Shot my share of MG's in the Army. I still liked the M60, but it is suppressive fire not accurate fire. I have 2 .22's that I will probably never shoot, given to me for fixing a Kel-Tec 380 a guy carried for a year, then shot it and killed the trigger. He also had a WWII bring back, a Bavarian Police Colt 38 spl we gave to them during occupation, his dad was the Chief of Police in Batavia until he retired, when he did they gifted him the firearms unrecovered in the evidence room. The previous owner had thickened the grips with epoxy. Two layers black over orange. It chipped off and the best part is that it did not stick to the lacquer on the grips, only to the screw heads and the frame, It was in almost mint condition.
The 22's are a Phoenix and some little revolver, though they may shoot they are junk guns. My Boss's wife gave me an Ithaca model 37 Police special 12g, all black steel with wood slide, it is also the model that can be slam fired, just hold the trigger and rack it, the Boss died 5 years ago, He had 3 pages notebook papers worth of guns.