Browning Automatic Rifle
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John M. Browning filed a partent for the Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) on 1 August, 1917 and the rifle was in combat by 1918.
The original Browning Automatic Rifle could fire 550 rounds of .30-06 ammunition a minute.
The Browning Automatic Rifle was used by the U.S. military through WWII and the Korean conflict. A few Browning Automatic Rifles even saw service in Vietnam.
The U.S. military adopted three variations of the Browning Automatic Rifle:
In 1967, a sporting version of the Browning Automatic Rifle was introduced.
The rifle pictured above is a BAR Lightweight Stalker.
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The BAR is a gas-operated, air-cooled, magazine-fed weapon. As built for the U.S. military, the BAR was chambered for the standard service round of that period, the .30-06 Springfield. It weighed from 16 to 19 pounds (7.3 to 8.6 kg) empty, depending upon the model. Magazine capacity was 20 rounds.
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