All the guns examined in this new paperback edition of "Machine Guns of World War 1" belong to the class known as "automatic" and seven classic World War 1 weapons are illustrated in some 250 colour photographs. Detailed sequences shows them in close-up: during step-by-step field stripping, and during handling, loading and live firing trials with ball ammunition, by gunners wearing period uniforms to put these historic guns in their visual context.
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Author Biography - Robert Bruce
Robert Bruce is a US Army Sergeant First Class and a former infantryman, tank crewman and military intelligence analyst. An internationally published magazine writer and book author, photojournalist, archivist, lecturer and authority on military small arms of the 20th century, he has been shooting, evaluating and writing about the world's infantry weapons for over 20 years.