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There are some “MG42s” (read: MG3s that were converted from MG42 frames, so basically MG1A3s) that remain in service, however they are not free to fire. They are used for dry training sessions to get recruits used to the weapon.

The frame wouldn’t be able to survive shooting anymore after over 70 years of nearly constant service. The bolts will start to break and the welding starts to tear on those guns.

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