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Bren Gun Identification

Article about: I thought it might be usefull, to post some pictures and information on the different marks of Bren gun and the spare barrel holder and spares wallet. This first gun is a 1938 Mk1.It has the

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    I like that photo, shows plenty of Hispano drum mags.

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    I have always thought that as weapon manufacturing goes, the Brits have been grossly underrated. They have come up with amazing pistols and rifles, going all the way back to the Brown Bess. She was by far the Queen of her day. The Shotguns they made for fowling were the best in the world. In my opinion, they still are.

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    Is this post the correct place to attach these pics?

    Rare Bren barrel?

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    Not really it's a MK2 barrel with BF bulleted blank attachment.

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    Another Beatifull Pics!
    Pre WWII maneuvers

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    Some interesting stuff on here guys.. So thanks for the info. Cheers Terry.

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