Browning automatic rifle


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Browning automatic rifle

[′brau̇·niŋ ȯd·ə′mad·ik ′rī·fəl]
(ordnance)
A gas-operated weapon whose cyclical rate of fire is adjustable but which is capable of firing 200-350 rounds per minute.
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The combined daily production of all three manufacturers was 706 and a total of approximately 52,000 Browning Automatic Rifles was delivered from all sources.
They are the Gibbs Rifle Company's US Model 1903A4 sniper rifle I wrote up in April's issue, and an Ohio Ordnance Works US Model 1918A3 Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR).
I have my machete in my left hand, and a Browning Automatic Rifle in my right.
30 caliber Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR), a full-auto-only arm, was a legend and almost in a class by itself by the time of the Korean War.
The US Model 1918A2 Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) .
Among American troops perhaps the most venerated infantry weapon was the Browning Automatic Rifle, Model 1918A2, commonly called the BAR.
His Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) developed too late to be a factor in World War I, became the standard squad automatic weapon in World War II for both the US Army and US Marine Corps.
Last but certainly not least the Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) was the backbone of every Marine rifle company on Iwo.
These were the M1 Garand semiauto rifle, M1918 Browning automatic rifle and the M1919 air cooled medium machine gun.