Browning BAR Adopted by U.S. Army

Browning BAR adopted by U.S. Army
Feb 27, 1917

Adopted by the U.S. Army as the “Model 1918” – or M1918.

“On May 1, 1917, the Secretary of War convened an ordnance panel to test and recommend for adoption a light machine gun or automatic rifle. Browning’s was quickly adopted. It was known as the Browning Automatic Rifle’ and was soon referred to primarily by its initials ‘B-A-R.’ The BAR was chambered for the standard M1906 (.30-’06) cartridge and was capable of semi-automatic or fully automatic operation at the rate of some 550 rounds per minute.”

John Browning invented the “Browning Automatic Rifle” (“BAR”)

Browning BAR Demonstrated to U.S. Army

Browning BAR adopted by U.S. Army
Feb 27, 1917

Adopted by the U.S. Army as the “Model 1918” – or M1918.

“On May 1, 1917, the Secretary of War convened an ordnance panel to test and recommend for adoption a light machine gun or automatic rifle. Browning’s was quickly adopted. It was known as the Browning Automatic Rifle’ and was soon referred to primarily by its initials ‘B-A-R.’ The BAR was chambered for the standard M1906 (.30-’06) cartridge and was capable of semi-automatic or fully automatic operation at the rate of some 550 rounds per minute.”

John Browning invented the “Browning Automatic Rifle” (“BAR”)

Browning BAR Adopted by U.S. Army

Browning BAR adopted by U.S. Army
Feb 27, 1917

Adopted by the U.S. Army as the “Model 1918” – or M1918.

“On May 1, 1917, the Secretary of War convened an ordnance panel to test and recommend for adoption a light machine gun or automatic rifle. Browning’s was quickly adopted. It was known as the Browning Automatic Rifle’ and was soon referred to primarily by its initials ‘B-A-R.’ The BAR was chambered for the standard M1906 (.30-’06) cartridge and was capable of semi-automatic or fully automatic operation at the rate of some 550 rounds per minute.”

John Browning invented the “Browning Automatic Rifle” (“BAR”)

Browning BAR Demonstrated to U.S. Army

Browning BAR adopted by U.S. Army
Feb 27, 1917

Adopted by the U.S. Army as the “Model 1918” – or M1918.

“On May 1, 1917, the Secretary of War convened an ordnance panel to test and recommend for adoption a light machine gun or automatic rifle. Browning’s was quickly adopted. It was known as the Browning Automatic Rifle’ and was soon referred to primarily by its initials ‘B-A-R.’ The BAR was chambered for the standard M1906 (.30-’06) cartridge and was capable of semi-automatic or fully automatic operation at the rate of some 550 rounds per minute.”

John Browning invented the “Browning Automatic Rifle” (“BAR”)

Browning BAR Adopted by U.S. Army

Browning BAR adopted by U.S. Army
Feb 27, 1917

Adopted by the U.S. Army as the “Model 1918” – or M1918.

“On May 1, 1917, the Secretary of War convened an ordnance panel to test and recommend for adoption a light machine gun or automatic rifle. Browning’s was quickly adopted. It was known as the Browning Automatic Rifle’ and was soon referred to primarily by its initials ‘B-A-R.’ The BAR was chambered for the standard M1906 (.30-’06) cartridge and was capable of semi-automatic or fully automatic operation at the rate of some 550 rounds per minute.”

John Browning invented the “Browning Automatic Rifle” (“BAR”)

Browning BAR Demonstrated to U.S. Army

Browning BAR adopted by U.S. Army
Feb 27, 1917

Adopted by the U.S. Army as the “Model 1918” – or M1918.

“On May 1, 1917, the Secretary of War convened an ordnance panel to test and recommend for adoption a light machine gun or automatic rifle. Browning’s was quickly adopted. It was known as the Browning Automatic Rifle’ and was soon referred to primarily by its initials ‘B-A-R.’ The BAR was chambered for the standard M1906 (.30-’06) cartridge and was capable of semi-automatic or fully automatic operation at the rate of some 550 rounds per minute.”

John Browning invented the “Browning Automatic Rifle” (“BAR”)

patent filed on the Browning Automatic Rifle B.A.R.

Aug. 1, 1917
Application for patent filed on the Browning Automatic Rifle. The B.A.R. first saw combat in 1918.
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Patent Filed on Browning Automatic Rifle B.A.R. (1917)

Aug. 1, 1917
Application for patent filed on the Browning Automatic Rifle. The B.A.R. first saw combat in 1918.
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patent filed on the Browning Automatic Rifle B.A.R.

Aug. 1, 1917
Application for patent filed on the Browning Automatic Rifle. The B.A.R. first saw combat in 1918.
#BAR
#BrowningAutomaticRifle
#Browning