By Patrizio G., Tomassini A.
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The Russians were very numerous. (Erenberger 2000: 287) It was in the interests of the rest of the rifle squad to keep their support weapon well-stocked with ammunition. If the machine gun ran silent, the chances of their being overrun increased exponentially. Another key responsibility of using the MG 34 and MG 42 in combat was to keep the weapons extremely clean. The MG 34 in particular, with its finer tolerances and more complicated mechanism, was especially prone to jamming if not kept spotlessly clean.
The critical point was to maintain a decent distance between each man – about five paces – but not to become so strung out that the riflemen lost the effective support of the machine gun. com 39 A German infantry squad establishes a series of defensive positions. The MG 34 team operates from what was officially known as a Schützenloch für leichte Maschinengewehr (two-man light machine-gun position). (Cody Images) 40 lion’s share of the return fire. By firing short disciplined bursts rather than long rippling bouts of fire, and by moving between positions of cover on a regular basis, the machine-gunner could partly hide his presence and location, although the MG 42 was particularly identifiable by its rasping bark.
The assistant gunner has a new barrel held at the ready, which he has just taken from a Laufschützer barrel container, which held a single barrel. In the hands of a competent machine-gun crew, the barrel change could be performed in a matter of seconds, but the momentary stop in fire could provide a window of opportunity for attacking infantry to close up. To the right, another MG 42 machine-gunner and his assistant redeploy to a different position. The assistant machinegunner is carrying two ammunition cans, and on his back he has the Laufbehälte 42 twin barrel container.
A Characterization of Affine Hyperquadrics by Patrizio G., Tomassini A.