Ammo belt I’d please MG34?

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Ammo belt I’d please MG34?

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Seeking all items, large or small, to the Imperial MG08, MG08/15 & T Gewehr.
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The links that fully surround the cartridges like that means that the cartridge had to be extracted from the belt by pulling it rearward. The only German guns I know of that do that are the Maxim series - the MG08 and MG08/15.
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As for the markings, the "S" corresponds to Suhl's well-known firm Simson & Co, the droop wing eagle above the number 46 is the inspection/aceptance marking and the numbers may correspond to December 1930.

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