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    MG-42 SA Owner’s Manual

    The MG-42 SA is a highly complex and sophisticated system that requires knowledgeable operators. Full and complete adherence to the following instructions is an absolute necessity for safe and responsible use of the MG-42 SA.

    This system is NOT meant for anyone other than individuals knowledgeable in the safe operation of belt fed systems and who have a thorough understanding of semiautomatic and automatic firearms. If you are not such an individual you pose a danger to yourself and those around you by using this system.

    The following MG-42 parts and accessories will not work with the MG-42 SA : Bolt Carrier. Trigger Housing and Internal Trigger Housing Parts. Short Recoil Assembly. Firing Pin and Guide. Cocking Handle. Mainspring. The following MG-42 parts and accessories will work with the MG-42 SA : Belts and Belt Drums. Slings. Sights. Ejector. Ejector Rod. Complete Bolt Head Assembly. Bipod. Barrel. Buttstock. Buffer. Feed Cover and Feed Tray.

    MG-42 SA Owner’s Manual

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    The MG42 was a king amongst weapons.

    Here are some SS Grossdeutschland reenactors demonstrating it in use ...


    Virtually every WW2 book I read involving German infantry troops mentions the MG42, which was also known as the 'Hitlersäge' because it made a noise like some kind of electric saw.

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    I watched this at Germanic Worlds. Great video.
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    My favorite WW2 weapon is the Mosin-Nagant. It's unbeatable.

    My favorite German weapons of that time were the MP 40 and the Karabiner 98k (not as good as the Mosin-Nagant though).

    The MG 42 is iconic.

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    Although I own and use a customized AKM version of the venerable AK-47, my favorite WWII personal use firearm is the Sturmgewehr 44:

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    That would be my favorite rifle of WWII. My favorite handgun would be the Walther P.38. Also manufactured by Mauser und Spreewerk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drusilla View Post
    My favorite WW2 weapon is the Mosin-Nagant. It's unbeatable.

    My favorite German weapons of that time were the MP 40 and the Karabiner 98k (not as good as the Mosin-Nagant though).

    The MG 42 is iconic.
    Having owned and shot both, why would you favor the Mosin-Nagant of the 98K?

    Here in the US many like the Mosin-Nagant because you can buy them cheap and they give an unrealistic favor to them because they own one. If you have the choice or the money a quality bolt action hunting is usually better than any military bolt action. When comparing durability out of the ones I have owned I would pick the Enfield mk IV especially if it was made in Australia and the .303 round is excellent though hard to come by here sometimes, my other military bolt action choice would be the Springfield 03A3 in 30/06 actually these were used as sniper weapons well into the early 2000s by the US and other forces.
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    Due to my physical size, I'm limited by what kind of firearms I can practically handle in earnest.

    In the real world, I shoot a scoped Deluxe Model 10/22, because my hubby's 9mm carbine, 30-30, and AKM kick too hard... OW!

    I shoot a 9mm Glock 19, because I'm good with pistols... Except big ones, of course.

    I would like to actually shoot the Walther pistol and SGW-44 assault rifle. And it would be really cool to toss a live grenade... BOOM!




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    Quote Originally Posted by LillyCaterina View Post
    I would like to actually shoot the Walther pistol and SGW-44 assault rifle. And it would be really cool to toss a live grenade... BOOM!
    The STG 44 does not recoil much, though it is heavy.

    Live grenades are very fun, but you have to throw them right or that "BOOM" will kill you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpearBrave View Post
    Having owned and shot both, why would you favor the Mosin-Nagant of the 98K?

    Here in the US many like the Mosin-Nagant because you can buy them cheap and they give an unrealistic favor to them because they own one. If you have the choice or the money a quality bolt action hunting is usually better than any military bolt action. When comparing durability out of the ones I have owned I would pick the Enfield mk IV especially if it was made in Australia and the .303 round is excellent though hard to come by here sometimes, my other military bolt action choice would be the Springfield 03A3 in 30/06 actually these were used as sniper weapons well into the early 2000s by the US and other forces.
    In my humble opinion, the Mosin-Nagant is a more versatile weapon.


    It's the same as comparing the AK-47 and the AR-15.


    It's not a competition. It's simply my opinion.

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