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The SIG KE7 is a recoil operated, air cooled light machine gun. A joint collaboration between SIG's chief engineer Gotthard End and Hungarian draftsman Pál de Király, production of the KE7 started in 1929 in Switzerland until 1938. While the weapon saw export sales, it was never used domestically by the Swiss Army. The weapon features a curved by magazine which is capable of holding 25 rounds.
"Even though this light machine gun was designed in Switzerland, the Swiss army never used it. It had a quick-change barrel, and a selective fire mode similar to that on many submachine guns."