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hi guys thanks for tuning in to another.video on Forgotten weapons calm I am ian.mcculloch man I'm here today at the Rock.Island auction company taking a look at.some of the guns that they're going to.be selling during their upcoming.September of 2017 premier auction and.today we're going to take a look at a.French light machine gun this is a model.of 24 / 29 shuttle row machine gun and.to properly understand this you need to.go back to the end of world war 1 now.during World War 1 most of France's.small arms their rifles their machine.guns their pistols their submachine guns.but they didn't even have a submachine.gun most of this stuff was pretty much.thrown together during the war where.other countries came in with some pretty.decent guns the French came in with the.Lebel which was already obsolete they.adapted their cavalry carbine the.Bertier to take its place sort of as a.replacement infantry rifle they never.did have a submachine gun they used a.smattering of like 8 different types of.handguns.well they didn't even have a light.machine gun when the war started.although to be fair most people didn't.what they came up with during the war.was the 1915 Shousha.which was not an ideal gun very much.like the Sten it was clearly a design.born of necessity there were a ton of.them manufactured and they did their job.well but they were clearly not an ideal.gun so at the end of World War one in.fact by 1921 France had actually started.a serious rearmament program they wanted.to come up with a basically a completely.new slate of small arms for the army to.replace all of this weird junk that.they've been using during the First.World War and the light machine gun was.really on the top of the priority list.there the light machine gun had proved.itself to be an extremely useful type of.weapon during the war they had a really.bad light machine gun relatively.speaking all things being equal and they.wanted a new one so the development of a.new bolt-action rifle of a new semi-auto.rifle new pistols new submachine gun all.that stuff would kind of languish until.the mid to late 1930s but the light.machine gun got done so there was.testing began almost immediately in 1923.the French government held a series of.competitive tests.pretty much all of the light machine.guns that were out there and available.at the time so they tested the Hotchkiss.light machine gun the Vickers Bethea.light machine gun the BA are a couple.French son in TN manufactured copies of.the BA are the Madsen.the Lewis pretty much everything and.they came to the conclusion that the BA.R was the best of the bunch so they.started to look into what it would take.to get the BA R and what they wanted was.the technical package because they.wanted to manufacture it in France if.another war broke out they did not want.to be dependent on anyone else to supply.them with a critical type of weapon like.a light machine gun well that didn't.work out I don't know exactly what Colt.wanted for royalties to licensed.production of the BA R but it was too.much for the French to accept and so.they turned down that idea and he did.something new.well the idea came up from one of the.testing officers of why don't we take.the shot teller Oh Arsenal and we'll.just design a new gun and let's be.honest here part of the rationale for.this was they just finished a trial of.looking at pretty much everything that.was available on the market they're.gonna take the best elements of every.gun that they can come up with and.create a new light machine gun using all.of those ideal elements this is kind of.like what the Japanese did with the.arasaka that tech 3830 arasaka they sent.out a commission they looked at.everything that was on the market they.took the best ideas they could and.combined them into their own gun which.they made themselves without paying.royalties to anybody that's exactly what.the French wanted to do with this and.they did a pretty darn good job of it so.this looks like a more modern gun than.it actually is if you look at this a lot.of people are going to say oh it looks.like a brand or it looks like an Ambu.these are guns from the 1930s when the.shot lro here this design the first.prototype was finished in 1923 mid mid.to late 1923 and it didn't really change.it stayed in French reserve armories.until night until a 1980s was used or.capped by the John Deere memory until I.think 2004 this was a very long-lived.gun and it lived on in basically the.exact same configure.that it was first made in so if we are.to judge this gun by the state of.machine gun development in 1924 it's.really quite a substantial.accomplishment now it's not quite.perfect it does have a number of.elements to it where you go oh you know.that's that's pretty good but it could.have been a little bit better you could.improve this you can improve that so it.is generally a not very well known gun.because the French didn't really sell.these to anybody which is kind of.typical of the French military industry.it is state-run the vast majority of it.and they don't do a lot exporting so.these were used by French colonies in.Africa but that's about it.as a result there's not a lot of.experience that people have seeing these.in other places or other militaries.getting a chance to experiment with them.now there's one other thing we need to.talk about before we can start taking.this apart and that's the cartridge this.is chambered for the 75 by 54 millimeter.French cartridge it's very similar to.760 to NATO slightly lighter bullet.slightly lower velocity this actually.began as the 75 by 58 millimeter French.cartridge which was developed in the.early 1920s it was adopted in 1920 for.the development and the testing was kind.of going on in tandem with the.development of this light machine gun.and this was the most important single.element of the French the new French.armaments program because up until this.point they had been basically hobbled by.the eight millimeter labelled cartridge.that thing had a really big rim a really.heavy taper and it was extremely.impractical for use in detachable.magazines belts all manner of repeating.firearms the eight labelled cartridge.was not not ideal it was adopted in a.rush and they weren't able to get rid of.it before World War one they weren't.able to get rid of it during the war.when the war ended that thing was done.they're finally gonna take this.opportunity to get rid of that eight.millimeter labelled cartridge so they.developed the 75 French it's rimless.it's pretty much straight walled it.looks very much like 716 nato it's an.excellent cartridge except for one thing.the original 75 French as I said was 75.by 58 millimeter now the French had also.in addition to what they were developing.they had taken.a lot of military equipment as basically.war retribution from Germany this.included like a lot of Maxim guns German.Maxim guns in a millimeter Mauser these.are being used by French military units.in the colonies anyone who wasn't.frontline there are a lot of these.Maxim's floating around they make great.reserve reserve troop armament so what.they started having problems with was.people blowing up new 7/5 machine guns.and rifles and after a little.investigation what they discovered was.the cartridge looks very similar to.eight millimeter mauser in its original.incarnation and it will in fact chamber.in a 7-5 by 58 millimeter a 1924 pattern.chamber so the problem they had was.units that were using a millimeter.Mauser for some guns in 75 for others.the ammunition got swapped and if you.take an 8 millimeter round load it into.this magazine chamber it this is the.1924 version it'll go in and then when.you pull the trigger you're trying to.squeeze an 8 millimeter bullet down a.seven and a half millimeter barrel and.it causes massive problems and seriously.damages the gun and hopefully not the.shooter but possibly the shooter at the.same time we still see the same thing.today by the way if you shoot 556 and.300 blackout in your ARS be very careful.of which ammunition is going into which.gun because a 300 blackout in a 2 to 3.chamber will chamber and it will.detonate and it will do nasty things to.your rifle same thing is exactly what.was going on here the solution was to.shorten the 75 cartridge by 4.millimeters when they dropped it down.from 58 millimeters to 54 it was now.short enough that an eight millimeter.Mauser cartridge would not successfully.chamber in the gun problem is solved so.in 1929 the shot lro machine guns that.had already been made were all sent back.and were rebelled for the new cartridge.all further development of seven five.caliber French arms was done in this.1929 pattern and that's what leads us to.the formal designation for this which is.fusilli mitai you 24/24 and then.retrofitted in 29 for the new version of.the cartridge.now understanding all of that let's take.a closer look at the internals of this.and the little features what they did.right what was really good in 1924 and.what still could have been improved.while we're looking at this I want you.to remember the whole time that this is.a gun that was actually in combat before.the zb-26 was even fully developed so it.kind of in some ways its reputation.suffers from the fact that it's better.than it should have been at the time.because it's not as good as it could.have been by the 1930s anyway as far as.form factor goes we're looking at a.fixed barrel light machine gun there is.no quick change barrel option on this.that's an Armorer's job and not done in.the field we have a top mounted magazine.holds 25 rounds and a nice quick.magazine release system we have two.triggers down here the front trigger is.for semi-auto and the rear trigger is.for full auto and we have a safety lever.right here for fire and safe the.charging handle is of the non.reciprocating type the gun of course.fires from an open bolt so you charge.the charge the bolt open and then push.the charging handle forward and it will.stay there until you need to use it.again in accordance with the top mounted.magazine the rear sight is offset to the.left it is a flip open sight so when.you're not actually using it you can.stow it away like this to prevent it.from being damaged or catching on.anything and we do have a tangent rear.sight that goes out to 2,000 meters and.the front sight here is of course also.offset to the left having learned a.thing or two in World War one they put a.nice effective dust cover on it first.off this is currently pinned in place.it's held in the open position so that.it doesn't flop around in order to set.the dust cover up you actually have to.pull this pin that sits in that hole so.you lift this open this way to release.it and you can flip this over that.covers up the magazine well and then we.pivot it down and there is actually a.locking lever right there.to hold that dust cover in place over.the ejection.once you've got that done this is your.magazine release button we can actually.fold that down fold the site lock the.magazine release in place so that it.doesn't catch on anything either and.you've taken a gun that has a lot of.stuff hanging off of it and you've.actually made it relatively smooth.sighted now should you need to actually.engage the gun you don't have to mess.around with this what you do is hit that.switch this comes up drop that over and.it locks in place and when you lock in a.magazine the magazine release button.automatically pops up ready to use when.you need it one other feature that I.particularly like about the shot teller.row is this chunky big grip on the.bottom hand guard there if you think.about the guns of this period both.before and after they typically are.going to have carry handles on the top.but not any way to hold them that might.allow for shooting from the shoulder or.from the hip if necessary and the shot.lro fixes that this is not only a great.place you can hold on to the gun without.burning yourself on any hot part of the.action it's also mounted right at the.balance point so it's about as.comfortable as it can get.carrying a basically 20-pound rifle this.is 8.9 kilos or like 19.6 pounds I much.prefer this to a carry handle on top.like the zb-26 for example now the bipod.on the shuttle arrow has some good.features and some bad on the good side.it's a lot more stable than the show.shot bipod had been it has a limited.travel forward and back so it won't.collapse on you if you push into it or.pull back on it however it does spin 180.degrees or 360 degrees until you hit.your camera tripod stand and it tends to.just really fly around like this when.you're moving with it however it does.also have some limited ability to gimbal.a bit and allow you to pan and tilt gun.without having to move the bipod feet so.it would have been nice if it were a.little bit honestly if it were a little.bit less mobile maybe control the swing.here through some mechanical mean.but you know they got some stuff right.it's definitely better than the show.shop iPod and that's a good start when.not in use.the bipod folds up like so and then it's.up here alongside the barrel in fact.there are little cutouts in the feet to.allow it to hook over the barrel and gas.tube like that disassembly is pretty.easy.well of course start by taking the.magazine out and then we're going to.remove this screw this is basically a.pin but it's threaded into the receiver.so unscrew it there we go and then I can.just pull it out that one pin locks in.both the grip frame and the buttstock.so with it out both of these pieces can.come off now that simplicity is really.nice but in one of these instances of.they did pretty good but it could have.been a little better.this isn't captive so this is an easy.piece to potentially lose on the bright.side it's only one piece that's.necessary to hold all of this together.once the buttstock is off we can take.the bolt and gas piston assembly out.those come out as a single unit again.nice and handy now we have our bolt gas.piston operating rod assembly we also.have our ejector rod which comes out and.is a loose piece this is another part.where you know I guess it's easy to.replace if it breaks it looks pretty.resilient but it's another loose piece.and it's it's something that's this is.not a good part of the design so they.could have done this better I'll show.you how this goes back in when we're.done taking the gun apart the recoil.spring is captive inside the gas piston.that works fine as long as the gas.piston doesn't get too hot and this.design it never really did the place.that this typically caused problems is.when the gas the when the recoil spring.was Wow.around the outside of the gas piston now.mechanically this locks by having a.vertically traveling or tilting bolt our.locking surface is right here on the.bolt when it pushes back it lifts up on.this connecting pin and it locks against.this piece right here.that's your locking shoulder which can.be removed from the gun and replaced so.if you have a headspace problem you.don't have to worry about replacing the.bolt or the receiver you just put in a.new properly sized locking shoulder and.you're good to go.you'll notice that as a size three.locking shoulder I can take this down a.little bit farther by poking out the.connecting pin here with 12 allow me to.pull the bolt off you can see that we.have a fixed firing pin right here.that's a really good thing this whole.system is really quite good a bit.reminiscent of the var honestly a little.bit reminiscent to the 1911 in some ways.with these two swinging toggle links.however not quite ideal the the check.zb-26 would do this type of locking a.little bit better by having fewer moving.parts in the system instead of a.swinging toggle link it had basically a.ramp built into the bolt carrier so of.course the gun fires from an open bolt.and this fixed firing pin means that it.cannot possibly fire until the bolts in.battery because if the bolts not in.battery has moved forward and if it's.moved forward the firing pin doesn't.protrude through so right there in fact.the bolt is in battery at this point and.then has to travel a little bit farther.before the firing pin comes through this.is a nice resilient safe strong and and.overall a very good action maybe not.perfect but really quite good however.it's not quite perfect because remember.we still have this loose ejector rod.this thing actually locks into the.receiver in this little slot right there.so it goes in and then it runs through.the length of the bolt and protrudes out.the front when the bolt is all the way.back it's a simple design it's a.resilient design the problem is you know.it's like 90% good because all that's.fine except you're left.the part that kind of falls out when you.disassemble the gun my hands are a.little greasy here from working with.this this can easily fall out and get.lossing this ejector rod can also.potentially cause malfunctions it is.supposed to sit like this with this side.locked into the receiver so that when.the bolt cycles backwards this protrudes.out and ejects the case however and this.was the case the first time I.disassembled this gun it can be put in.backwards like this and if you do that.it just jams up the cycling of the gun.when you try to run the bolt so not.ideal the trigger mechanism here as as I.pointed out earlier has two triggers the.full auto trigger simply drops this sear.at the back allowing the gun to fire as.long as it's held the front trigger has.this disconnect ER mechanism built into.it so it's going to do the same thing.and drop the sear but when you pull it.all the way through it snaps over and.this year comes back up so here's a cool.clever bit of engineering this is the.bottom of the opera and the recoil.spring is held down in here inside the.Opera when this goes all the way forward.the back of the spring is right there.and when I hook the trigger group in.this hook goes over that pin which locks.it in place.and then this hook on the front of the.trigger assembly actually holds against.the front or back I suppose it would be.of the recoil spring forcing it to.compress when the gas piston moves so.that's what allows me to just drop this.in without any spring tension but as.soon as this piece goes in you can see.it hook down there once it goes in now.when I try to pull the bolt handle back.I have spring tension on it really quite.slick and clever and lastly to finish.reassembling the gun I've got the.ejector rod in there by the way it would.be very easy to forget and leave that.out and have no ejection the last thing.I do is I'm going to take the hook at.the top of the buttstock.and hook that up in the receiver and.I've got the pistol.hooked in there those are going to come.together right here and then I just put.this one connecting in back in and.thread it down and the guns ready to go.well production of these started in 1925.and it ran till after World War Two was.over in total almost a hundred and.ninety thousand of these were.manufactured so not a trivial amount by.any stretch as I mentioned earlier they.stayed in French service for a quite a.long time in front-line service they.were eventually replaced by the belt-fed.AAT 52 but continued to be used for many.years after that as secondary guns they.haven't seen much use here in the United.States there aren't a whole lot of them.around here the magazines however.actually are quite readily accessible in.the u.s. a lot of those got imported for.some reason and by all accounts this.should be a fantastic little gun to.shoot if you're interested in having.yourself and doing some of that shooting.yourself take a look at the description.text below you'll find a link there to.rock island's catalog page on this.particular example and that show that.will show you their pictures their.description their price estimates all.that sort of stuff and if you'd like to.have it you can place a bid online or.over their website well online or over.the phone or you can come here and.participate in the auction yourself the.I believe second weekend of September.September 8th through 10th thanks for.watching.you.

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