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Fiat-Revelli M1935 Machine Gun

Country of OriginItaly
TypeMachine Gun
Caliber8.000 mm
Capacity50 rounds
Length1,250.000 mm
Weight18.100 kg
Rate of Fire500 rounds/min
Range1,000 m
Muzzle Velocity750 m/s

Contributor:

ww2dbaseThe Fiat-Revelli M1935 gas-operated heavy machine guns were developed from a previous model, M1914, which were used heavily in WW1. After the design being accepted in 1935 (thus the model name), Fiat-Revelli M1935 heavy machine guns entered production in 1937 with Societą Metallurgica Bresciana. Although the new design simplified the overly complicated M1914, the resulting weapons were still considered less than ideal. Production for these weapons ended in 1943.

Source: Wikipedia.

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Last Major Revision: Mar 2008




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