barrel retained by lever-headed through-pin, butt retained by a sprung button and threaded bolt, wide trunnions, brass fairing over ejector port, rearmost 3 cooling fins cut away in lower right quadrant, part of mounting attached to underside of receiver
Turkey's use of Hotchkiss machine-guns is not noted in any published source. However the Imperial War Museum possesses two examples (see also FIR 9274), both chambered for Turkish 7.65mm calibre ammunition.
Accession record makes reference to the fact that the feed block was disposed of in 1931.
1. stamped on left of receiver
2-3. stamped on rear of top cover
4. stamped on rearsight