Machine Guns

MM23 image by H. Hardin

Our definition of a Machine Gun is a shoulder fired automatic rifle firing rifle caliber ammunition. The Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) was developed near the end of WWI and is a good example of an early machine gun. Because of the problem of controlling recoil and muzzle climb using full powered ammunition in automatic fire, shoulder fired Machine Guns didnít become significant until late WWII . The German development of the MP43, chambered for the 8mm Kurz intermediate cartridge, paved the way for the  automatic assault rifle of today.

This page is arranged by country of origin and then commercial/military machine guns. Navigate the Price Charts by clicking the thumbnail image or highlighted title for full-screen charts and use the arrow icons to move within chart groups.

US

AC556

AC556

AC556F

AC556F

KAC556

KAC556

KAC556F

KAC556F

M16A1

M16A1

M16A2

M16A2

AR15 Model 01

AR15 Model 01

AR15 Model 614

AR15 Model 614

AR15

AR15

AR18 C&R

AR18 C&R

AR180

AR180

M14

M14

M14 (Original)

M14 (Original)

BAR

BAR

BAR C&R

BAR C&R

Germany, Italy

H&K G3

H&K G3

H&K 51

H&K 51

H&K 33 & 53

H&K 33 & 53

MP44

MP44

Steyr AUG

Steyr AUG

Beretta BM59

Beretta BM59

Rest of the World (Russia, UK, Belgium, Finland, Israel, Japan)

AK47

AK47

Bren

Bren

Bren C&R

Bren C&R

FN FAL

FN FAL

FN FNC

FN FNC

Valmet M76

Valmet M76

Valmet M78

Valmet M78

Israeli Galil

Israeli Galil

Jap Type 99

Jap Type 99

Jap Type 96

Jap Type 96

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