Russian anti-aircraft sight for Quad Russian Maxim guns

The first dedicated Soviet mount for anti-aircraft machine guns was developed around 1928 by Fedor Tokarev and was adopted for service in 1931. It was a base for mounting up to four 7.62 mm Model 1910 Russian Maxim guns. This was also called a ZPU, although the name М-4 was also assigned to it. It served the Soviet armed forces in all major conflicts until 1945.

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Russian anti-aircraft sight for Quad Russian Maxim guns

Russian anti-aircraft sight for Quad Russian Maxim guns Description

The first dedicated Soviet mount for anti-aircraft machine guns was developed around 1928 by Fedor Tokarev and was adopted for service in 1931. It was a base for mounting up to four 7.62 mm Model 1910 Russian Maxim guns. This was also called a ZPU, although the name М-4 was also assigned to it. It served the Soviet armed forces in all major conflicts until 1945.

Russian anti-aircraft sight for Quad Russian Maxim guns Additional Information

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