Sterling Sub Machine Gun
A picture from the Sterling Engineering Company, Dagenham, handbook for the "Sub-Machine Gun, 9mm, Mk 4 (SMG 9mm L2A3)". A much maligned weapon for genuine reasons, but I liked it; never got issued with a bayonet for it though!
Vickers Mk.I - Modern Firearms
Vickers Mk.I machinegun, loaded and ready to fire. Vickers Mk.I machine gun. Vickers Mk.I machine gunof WW2-era production, with ribbed water jacket and no muzzle booster. Caliber .303 British (7.7x57R) Weight 18.1 kg gun body + 4.1 kg water + 23 kg tripod Length 1155 mm Barrel length 723 mm Feed belt, 250 rounds Rate...