34 and MP.35/I (Bgm)
Dear a,
You are aware this is a submachine gun. These are some nice shots. Where were they taken?
Strike Swiftly,
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Re: BERGMANN Rifle

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Re: BERGMANN Rifle

Post by audrew » 27 Apr 2022 15:00

Bergmann MP and cangaceiros ?
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Re: BERGMANN Rifle

Post by Poot » 28 Apr 2022 00:14

I did not know until today that the 6th SS was in Poland suppressing the Uprising.
He who lives by the sword, should train with it frequently.

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Re: BERGMANN Rifle

Post by mikel » 25 Jun 2022 19:54

I had a MP 34 back in the day.
Finely made and machined piece.
Overdone, in terms of its's role, I thought.
Cheap MP 38s or 40s much more practical for large purchases and general use.
Not sure what time period he referenced, but I spoke with a Fallschirmjager eons ago who had negative things to say about Waffen SS getting the pick of things.

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