Browning automatic rifle

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a portable .30 caliber automatic rifle operated by gas pressure and fed by cartridges from a magazine

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Patterson will have an arsenal of new weapons, ranging from the Springfield Sniper Rifle and Panzerschreck rocket launcher, to the return of the ever-popular Browning Automatic Rifle.
Over the past 20 years, 00W has developed and patented a fascinating line of semiautomatic-only versions of a number of iconic machine guns, to include the 1918A3-SLR based upon the famous M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle of World War II and Korean War fame, the M240-SLR, which was derived from the U.
He was awarded the Silver Star for gallantry in action by placing himself voluntarily in advance of his company and his pinned down platoon, while disregarding continuous and murderous enemy artillery, mortar, small arms fire, and wiping out 8 enemy machine gun nests with his Browning Automatic Rifle over 2 days of battle, May 11-12, 1944, until he was gravely wounded on Hill 316 near Ventosa, Italy.
1957--The Army adopts the M-14 rifle to replace the M-1, the Browning automatic rifle and M-1 carbine.
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.
Players can utilize a total of 12 authentic WWII era weapons, including an American Colt 45, American M-1 Garand Rifle and Browning Automatic Rifle.
The Americans, as always ill-prepared for the war, were forced by expediency to field the Chauchat in substantial quantities, as their Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) did not see action until the Meuse-Argonne offensive toward the end of the war in September of 1918.
Figures taken from the book Rock In A Hard Place, The Browning Automatic Rifle by James L.
An educated and thoughtful soldier, Neill took his position as a Browning Automatic Rifle operator with the division's 3d Battalion, 395th Regiment.
army adopted the M14 rifle, which was intended to replace the M1 Garand rifle, M1 Carbine, M3A1 submachine gun and the Browning Automatic Rifle.