MG 08/15 or colloquialy known as "Null-acht-fünfzehn" was lightened and thus more portable version of standard WWI German Army's machine gun adaptation of Hiram S. Maxim's original 1884 Maxim gun. It was tested as a prototype in 1915. The MG 08/15 had been designed to be manned by four trained infantrymen spread on the ground around the gun and in the prone position. To accomplish that purpose, the MG 08/15 featured a short bipod rather than a heavy four legged sled mount, plus a wooden gunstock and a pistol grip. At 18 kg, the MG 08/15 was lighter and less cumbersome than the standard MG 08, since the MG 08/15 had been designed to provide increased mobility of infantry automatic fire. It nevertheless remained a bulky water-cooled weapon that was quite demanding on the quality and training of its crews. Accurate fire was difficult to achieve and usually in short bursts only.

Included are:
Poser ERC Figures:
MG 08/15 machine gun
Ammo Drum

(Smart) Props
Muzzle Flash
Spent Shells
Morphing Gun Strap
Hose and Water Can
Ammo Belt

MG in M4 Right Hand
M4 Upper Body Poses
M4 Standing
M4 Kneeling
M4 Lying

Scaled to poser people, 4kx4k textures intended for close range projects. Unpacked runtime size: 55 MB

Software: Poser 7+

Compatible figures: Michael 4

Compatible figures: 
Props for Poser and Daz Studio