German Machine Guns of World War II



Today is a special treat of a video if I do say so myself! We go down to DriveTanks.com and get some ranch time with some of the rare German machine guns that saw use during WW2! I was stoked to make this video, and hopefully it’s just as fun to watch!

Again, thanks to DriveTanks.com for having us out with the Gun Drummer crew!

And thanks to SDI for sponsoring! Go to SDI.edu for more info!
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My name is Brandon Herrera. I’m the owner and operator of The AK Guy Inc, a 07 Firearm Manufacturer based out of Fayetteville, NC. I also co-own Stark Media Group, and designed the rifle known as the AK-50.

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49 comments

  1. Glorious video! I need to get out to AZ for a shootout pay generously for the opportunity to go down range with a legendary relic like these. Bolt action 8mm Mauser is a bunch of fun but, semi and fully auto sounds like a blast. Good stuff.

  2. My parents are from Nicaragua and my dad’s side of the family are German-Nicaraguan. My dad’s always been proud of his German heritage to the point where he’s pro-German in almost every political discussion and he loves everything German. His favorite food? German. Favorite cars? German. Favorite engineering? German. Favorite guns? German lol 🇳🇮🇩🇪 but he has a good point, German guns are the best

  3. Sad times, while working as a station commander years ago, also an FFL dealer that can handle cass-3 weapons, our department took in an original StG 44 Assault Rifle; I tried to finagle the rifle from our property personnel, since the weapon was going to police action. Another Captain knew what this weapon was and since he had more authority-seniority over me, he was going to get the weapon, so I called BATF; they came and took possession of the weapon in question.

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