WEBSTA @ worldwar2foryou - This picture depicts a reenacting German Wehrmacht MG-42 team. They fire upon Soviet positions during the Siege of Sevastopol, fought from October 30th of 1941, during Operation Barbarossa, to July 4th of 1942, to July 4th of 1942.The MG-42 was a very new weapon for the German army, hence being called the MG-42 (1942), and would soon gain a irrefutable reputation.The machine gun would be the fastest and deadliest of its time, and came after the MG-34 (1934).Both ma...
German machine-gunner in all the splendor of logistics Wehrmacht: excellent shape, shiny helmet, MG-34 machine gun with optical sight MGZ.34. Staged photo, but the view of the German forces on the equipment provides. MGZ.34 sight is for shooting at a distance of up to 2500 m, and from the closed position line (3000 m) and indirect (up to 3500 m) fire. Time taken: June 1944