Knötgen automatic rifle
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|Knötgen automatic rifle|
|Place of origin||German Empire|
|Feed system||Detachable box magazine|
The Knötgen automatic rifle is a two barrel, magazine fed light machine gun using a delayed blowback operation. It uses two bolts and has a spring buffer and cocking lever in the stock. It was the first firearm to have a pistol grip inserted magazine.