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Degtyaryov DP-28
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Cpt.Dann Oct 1 2011, 2:38pm says:

I love how those magazines remind me of pancakes. Mmmm....

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dodek96_pl Oct 1 2011, 3:07pm replied:

A sweet death

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DUBONTIME™ Apr 18 2012, 6:28pm replied:

nice model

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Crescent. Oct 1 2011, 2:54pm says:

I've Seen those in Call of Duty: United Offencive, I'd like those ones :P

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AirborneSn1p3r Oct 3 2011, 12:44pm replied:

Finest hour had them as well, they were really cool :)

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MARiN3 Oct 1 2011, 3:35pm says:

Nothing compared to a good ol' MG42

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Phenixtri Oct 1 2011, 10:46pm replied:

Its older belt fed cousin the RP-46 could give the MG34/42 a run for their money fear not >;)

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BobbyTheGreatCZ Oct 1 2011, 3:42pm says:

Dinner Plate-28 :D Nice

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Sgt_V3n0m Oct 1 2011, 3:54pm says:

I remember that when I first played with this gun in CoD:WaW I called it the "Frying Pan". Still do actually! :D

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Trooper425 Oct 1 2011, 4:39pm says:

When Bf1942 updated and replaced the BAR with this for the Soviets it was the coolest thing ever... Until now. :)

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Eglaerinion Oct 5 2011, 11:13am replied:

This one is properly animated though. :D

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DUBONTIME™ Oct 1 2011, 10:43pm says:

i called it pizza gun

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ImperialKaskins Oct 2 2011, 6:38am says:

Bren Gun is better then this but this has more bullets if not mistaken.

Nice model

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jollyross69 Oct 2 2011, 6:59am says:

**** yea Red army here we come!

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Kraetzer Oct 2 2011, 7:51am says:

Played with it first time in CoD Finest Hour, remember there was only one Mission with it and i played it so often cause of the MG :p

But tbh only the Design is special, everything else is crap

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Haddock67 Oct 2 2011, 8:44am says:

The food is served fascist pigs.

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Airaviper Oct 2 2011, 8:49pm says:


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Airaviper Oct 2 2011, 8:49pm says:

Double post

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ArkaZeen Oct 4 2011, 4:53pm says:


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ShOoT13 Oct 8 2011, 12:51pm says:

А разве не PD-28?

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Caselius Oct 21 2011, 1:49am says:

Ahh DP-28 "Emma" Machinegun, cant wait to fire with that to attacking soviets!

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Wildmen Dec 21 2011, 9:47am says:

Degtyarev - that right.

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Nicknamed the 'Record Player' by the Soviet army, the DP was a cheap and reliable machine gun that started out in 1928. It quickly gained a reputation for being able to withstand sand and mud, and still come out able to fire off more than 500 rounds. The DP did have its share of drawbacks however. The bipod was weak and was unable to handle the abuse of firing the large 7.62mm rounds. Another problem came from the distinctive pan-style magazine on top. Capable of only holding 47 rounds, the DP was less effective at sustained fire than its belt-fed counterparts, since re-loading each magazine took so long. The DP saw Soviet front line service from 1928 to 1960, with approximately 795,000 made, including many sub-variants and licensed remakes. The DP-28 was made by Seth Soldier.

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