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    Default Re: MG-34 "S", MG-34/41 & others

    have you tried it searching in google?

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    I read it, I was refering to the section that was underlined
    I guess there he is trying to explain the small differences between MG S and MG 34/41, for practical I think (after reading several sources) both are more or less the same.

    You need to factor in that the real rate of fire will be lowered by barrel changes and that it's not really ment to be used in a LMG role from a bipod. On a tripod in a HMG role engaging targets at 1000m+ the high rate of fire will allow you to saturate an area with bullets.

    But yes it does come at a huge ammunition cost.
    Yea, but probably with a rate of fire of 900 to 1100 rpm you could do the same without expending so much ammo and/or heating the barrel up red hot. And you said it right...in a tripod, try to put 1500 rpmin a bipod mounted light machinegun and the the recoil would ruin any possible accuracy. In a tripod the MG 34 became quite static, almost a defensive weapon

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    Default Re: MG-34 "S", MG-34/41 & others

    Hello,

    I have pictures of parts for the MG34/41. I own the aprts for nearly two of them. I need a complete top cover and a feed tray.
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    What do you want to know about the 34S and 34/41? I know about what I have. I am beginning to get to know others who own them. I do not know of any others in the US although I have heard that there was a MG34S out there someplace. IMA brought in two of them and they were cut up. The parts kits were bought up and are no longer in the US.

    The front end of the gun is quite similar to the MG34 but the receiver and everything else is different. The bolt is shorter and wider. There is a spring loaded ejector mechanism on the left side of the receiver. The buffer is bigger and wider. The butt stock is thicker. The trigger group is stamped like the MG42. The trigger group is relatively thin sheet metal. I think the grips bend if they are dropped. The parts for the 34S and the 34/41 are interchangeable and may have been made simultaneously. The cocking handle of the 34/41 has four holes drilled in it (I guess to lighten it up).

    I would like to find a tripod for the 34/41. I know of one of them and Myrvang notes another three (serial number 31, 100, and 150).

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    Default Re: MG-34 "S", MG-34/41 & others

    Neat, 2 working MG 34s, thanks for the info.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker View Post
    Neat, 2 working MG 34s, thanks for the info.
    Unfortunatly they're not working, if you look at the receivers you'll see that they are cut into three pieces to destroy them according to ATF rules. This then allows them to be imported into the USA as a 'parts kit'

    michaelangelo well done on locating two of these rare guns!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker View Post
    Neat, 2 working MG 34s, thanks for the info.

    Nevertheless nice pic i never before saw it in this way

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    Unfortunatly they're not working, if you look at the receivers you'll see that they are cut into three pieces to destroy them according to ATF rules. This then allows them to be imported into the USA as a 'parts kit'
    Oh, I thought they were disassembled, too bad that such rare german piece is destroyed. Are the replacement barrels modified or milled in some way ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker View Post
    Oh, I thought they were disassembled, too bad that such rare german piece is destroyed. Are the replacement barrels modified or milled in some way ?
    No, the barrels will be fine. In US law the receiver is the "machinegun" which is illegal to own unless registered and all registrations have been stopped. Once it is cut to ATF specifications it legally becomes scrap metal. All other parts can stay in original condition, hence the term "parts kits" as people were importing these for replacement parts to existing legally registered machineguns.

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    Default Re: MG-34 "S", MG-34/41 & others

    The barrels are shootable. I have been collecting parts for about 2.5 years. I still need a complete top cover and feed tray. I have come a long way since the first purchase of a barrel, barrel jacket, cocking handle and grip assembly. I have gotten parts numbered to one gun in three different purchases in Indiana, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. The other gun I have made two purchases for its' parts. It is the one that needs a top cover and feed tray. Any help would be appreciated.

    The parts are for the most part clearly labeled either 34S or 34/41. The WaA's are 280 and 11.

    Michaelangelo
    Last edited by michaelangelo; 05-27-2009 at 08:41 AM.

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    Default Re: MG-34 "S", MG-34/41 & others

    Thank you guys, I congratulate myself for creating this topic, it has been very educative.

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    Default Re: MG-34 "S", MG-34/41 & others

    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker View Post
    Thank you guys, I congratulate myself for creating this topic, it has been very educative.
    Ha-ha, good one!
    "Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same." - Ronald Reagan

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    Wasnt supposed to be funny but thank you anyway.

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    Default Re: MG-34 "S", MG-34/41 & others

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ID:	5707This is where I am now. I have all of the small parts that I need. I could still use a top cover, feed tray, and short top cover lever. I have modified a 34 top cover to work and copied a short lever. Am in the process of copying the top cover.

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