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Developed by the Soviet Union primarily as an antiaircraft weapon (and used to good effect in that role through World War Two), the DShK heavy machine gun was modernized almost immediately upon adoption. The first batch of new DShKM guns entered production in February of 1945. The final pattern would be formally adopted in 1946.
What we have today is a semiauto DShK built in .50 Browning, which makes ownership and feeding much simpler than with a fully automatic original Russian-caliber example.
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