The Standschütze Hellriegel 1915 is an Austro-Hungarian water-cooled Heavy Submachine gun produced during World War I in very limited numbers. It could be fed from standard box magazines, or from a large drum magazine which was not actually connected to the weapon and instead fed the cartridges through a flexible chute. The weapon did not survived until present days, only three photographs from gun testing remain. Photos are presumably from October 1915. The archival entry indicates that the weapon was named after someone with the second name Hellriegel. While the Standschützen may refer to the designer being a member of the Austro-Hungarian reserve force, the Standschützen, which was raised to defend the Austrian states of Tyrol and Vorarlberg.
What is included:
Standschütze Hellriegel M1915
Poser ERC figure
Dark and Light texture variants
Shoulder, Hip, Prone and Kneel Poses
Gun Setup Pose
M4 RH and LH utility Poses
Scaled to poser people, 4kx4k textures, product is intended for closeups, selected dials with limits on, suitable for animations. ERC coding for synchronized Movement. Unpacked Runtime Size: 38 MB. Historical Reconstruction.
Compatible figures: Michael 4