Solothurn 31.M Golyószóró
General Historical Information
Place of origin Germany
Designer Louis Stange
Manufacturer Steyr-Daimler-Puch
Produced In 1930-1945
Rate of Fire 600–800 RPM
Magazine 25 rounds
Ammunition 8×56mmR 31.M
General Ingame Information
Used by Hungary
Germany (MG 30)
Poland (Resistance)

Development of the MG 30 took place under the direction of Louis Stange at Rheinmetall's Sömmerda office. Production soon followed, entering the armed forces of Germany and Switzerland as the Solothurn S2-100 and Maschinengewehr Solothurn 1930, or MG 30, respectively. 2000-3000 were also purchased by Hungary, where it was known as the Solothurn 31.M Golyószóró.

The MG 30 fired both in semi-automatic and full automatic mode depending on how far the two-stage trigger is pulled, with a rate of fire between 600 and 800 rounds per minute in full-auto. It included a folding bipod attached two thirds down the barrel.^

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