stecal wrote:I assume the main difference is the ejection port?
Invisible officer wrote:The milling out of the ejection port was the most obvious outer sign of that arm but there are other differences:
Cutting out a portion of the stock underneath the ejection port, modifying the magazine cut-off and modifying the trigger which tripped the device firing mechanism.
The Pedersen Device replaced the standard Springfield bolt, which the soldier would place into a canvas pouch on his equipment belt.
A nice idea to cross the rifle and the SMG. But would it be ideal in the mud of the Western Front? The main advantage of the German Bergmann MP 18 was the small size, ideal to spray a trench or dug out entry.
Biggus Dickus wrote:Correus, How on earth do you do it?????
Are you using the force ?
Perhaps you have turned to the dark side
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