Prado machine gun

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Prado machine gun
Prado SMG.jpg
Type Machine gun
Place of origin  Argentina
Production history
Designer Roberto Prado
Designed 1900
Specifications
Cartridge 7.65×53mm Argentine
Caliber 7.65mm
Barrels 2
Action Hand crank
Feed system Detatchable box magazines
Sights Iron

The Prado machine gun (Spanish: Ametralladora Prado) is a machine gun of Argentine origin. The weapon is manually operated and has twin barrels and fed from magazines.[1]

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