Model T machine gun

Model T machine gun
Model T machine gun
Type Machine gun
Place of origin United States
Production history
Designer David Marshall Williams
Specifications
Cartridge .22LR
Caliber .22
Action Blowback
Feed system Belt
Sights Iron

The Model T was a .22lr calibre, belt-fed machine gun designed by David Marshall Williams[1]. A wooden mockup of this weapon can be seen at the South Carolina Military Museum[2].

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