Korean War Machine Guns (1950-1953) - Suppression Weapons of the Korean Conflict
The machine gun was a critical component of battlefiels during the Korean War as forces of the North invaded the South to begin the three-year long conflict.There are a total of 17 Korean War Machine Guns (1950-1953) - Suppression Weapons of the Korean Conflict in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.
Based upon an excellent Czechoslovakian design, the equally-excellent BREN Light Machine Gun was adopted into servi...
The Browning M1917 had the distinction of fighting in World War 1, World War 2, the Korean War and the Vietnam War ...
Though introduced during World War 1, the M1918 found its true value in the many conflicts involving it in the post...
The Browning M1919 air-cooled machine gun continued the stellar Browning legacy as a reliable battlefield weapon....
The classic Browning M2HB represented the heavy-barrel evolution of the original M2 50-Caliber series of heavy mach...
Debuting around 1926, the vz, 26 Light Machine Gun found its place in the grand war that was World War 2 over a dec...
The DP light machine gun has proven her worth over countless 20th century conflicts including World War 2, Korea an...
The Degtyarev KPV Heavy Machine Gun appeared in the period immediately following World War 2 and has seen action in...
The excellent Soviet-era DShK Heavy Machine Gun entered frontline service with the Red Army in 1938 and, in its mod...
The FN M2HB 0.50 caliber machine gun is a variant of the US Browning M2HB, designed to suit European production pra...
The Goryunov SG-43 Heavy Machine Gun was a successor to the aging PM Model 1910 machine gun line in Soviet Army ser...
The German MG34 became the classic machine gun of the 1930s and saw service throughout World War 2 and for a long p...
The Pulemet Maksima Obrazets Model 1910 heavy machine gun was a licensed 7.62mm Russian Empire copy of the famous M...
The RPD Light Machine Gun saw only limited action during the latter stages of World War 2 - though substantial serv...
The Type 92 heavy machine gun was nicknamed the Woodpecker due to its distinct stuttering sound when fired....
The Type 99 Light Machine Gun was developed to coincide with the arrival of the new Type 99 rifle using the 7.7x58m...