You’ve saved your money and decided to take the plunge into full-auto firearms. Which SMG to choose? Kokalis says you won’t go wrong with this Danish-made star of films like The Godfather. Read more about it in the Jan. 1 issue of SGN.
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The Madsen’s most notable screen appearance was in the 1972 Mafia epic “The Godfather.” In this classic sequence, you can see the Madsen being assembled at 43 seconds, carried at 2:45 and put to fatal use at 4:17. The actual Madsens used in the film were auctioned in the last couple of years.
Sturdy and reliable, the Danish Madsen M50 was fielded in Latin America and the Far East during the 1950s and 1960s. Kokalis recommends it for the beginner.
When placed together, the two receiver halves become the receiver body with two hinges at the rear, which are also the pivot points for the folding buttstock.