The BAR had a flaw and I always wanted a potato digger.
I didn’t mean to kill your thread, I sorry.
Watch talkin 'bout, Willis?
I didn’t know much about JMB prior to watching these videos. He did prefer 9mm to .45 though, he knew stuff.
Here’s a J.M. Browning design that didn’t stay fresh . . . or not.
Notice the Remington Model 8 (with law enforcement extended magazine) and the AK-47. The Browning design was long recoil and the AK is gas piston. . . but the receiver and safety are uncommonly familiar.
Thompson is the one that said make it bigger. Because of the famous problem in the PI.
The most prolific gun designer that ever lived
The browning museum in Ogden Utah is amazing
He filed more firearm patents than any designer ever
Did not know this.
Moses divided the Red Sea. John Moses Browning divided time. Before and after 1911.
Technically, Moses didn’t divide anything, and it was a sea of reeds. But that is another thread in another sub forum. Great quote anyway.
Do we know why the 1911 5in gun is labeled govt ?
because he gave the patent and tech pack to the US Government without accepting any royalties at the outbreak of the First World War
I didn’t know that
Winner winner chicken dinner