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1910 Maxi Untitled 1

The Maxim gun was the first self-powered machine gun, invented by the American-born[1] British inventor Sir Hiram Maxim in 1884.The mechanism of the Maxim gun used the energy from the recoil force to eject each spent cartridge and insert the next one. This made it vastly more efficient and less labor intensive than previous rapid-firing guns, such as the Gatling, Gardner, or Nordenfelt guns, which relied on entirely different principles.

Trials demonstrated the Maxim could fire 600 rounds per minute, equivalent to the firepower of about 30 contemporary breech-loading bolt-action rifles. Compared to modern machine guns, the Maxim was heavy, bulky, and awkward. Even though one person could fire the gun, it was usually operated by a team of men. The cooling mechanism of the weapon needed a constant supply of water in order to produce a continuous stream of fire, and several men were needed to move or shift its position.

 

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