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SF103 - 5 Barrel Gardner
Machine Gun with Navy Crew

£100.80

Painted in Gloss.


SKU: SF103

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Description

The Gardner gun was an early type of mechanical machine gun. It had one, two or five barrels, was fed from a vertical magazine or hopper and was operated by a crank. When the crank was turned, a feed arm positioned a cartridge in the breech, the bolt closed and the weapon fired. 

Gardner machine gun on land service carriage being fired by three Royal Navy ratings dressed in blue tops and white trousers. Sudan 1884. 

Size 54mm

By STEADFAST SOLDIERS,

Produced in Nottingham,

United Kingdom 

Steadfast Soldier

SF103 - 5 Barrel Gardner Machine Gun with Navy Crew

£100.80

Painted in Gloss.


SKU: SF103

Viewed 47 times


Description

The Gardner gun was an early type of mechanical machine gun. It had one, two or five barrels, was fed from a vertical magazine or hopper and was operated by a crank. When the crank was turned, a feed arm positioned a cartridge in the breech, the bolt closed and the weapon fired. 

Gardner machine gun on land service carriage being fired by three Royal Navy ratings dressed in blue tops and white trousers. Sudan 1884. 

Size 54mm

By STEADFAST SOLDIERS,

Produced in Nottingham,

United Kingdom 

Steadfast Soldier

SF103 - 5 Barrel Gardner Machine Gun with Navy Crew

£100.80

Painted in Gloss.


SKU: SF103

Viewed 47 times


Description

The Gardner gun was an early type of mechanical machine gun. It had one, two or five barrels, was fed from a vertical magazine or hopper and was operated by a crank. When the crank was turned, a feed arm positioned a cartridge in the breech, the bolt closed and the weapon fired. 

Gardner machine gun on land service carriage being fired by three Royal Navy ratings dressed in blue tops and white trousers. Sudan 1884. 

Size 54mm

By STEADFAST SOLDIERS,

Produced in Nottingham,

United Kingdom 

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