The real deal-an actual MG-34. *image taken from Wikipedia.
German soldiers with an MG34 in France,1944. *image taken from Wikipedia.
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The Maschinengewehr 34, or MG34, was a german machine gun that was first produced and accepted for service in 1934, and first issued to units in 1935. It was an air-cooled machine gun firing 7.92x57mm Mauser rounds and had similar performance to other medium machine guns.
However, it was also designed to perform both as a light machine gun and in heavier roles, as an early example of a general purpose machine gun. In the light-machine gun role, it was intended to be equipped with a bipod and 50-round ammunition belt contained in a drum-shaped basket, which could be attached to the receiver. In the heavier role, it was mounted on a larger tripod and was belt fed. In practice, the infantry usually just belt-fed the bipod version, resulting in it functioning as a classic medium support weapon.