COMBINED SERVICE FORCES (Hsing-Hua Arsenal) MG75 (a.k.a T75-MG)
FOLLOWING INFORMATIONS FROM: http://www.geocities.com/Pentagon/Camp/3592/CSF_205.htm The .5'56X45mm-MATO "MINIMI" Squad Automatic Weapon is probably the most famous and widespread Light Support Weapon currently existing. It is made in Belgium by FN, and in the U.S.A. in the FN plants of South Carolina as the M249-SAW. FN directly ships it to many european armed forces (including British Army), although it's also license made in Italy (by BERETTA), in Australia (by ADI, formerly Lithgow, as the F89; this version is also shipped to New Zealand forces), in Canada (by DIEMACO, as the C9), in Japan (by Sumitomo Heavy Industries, as the M249). AND IN TAIWAN, AS THE T75-MG, OR MG75, BY COMBINED SERVICE FORCES (Hsing-Hua
Arsenal). The MG75/T75-MG Minimi version is actually pretty similar to the Australian, Canadian and Japanese versions: features a skeleton folding stock, a different hand guard, and feeds not only with an ammunition belt but also with standard STANAG magazines (which characteristic was introduced in the Italian license-made version of the Minimi, called BERETTA MINIMI, as I know). The MG75/T75-MG fires the standard 5'56-NATO cartridge, in semi-auto or full-auto fire.
Picture and information courtesy of: PIERANGELO TENDAS