Bergmann MP18

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The Bergmann MP18 was designed by Hugo Schmeisser in 1915 at the Bergmann Waffenfabrik factory. It was designed to fulfill the requirements established by the German Rifle Testing Commission. When the weapon was completed it was designated the Maschinenpistole 18/I or MP18/I. The weapons finished and the parts all fitted by hand at near commercial grade quality. The MP18/I went into production in early 1918 using the 32rd snail drum magazine used in the P08 Luger. Issued in the final stages of World War I at least 5,000 MP18/I were built and issued before the war ended. The weapon was outlawed for German Military use by the Treaty of Versailles but small quantity was issued the Weimar Republic for police use. The Weimar Republic weapons are converted to use MP28 stick mags as the 32rd drum was also banned by the Treaty of Versailles. The design was improved upon and manufactured in Belgium for export as the Schmeisser MP28/II

Bergmann MP18 Sub Machine Gun with 32 round Drum - 9x19mm
Bergmann MP18 Sub Machine Gun with 20 round Box Mag - 9x19mm

Contents

Specifications

Type: Sub-machine gun

Caliber: 9x19mm Parabellum

Capacity: 32 cartridges (drum), 20 cartridges (box)

Fire Modes: Fully Automatic (450 RPM)


The Bergmann MP18 appears in the following movies, TV shows, and video games:

Bergmann MP18

Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
The Land That Time Forgot Declan Mulholland Olson 1975
Biggles: Adventures in Time Fiona Hutchison Debbie 1986
Alex Hyde-White Jim Ferguson
German Officer
Richard III Richard's soldiers 1995
Michael Collins An IRA terrorist 1996
The Pianist A German Medic and SS soldiers 2002
Deathwatch Jamie Bell Pvt. Charlie Shakespeare 2002
Shanghai Japanese Kempeitai officers 2010

Anime

Character Film Title Note Date
A member of the "Sect" Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade . 1998

Video Games

Game Title Mods Notations Release Date
Battlefield: 1942 . . 2002
Forgotten Hope . . 2003
Darkest of Days . . 2009


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