Beretta Model 1918, The first true SMG?


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Beretta Model 1918, The first true SMG?

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Beretta Model 1918

The Beretta Model 1918 did not require production of many new parts which was beneficial to Italy’s poor industrial capabilities.

The Model 1918 design was one side of the dual weapon Villar Perosa, set in a shortened wooden Carcano stock, and given a trigger and folding bayonet.

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  1. ah I remember using this weapon in BF1, pull the trigger, within seconds you have to reload, yea it has the rate of fire but the control not so much, the hellreigel had that best control………………for a while