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Machine Gun, Cal. .30, M1941, Johnson

The Johnson model 1941 was a light machine gun used to a limited degree by U.S. troops during World War II. It was the only new design machine gun introduced during the war. It had a front blade sight and a rear folding aperture sight. The model 1941 used .30 cal. cartridges in 20-round magazines. It had a rate of fire of 400-450 spm.


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