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Maxim MG 08 with C&Rsenal!

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In this video, C&Rsenal joins us for some WW1 fun with the Maxim MG-08 belt fed, water cooled machine gun. The Maxim was infamously known as the “Devil’s Paintbrush,” being that they were licensed and fielded by militaries all around the world and resulted in casualties on many sides of various battlefronts. THis particular example is of German origin and fires the 8x57mm cartridge. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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7 thoughts on “Maxim MG 08 with C&Rsenal!

  1. The opportunity to go do this shoot popped up, we came with what we had. The rear was a teflon/wax thread that works ok, the front was plumbers teflon. Most of the leaking was done by the drain valve, not the barrel seals

  2. Can you just imagine our boys going into fire like this ?
    Thanks for showing this Eric,…I would dealy love to be able to fire one of these.

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