Anyone have a Madsen
I'm just asking out of curiosity, mainly because it is the only unusual machine gun I've ever laid hands on, even if it was de-milled. Also, it is the most unusual machine gun I've ever seen in a movie, which was a 1960s Danish monster movie. The movie also had a good scene at Tivoli Gardens but there was no shooting or monster.
For a gun that was in use for so long in so many places and in so many different calibers, it seems to be rarely mentioned anywhere. On the other hand, it may not have been produced in very large numbers either. But the one I got to examine was hardly new in the box and in fact there was no box.
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