Australian .303 BREN LIGHT MACHINE GUN
  • Australian .303 BREN LIGHT MACHINE GUN
  • Australian .303 BREN LIGHT MACHINE GUN

Australian .303 BREN LIGHT MACHINE GUN

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Australian .303 BREN LIGHT MACHINE GUN

 By I Skennerton

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.303 Australian .303 BREN LIGHT MACHINE GUN WW2 KOKODA

 

Rare expert knowledge and commentary . Parts ID Lists Exploded Parts Drawings Amourers Instructions Rifle Notes Stripping and Assembly Accessories and Ancillaries.
The narrative is supported by a wealth of photographs and drawings depicting each gun type.

The Bren was considered a reliable and effective light machine gun used during WW2. Made by Britain in the 1930s and used in various roles until 1992. Bren guns were also produced outside of Britain.

In Canada, the John Inglis plant in Toronto began tooling its facilities for production in 1938; the first of 186,000 examples was completed in March 1940. Some of the Inglis-built Bren guns were chambered for the 7.92-millimeter Mauser ammunition; these were destined for export to Nationalist Chinese forces rather than for British and Commonwealth forces.

In Australia, the Lithgow Small Arms Factory in New South Wales began building Bren guns in 1940; a total of 17,249 were built.

Ian Skinnerton is Australia's foremost historian and acknowledged military gun expert. His books and advice are sought after throughout the world especially by arm collectors.

This is your chance to obtain his well known and highly regarded books.

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Book Condition:
PERFECT - NEW BOOK
Total Pages:
48
Dimensions in mm :
210 x 270

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