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|Shustova Olga Sivoklokov Sergey Sizin Pavel Soffer Abner Solans Sanchez |
Carlos Spillantini Piero Stepanyantz Konstantin Strahler Erik Sukhotin Sergey
Titov Maxim Tokarev Mikhail Tsybychev Dmitri Urbanowski Krzysztof Venturi
|... Maxim-Tokarev was finally ap- proved in 1925 as the future light machine gun. |
However, Soviet troops complained that the weapon was still too heavy to meet
the requirements for a light machine gun. Modifications were made, but the ...
|The most serious issue was the many obsolete types of small arms dating back to |
World War I still being used by the troops. An example was the machine gun
inventory that included the Degtyarev, the Maxim-Tokarev, the Lewis, the 1910 ...
|The most serious problem was the many obsolete types of small arms left over |
from the 1920s, still in the hands of the troops.53 An example was the machine
gun inventory that included the Degtyarev, the Maxim-Tokarev, the Lewis, the
|Alex Trost, Vadim Kravetsky. 30. M2 BROWNING (30 Time to worry) 29. |
ZASTAVA M84 (29 I'm going to be fine) 28. MAXIM TOKAREV (28 You alright
mate?) 27. VICKERS MACHINE GUN (Yay! I have twenty 7's) 26. FN MINIMI (
Twice the luck ...
|During the Spanish Civil War, large numbers of foreign machine guns were sent |
to Spain, including the Soviet Maxim Tokarev, Soviet DP guns, Czech VZ26,
VZ30, and ZB53 as well as other German and Italian machine guns. At the
|In 1919, he became senior engineer of the Izhevsk arms plant, and in 1921 was |
sent to the Tula arsenal, where he developed a light air- cooled version of the
standard Maxim machine- gun, which was adopted in 1924 as the Maxim-
|tOranienbaum was also the site of the Imperial Artillery Proving Ground (later the |
Soviet Weapons Firing Ground). ^Adopted on 26 May 1925 as the Maxim-
Tokarev machine gun; three years later an aircraft version developed by Tokarev
|Four years later the Red Army accepted as standard equipment the MT (Maxim-|
Tokarev) machine gun. He himself switched over to designing a self-loading
pistol. On June 25, 1930, comparative tests of Soviet and the best foreign Walter,
|The Maxim, a famous Western gun, underwent various modifications by Soviet |
designers: the Maxim-Tokarev, the Maxim- Koleshnikov, and the Maxim-Esivnin.
The Maxim Model- 1910 became the basis of almost half of the Soviet's 1 944 ...