The Maxim M/32-33 is a Finnish modification of the Russian M1910 Maxim, developed by Aimo Lahti in 1932. The weapon was able to fire at the rate of 850 rounds/min, while the Russian M1910 and earlier Finnish M09-21 were capable of 600 rounds /min. The reason was not only that Aimo Lahti was ordered to develop the weapon with a new metallic ammunition belt but also because of other improvements, such as accelerator mechanism and muzzle booster. Other improvements had Maxim M/32-33's whole handle part were redesigned and installation point for optical sight was added.

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  • The Maxim M/32-33 is a Finnish modification of the Russian M1910 Maxim, developed by Aimo Lahti in 1932. The weapon was able to fire at the rate of 850 rounds/min, while the Russian M1910 and earlier Finnish M09-21 were capable of 600 rounds /min. The reason was not only that Aimo Lahti was ordered to develop the weapon with a new metallic ammunition belt but also because of other improvements, such as accelerator mechanism and muzzle booster. Other improvements had Maxim M/32-33's whole handle part were redesigned and installation point for optical sight was added. Unlike all the other Finnish Maxims, the Maxim M/32-33 was designed to be suitable for anti-aircraft usage from the beginning. Tripod M/32 was designed and issued with extra parts allowing it to be easily modified as an anti-aircraft mount and accessories for anti-aircraft shooting were included. The last improvement to the M/32-33 was adding a snow filling cap to the water jacket, this way snow could be used instead of water in winter, so there was no need to carry and taking care of 3 kg of coolant water in winter. This feature was copied in the late Russian World War II Maxim variant. Some few hundred early M/09s were modified into M/32s by Gun Depot 1 between 1933-1935. These weapons have also been called M/09-32s. (en)
  • Maxim M/32-33 – fiński ciężki karabin maszynowy. (pl)
  • Maxim M/32-33 — финский станковый пулемёт с водяным охлаждением, представляет собой вариант русского пулемёта образца 1910 года. M/32-33 был разработан финским оружейником Аймо Лахти в 1932 году, мог стрелять с темпом стрельбы 800 выстр./мин., в то время как русский пулемёт образца 1910 года стрелял с темпом 600 выстр./мин.; помимо этого «Максим» M/32-33 имел ряд других новшеств. Пулемёт активно применялся финской стороной в советско-финской войне. (ru)
  • 馬克沁M/32-33(英语:Maxim M/32-33)是一種由芬兰槍械工程師艾莫·拉提以俄罗斯M1910重機槍修改研發的重机枪,發射7.62×53毫米R步枪子彈。 (zh)
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  • Maxim M/32-33 – fiński ciężki karabin maszynowy. (pl)
  • Maxim M/32-33 — финский станковый пулемёт с водяным охлаждением, представляет собой вариант русского пулемёта образца 1910 года. M/32-33 был разработан финским оружейником Аймо Лахти в 1932 году, мог стрелять с темпом стрельбы 800 выстр./мин., в то время как русский пулемёт образца 1910 года стрелял с темпом 600 выстр./мин.; помимо этого «Максим» M/32-33 имел ряд других новшеств. Пулемёт активно применялся финской стороной в советско-финской войне. (ru)
  • 馬克沁M/32-33(英语:Maxim M/32-33)是一種由芬兰槍械工程師艾莫·拉提以俄罗斯M1910重機槍修改研發的重机枪,發射7.62×53毫米R步枪子彈。 (zh)
  • The Maxim M/32-33 is a Finnish modification of the Russian M1910 Maxim, developed by Aimo Lahti in 1932. The weapon was able to fire at the rate of 850 rounds/min, while the Russian M1910 and earlier Finnish M09-21 were capable of 600 rounds /min. The reason was not only that Aimo Lahti was ordered to develop the weapon with a new metallic ammunition belt but also because of other improvements, such as accelerator mechanism and muzzle booster. Other improvements had Maxim M/32-33's whole handle part were redesigned and installation point for optical sight was added. (en)
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  • Maxim M/32-33 (en)
  • Karabin maszynowy Maxim M/32-33 (pl)
  • M/32-33 (ru)
  • 馬克沁M/32-33重機槍 (zh)
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  • 7,62 mm Maxim M/32-33 (en)
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