The Browning Automatic Rifle For WWI by Ron Spomer and Ashley Hlebinsky
A big dose of firearms history here...the BAR: the Browning Automatic Rifle. Winchester was contracted to produce some 47,000 of these automatic rifles that were used in World War I.
The first sample of this weapon is held at the Cody Firearms Museum in Cody, WY. Pretty historic – pretty cool. Come along on this video from Winchester that celebrates our 150th Anniversary.
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