The machine gun
Generally, a sub-machine gun fires a handgun round and a machine gun fires a rifle round.
It's when a machine gun enters the nose.
Machine Gun Corps ended in 1922.
the German machine gun was the MG 34 and MG42 the MP-38 and MP-40 was the sub-machine gun
An early form of machine gun designed for shipboard defense invented by James Puckle in 1718.
It was a gun designed by James Puckle, and considered, by some, to be the first machine gun. Try an internet search for the term and you'll find several articles on it.
London, England, in 1718 by James Puckle.
Britain. The first known ancestor of multi-shot weapons was created by James Puckle (a London lawyer) who patented "The Puckle Gun" on May 15th 1718
England, in 1718. Search Wikipedia for James Puckle.
James Puckle was the inventor of the Puckle defense gun. He was born in Norwich, United Kingdom in 1667 and died in London in 1724.
The person is James Puckle. This was in 1718. He called it "The Puckle Gun," a tripod-mounted- single new invention, The "Puckle Gun" was demonstrated right after he tested it. That's pretty much all there is to it.
Mr. James Puckle (no, did not make that up) in 1718. It was a cannon with a revolving breech. Do a computer search for "Puckle Gun" and enjoy.
James Puckle, from London England, created the "Puckle Gun" in 1718 A tripod-mounted, single-barreled flintlock gun fitted with a multishot revolving cylinder. hope that helps, lol
The Puckle Gun had a bore of 1.25 inches, or 32 millimetres.