Reprint of the 1918 ed. published by the Govt. Print. Off., Washington, D.C.
|Statement||Editing and introd. by Donald B. McLean.|
|Series||The Combat bookshelf|
|LC Classifications||UF620.H8 U54 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||74156844|
Handbook of The Hotchkiss Machine Gun Model of Washington: Ordnance Department U.S.A., 16mo. 59 pp.; pamphlet for the U.S. military with 8 b&w plates and fold-out illustration; Form No. , "The Official Number of this Copy is "; light rubbing to covers at corners and spine ends; foxing to edges of page block; discoloration at top corner near spine. Pull the cocking handle to the rear locking the moving parts in the rear cocked position, and then push the cocking handle forward. The cocking handle does not reciprocate during firing. Again, the edition of the Handbook of the Hotchkiss Machine Gun Model of best relates the operation of the gun. Hotchkiss machine gun, originally a big-bore, hand-cranked, rapid-fire weapon developed in by Benjamin B. Hotchkiss (–85), a U.S. ordnance engineer with a factory in was first used by the French army in Another gun from the Hotchkiss factory, the Hotchkiss Model , was one of the first gas-operated, air-cooled machine guns. Machine Guns of World war 1. Windrow and Greene Publishers (). ISBN Bruce Canfield. U.S. Infantry Weapons of the First World War. Andrew Mowbray Publishers (). ISBN War Department, Office of the Chief of Ordnance. Handbook of the Hotchkiss Machine Gun, Model of Normont Technical Publications, Wickenburg.
British Aircraft Guns of World War II: The Official Air Publications of the Lewis, Vickers and Browning Machine Guns and the Hispano 20mm Canon by Great Britain Air Ministry (Hardcover - December ) Out of Print - Try Used Books. Handbook of the Hotchkiss Machine Gun, Model of Normount Tech Pub Out of Print - Try Used Books. The second largest user of the Hotchkiss gun was the American Expeditionary Forces in France between and The U.S. purchased and used in combat 7, Mle Hotchkis machine guns, also in 8 mm Lebel. Japanese version Hotchkiss machine guns in mm caliber were successfully deployed by Japan. Development. In the late s, Hotchkiss proposed a range of anti-aircraft automatic weapons in the , 25 and 37 mm calibers. They were all based on the same type of gas-operated action. The 8 mm mle machine gun had proven extremely reliable during World War I and was still in service. The gun started with a x 99 cartridge but in changed over to a x 96 cartridge. A century ago, the American Expeditionary Force entered heavy combat in France, and the Doughboys’ most-used heavy machine gun during the Great War was the French Hotchkiss Model of
Madsen Machine Rifle Main Characteristics & Tactical Use (English) Madsen Nomenclature (multiple languages) Madsen / comparison (English) Madsen Model 26 line drawings. Description of the Madsen Model (English) () Madsen Manual, mostly 20mm (German) Madsen Argentine Model 26 Nomenclature (Spanish) Ameli LMG Descriptive Handbook. Newly Printed Item: Perfect Reprint of WW1 era British Military Issue soft cover Handbook covering the Hotchkiss Portable Machine Gun, often referred to as the "Cavalry" Model. Measuring 5 1/2" x 4" with 50 pages including many photographs and line drawings showing exploded views, assembly and service instructions, together with original "In the Field" photographs. Ideal for every WWI enthusiast. The Ordnance QF Hotchkiss 6 pounder gun Mk I and Mk II or QF 6 pounder 8 cwt were a family of long-lived light 57 mm naval guns introduced in to defend against new, small and fast vessels such as torpedo boats and later were many variants produced, often under license which ranged in length from 40 to 58 calibers, but 40 caliber was the most common version. Hotchkiss Handbook for Machine Gun MK I & I* (UK) $ - Pages; Hotchkiss Model of Handbook (U.S. Ord Dept) $ - 70 Pages; Hotchkiss Instruction Modelle Unites de Mitrailleuses (French- Manual) $ - 54 Pages.