The MG42 is a WWII era weapon that fired 1,200-1,500 rounds per minute making it a powerhouse on the battlefield.
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The MG42 is known as a highly reliable and easy-to-operate machine gun that was extensively used by the German army during World War II. For a gun that uses full power service cartridges, this weapon stands out for its unusually high cyclic rate averaging about 1,200 per minute. The MG42 makes a distinctive sound when fired, leading to many nicknames including the “singing saw” or “bone saw.” This air-cooled, belt-fed, open bolt weapon is a lighter version of its machine gun predecessors making it more portable and versatile. The functionality of this weapon had an obvious influence on other gun designs, including the M60’s belt-feed mechanism and the FN Mag’s trigger mechanism. You’ll definitely want to try firing this machine gun if you’re looking to experience the capabilities of a historic and influential firearm! Book your exclusive MG42 shooting experience at The Range 702 and our expert staff will get you set up with everything you need.