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Today is a special treat of a video if I do say so myself! We go down to DriveTanks.com and get some ranch time with some of the rare German machine guns that saw use during WW2! I was stoked to make this video, and hopefully it’s just as fun to watch! Again, thanks to DriveTanks.com for having us out with the Gun Drummer crew! And thanks to SDI for sponsoring! Go to SDI.edu for more info! Second Channel: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍RealBrandonHerrera
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The MG3 or Machinengewehr Modell 3 is one of the world’s most successful machine guns and is still in production and widespread use for more than 60 years after it was first employed. This General-Purpose Machine Gun is a German-made machine gun from the early of Cold War era. It entered service in 1968 under the Rheinmetall brand and is essentially an adaptation of the MG42 machine gun, which was widely employed by Germany during World War II. The MG3 is simply an MG42 converted to 7.62x51mm NATO round. Thus, its layout resembles the MG42. While the early versions were just conversions, the subsequent versions include a number of small enhancements in some areas. In terms of the design, the MG3 features a unique ”fishtail” shaped buttstock with a curved inward buttplate, the top of which extends rearward to lay atop the user’s shoulder. The receiver portion of MG3 is rectangular, with a distinguishing long, shallow gradient on the cover section that slopes toward the buttstock. It is hinged in front, and the entire receiver cover opens for loading. Subscribe Now : 🤍
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Of all the Light Machine Guns ever made, few are as desirable and legendary as the MG-42 platform. Today we break down it’s NATO Pokémon evolution, the MG-3. Thanks to SDI for sponsoring! Again, it’s SDI.edu for more info! T-Shirts/Merch: 🤍 Second Channel: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍RealBrandonHerrera.
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What would it be like to try and attempt to shoot historical small arms in some of the ways that they were actually used in the past? We try and do that in this episode with German small arms in a small team setting, assaulting an objective across open terrain using a base of fire complimented by fire and maneuver. We were able to get access to fully automatic machine guns such as the MG42 and MG34, in addition to the MP40 submachine gun and landmark STG44 rifle. Of course we also had on hand Mauser K98s that complimented the historical firepower. There was a G43 that was on hand but the rifle suffered some malfunctions that didn't allow us to use it in the live fire. What did we learn though? We found out that the K98s became extremely hot in a short period of time while rapid firing. We learned how to properly handle open bolt submachine guns and some of the intricacies that require a user to "Lock, Look, (Un)Load" before using them. Of course, the STG44 most likely carried the day with its historic contribution to the dawn of modern service rifles and was envied by all. The MG42 was indeed impressive but with the ammunition we were using, it was very difficult to get it running. If you like this video, please consider giving Machine Gun Dad a subscription to his Youtube channel-🤍 Scott has been a very firm and dedicated supporter of TFB in allowing us to research his NFA collection and shooting his small arms so that we can actually learn about them here on the Blog and on Youtube. ««« PATREON GIVEAWAYS »»» TFBTV is giving away one gun a month to a randomly selected $5-level (and higher) Patreon supporter. All Patreon supporters at a $5 monthly giving level and higher are automatically entered into the competition. Only valid where legal, and if the giveaway isn't legal in your jurisdiction, you will be given cash in the amount of half of the MSRP of the giveaway prize. -We are giving away ONE Blue Alpha Gear belt a month to one randomly selected $1-level (and higher) contributor AND another Blue Alpha Gear belt a month to one randomly selected $2-level (and higher) contributor. PLEASE check out our Patreon page if you enjoy our program, and consider helping us at TFBTV out! 🤍 ««« FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA »»» 🤍 🤍 ««« GUNS IN THIS VIDEO »»» STG44 MP40 MG42 K98 ««« SPONSORS »»» Please Support Them! They help make our videos possible. Ventura Munitions: 🤍 Offering the best house-rolled ammunition by the case or quarter case, in addition to ammunition from all of the major brands at the best prices. Savage Arms - The Definition of Accuracy: 🤍 Blue Alpha Gear: 🤍 The best EDC/gun belts on the market. ««« TFB CHAT ROOM »»» Discord Invite: 🤍 #TFBTV #guns #German ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ SUPPORT US AND WIN FREE GEAR EVERY MONTH ⇐ ⇐ ⇐ TFBTV is viewer supported. We need you. We give away $1,900 in gift certificates to Top Gun Supply and Blue Alpha EVERY SINGLE MONTH to our supporters. You are automatically entered to win as a supporter of TFBTV. How to enter/full official rules are found at tfbtv.gun.team YouTube is not a sponsor of this contest. ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ SUPPORT US AND WIN FREE GEAR EVERY MONTH ⇐ ⇐ ⇐ TFBTV is viewer supported. We need you. We give away $1,900 in gift certificates to Top Gun Supply and Blue Alpha EVERY SINGLE MONTH to our supporters. You are automatically entered to win as a supporter of TFBTV. How to enter/full official rules are found at tfbtv.gun.team YouTube is not a sponsor of this contest.
In this quick video, we take a look at three German Machine Guns of WW2. This being the MG34 Machine Gun, MG42 Machine Gun and MP40 Sub-Machine Gun. We listen to the distinctive sound each gun made on the battlefields of WW2. At Premier History we want to take you on a journey through time and grow your knowledge to see what it was actually like to be in some of the pivotal points in World History. Make sure to leave a Like 👍 and a Comment 📜 down below or share this video with your friends. - - - 🔴 Subscribe to the channel: 🤍 - - - #PremierHistory #WW2 #Shorts - - - Follow Premier History on socials: 🐦 Twitter: 🤍 📸Instagram: 🤍
In this short, we compare the MG3 and M240B machine guns.MG3 offers a high rate of fire (1,200 RPM) and portability, while the M240B excels in accuracy and versatility (750-950 RPM). Both 7.62mm NATO-caliber guns are battle-proven, serving different tactical needs. Which would you pick? #germany #germanarmy #usarmy #usa #america #americanarmy #machinegun #combat #mg3 #m240b
The MG3 is one of the most successful machine guns in the world today and remains in production and widespread service more than 61 years after it was first adopted. It is an early Cold War era machine gun of German origin and a designation for various machine guns developed when Germany entered NATO. It is well known for its high rate of fire. The MG3 or (Machinengewehr Modell 3) was introduced into service in 1968 under the Rheinmetall brand label and continues in widespread use today. These are basically is a conversion of the MG42 machine gun which was widely used by Na - zi Germany during World War 2. Besides the Belgian MAG, the MG3 was the most common type of Western machine gun during the Cold War. The weapon was developed as a multi-role General Purpose Machine Gun (GPMG), this classification denoting a specialized group of a machine gun in military service. All content on Military TV is presented for educational purposes. Thank to Dave's Custom Airsoft Ltd, in 04:52 we use image from 🤍 ) Subscribe Now : 🤍 🤍 🤍
In this video US Army soldiers get to fire the legendary German made MG3 machine gun on a shooting range in Germany. The footage was recorded during a joint German and US army machine gun shooting training to familiarize US soldiers with German made weapons especially such as the Rheinmetall MG 3. The Ultimate Military Archive covers events, news, missions & facts from the United States Armed Forces including the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard and more! Furthermore you will find content about military weapons, weapon systems and technology here. All footage on this channel is footage the Ultimate Military Archive has permission to use or consists of derivative works created by the Ultimate Military Archive for educational and informational purposes. Video Credits: U.S. Army video by Christoph Koppers & SGT Derrik Tribbey. ►SUBSCRIBE to WARLEAKS - MILITARY ARCHIVE for more military videos: 🤍 ►FOLLOW WARLEAKS on INSTAGRAM at 🤍 ►FOLLOW WARLEAKS - MILITARY on FACEBOOK at 🤍 If you like military content please remember to leave a Like & Comment or even Share the video. It means a lot. Thanks!
The MG-3 is German made and like many other popular general purpose machine-guns, it is still in use after more than 60 years. This family of general-purpose machine-guns is still widely used by militaries around the world because of its simple design, rapid rate of fire and its robustness on the battlefield. More: 🤍 #forcesnews #machinegun #weapons #nato #ukraine Subscribe to Forces News: 🤍 Check out our website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
The Bundeswehr procured the G27 battle rifle to close the gap between the G36 assault rifle and large caliber systems. The G27 is a semi or fully automatic rifle with telescopic sight for use by infantry, allowing precision shots to be made at greater distances of up to 600 meters. It has a theoretical rate of fire of 600 rounds a minute and can be individually configured by the shooter. The magazine can hold either 10 or 20 rounds of 7.62 millimeter by 51 caliber ammunition. Compared to the standard issue G36 rifle, the G27 has a much higher muzzle power and range, making it much more effective against single targets. The weapon is used in coordination with other weapons such as the mg5 general purpose medium machine gun to engage hostile troops. 📺 Watch more documentaries 🤍 🔔 Subscribe to our full documentary channel 🤍
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The Rheinmetall MG-3 is one of the most successful machine guns in the world today. The MG 3 is a German general-purpose machine gun chambered for the 7.62×51mm NATO cartridge. A new MG-3 costs about $3 000. Given its numbers, distribution, and long operational history, it should come as no surprise that the MG-3 has been used in numerous armed conflicts across the world. Subscribe Now : 🤍
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The M2 Browning 50 Cal Machine Gun was one of the most devastating weapons of the Second World War. The huge rounds it fired caused destruction wherever it went. But have you ever wondered why the German Forces didn't employ their own version of the 50 Cal? Its an interesting question and in this video we will look at the German alternative to the 50 Cal during World War Two. At Premier History we want to take you on a journey through time and grow your knowledge to see what it was actually like to be in some of the pivotal points in World History. Make sure to leave a Like 👍 and a Comment 📜 down below or share this video with your friends. - - - 🔴 Subscribe to the channel: 🤍 - - - #PremierHistory #50cal #wwii - - - Follow Premier History on socials: 🐦 Twitter: 🤍 📸Instagram: 🤍 - - - Almost in F - Tranquillity by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍
🤍 🤍 Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! 🤍 The MG42 was developed to be a more reliable and easier to manufacture replacement for the MG34, although both would serve side by side until he end of World War Two. Designed by Grossfuss company engineer Werner Gruner with no previous military or small arms design experience, the MG42 used heavy stampings for its main assemblies, thus reducing German need for expensive and difficult to obtain alloyed steels. As a practical matter, the MG42 had a much higher rate of fire than the 34, at 1500-1600 rounds per minute (more than 50% faster than the MG34). This was deemed desirable to improve the effectiveness of suppressing fire and the density of the cone of fire, but naturally resulted in much higher ammunition consumption than other machine gun models. This example is a very early production Gustloff example, with the early horizontal charging handle, unreinforced wooden stock, and adjustable front sight. It was most likely captured in North Africa from Rommel’s forces, as they were a primarily user of the very early MG42s. Contact: Forgotten Weapons 6281 N. Oracle #36270 Tucson, AZ 85740
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The Rheinmetall MG-3 is one of the most successful machine guns in the world today, and remains in production and widespread service more than 60 years after it was first adopted. There is little to be said of the MG-3's design or development, as it is essentially just an improved MG-42 re-chambered for 7.62x51 mm NATO round. The MG-42 had been the most innovative machine gun of World War 2, arguably the most successful, and it was one of the most feared weapons in the arsenal of the Axis; for its blistering rate of fire, US troops knew the MG-42 as "Hitler's Buzzsaw", the Russians called it "The Linoleum Ripper", and German troops called it "Hitler's Bone Saw". It had twice the rate of fire of most other machine guns in use at the time, but was still easily controllable, and boasted the first quick-change barrel ever seen on a battlefield. The consensus of historians is that the MG-42 was the best machine gun of World War 2, and there are more than a few of these authorities who still consider it to be the best ever made. After the war, nearly every army in the world wanted surplus MG-42s, or other weapons with many of the same qualities, and it inspired the development of the MAG 58, the PK, the M60, the AAT-52, and countless others. When the decision was made for West Germany to re-arm in the 1950s, they re-introduced the MG-42. NATO allowed this as an interim measure, but required West Germany to adopt the 7.62x51 mm NATO cartridge as their standard rifle round. Rather than importing a completely new weapon, or developing one from scratch, West Germany simply put the MG-42 back into production in the new 7.62 mm NATO chambering. The resulting weapon went into service in 1958 as the MG-1, which was further reinforced by the MG-2 (MG-42s built in World War 2, that were factory-rebuilt to fire 7.62 mm NATO). Hope you enjoy!! 💥 💣 Check out our partnership clothing brand! Attire For Effect💣 💥 🤍attireforeffect.com 📸 Also follow them on Instagram: #attire_for_effect 💰 Want to support my channel? Check out my Patreon Donation page! 🤍 Matt’s DREAM: 🤍 👕 Check out my Merch: 🤍 📬Wanna send me something? My PO Box: Matthew James 210A - 12A Street N Suite 135 Lethbridge Alberta Canada T1H2J 🎮 Twitch: 🤍 👋DISCORD: 🤍 📘 Facebook: 🤍 🐦Twitter: 🤍 ⛔️ (DISCLAIMER: This video is for informative and entertainment purposes only. The views and opinion come from personal experience and not that of others or other organizations. This content and information is there to provide information from public accessible sources.) German MG-3 Machine Gun | MODERN MG-42
WW2 machine gun comparison U.S. .30 caliber vs. German MG-34 and MG-42. The backbone of infantry firepower, the machine guns. Testing their accuracy at 300 yards. American light .30 caliber on bipod vs. American heavy .30 on tripod vs. German MG-34 on bipod vs. German MG-42 on tripod.
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This gun is a beast! As you can see the muzzle blast is incredible. The WWII German PAK (PanzerAbwehrKanone) 40 was developed in early WWII but didn't see widespread production until about 1941. The gun was often used by allied forces whenever they would over run German positions which shows the effectiveness of the gun. This gun was resurrected from an art museum where the owner had painted it pink! It was restored to working order and the federal paperwork required to build and possess this gun was obtained. It is not legal for an ordinary citizen to have a working field piece like this.
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Today we hit the range with two of the most iconic sidearms of World War 2, the P08 Luger and the Walther P38. History is fun kids! Also big thanks to our sponsor USCCA, here’s their link: 🤍 About Me My name is Brandon Herrera. I'm the owner and operator of The AK Guy Inc, a 07 Firearm Manufacturer based out of Fayetteville, NC. I also co-own Stark Media Group, and designed the rifle known as the AK-50. I've started to dedicate this YouTube channel above all to have fun, but also as a way to document my entrepreneurial journey for the next few years as I try to grow my companies. Hopefully, people can learn from my example, successes, and failures. Either way, I'm having a lot of fun with it so far, and I hope it's just as fun to follow along! You Can Also Follow Me Here: Second Channel: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍RealBrandonHerrera. Facebook: Facebook.com/RealBrandonHerrera/
🤍 🤍 🤍 Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! 🤍 When the Bundeswehr was formed, it chose to simply continue using the MG42 as its standard GPMG. This was initially done by converting older MG42s to 7.62x51mm NATO as the MG1 (adopted in 1958), but progressed to production of a brand new version of the gun by Rheinmetall (adopted in 1968). The MG3 included improvements to the belt feed system, added integral antiaircraft sights, and allowed a rate of fire between 700 and 1300 rpm depending on the choice in bolt, buffer and booster. It was the standard German MG until finally being replaced by the MG5 in 2012 - and it is/was in use by nearly 4 dozen other countries as well. Today we are going to compare this transferrable, C&R MG3 to an original MG42 to see the improvements that were made. Contact: Forgotten Weapons 6281 N. Oracle 36270 Tucson, AZ 85740
Goat Guns: 🤍 Use CODE: PURPOSE for 10% off The MG3 and its latest version the H&K MG5 come from the MG42, which is the infamous portable machine gun that started it all. This weapon was so well made that to this very day, the modern German Armed forces are still using the basically SAME flippin’ machine gun they used all the way back in World War II. Its mechanics remain largely unchanged over the past 70 years, which shows how well engineered this weapon system was in the first place; if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. The major military powers that aren’t using the MG3 are using weapons that borrow heavily from its design - that's how influential this gun has been. Task & Purpose is a military news and culture oriented channel. We want to foster discussion about the defense industry. Email capelluto🤍taskandpurpose.com for inquires. 🤍 🤍 Written by Chris Cappy Edited by Rebecca Rosen Want more fun military content and news? Follow Task & Purpose! Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 🤍
🤍 🤍 🤍 Cool Forgotten Weapons merch! 🤍 From Nathaniel on Patreon: "Why didn't Germany or Axis powers have a machine gun similar to the American M2?" Basically, because everyone faced the choice of a .50 caliber machine gun or 20mm (or larger) cannons for anti-aircraft use, and most people chose the cannons - including Germany. There were some .50 caliber machine guns adopted by Axis powers, most notably the Hotchkiss 1930, a magazine-fed 13.2mm gun that was used by both Italy and Japan (among others). However, the use of the .50 caliber M2 by the US was really a logistical holdover form the interwar period. The M2 remained in production because it was adopted by US Coastal Artillery as a water-cooled anti-aircraft gun, and commercial sales by Colt were slim but sufficient to keep the gun in development through the 20s and 30s. It was used as a main armament in early American armor, but obsolete in this role when the war broke out. However, with the gun in production and no obvious domestic 20mm design, the US chose to simply make an astounding number of M2s and just dump them everywhere, from Jeeps to trucks to halftracks to tanks to self-propelled guns. And that's not considering the 75% of production that went to coaxial and aircraft versions... Anyway, back to the question. The German choice for antiaircraft use was the 20mm and 37mm Flak systems, and not a ,50 MG on every tank turret. And so, there was really no motive to develop such a gun. The Soviets did choose to go the US route, though, and developed the DShK-38 for the same role as the US M2 - although it was made in only a tiny fraction of the quantity of the M2. Thanks to Nick Moran (the Chieftain) for his assistance on this video! You can see the video he references about tanks being attacked by aircraft here: 🤍 And his full channel is here: 🤍 Contact: Forgotten Weapons 6281 N. Oracle 36270 Tucson, AZ 85740