Imperial Russian WWI & Soviet WWII Maxim M-1910 Steel Fusee Spring Cover
New Made Item: This is a top quality reproduction of the M1910 Russian & Soviet Maxim steel fusee spring cover, as used during WWI and WWII. It has the correct number markings on the side for adjusting the tension, but is otherwise unmarked, so it can complete the look of any M1910 maxim.
Comes ready to install on your Soviet issue Display Gun or Parts Set, and is correct with the later "Tractor Water Cap Model" Maxims. Limited Production, and fitting may be required.
The PM M1910 (Пулемёт Максима на станке Соколова, Pulemyot Maxima na stanke Sokolova or "Maxim's machine gun model 1910 on Sokolov's mount") was a heavy machine gun used by the Russian Army during World War I and the Red Army during World War II. It was adopted in 1910 and was derived from Hiram Maxim's Maxim gun, chambered for the standard Russian 7.62x54mmR rifle cartridge. The M1910 was mounted on a wheeled mount (Sokolov) with a gun shield and was replaced in Soviet service by the SG-43 Goryunov, starting in 1943. In addition to the main infantry version, there were aircraft mounted (PV-1) and naval variants.
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