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  1. General Firearm Discussion
    On this date in 1879 John Moses Browning received his first patent! https://www.ammoland.com/2020/10/this-day-in-history-browning-patents-his-1st-rifle/?utm_source=Ammoland+Subscribers&utm_campaign=8ba3ed39cd-RSS_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_6f6fac3eaa-8ba3ed39cd-22031303#axzz6aJuHmThY
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    I’ve become a big fan of Bruce Nelson Combat Leather (both the Erik Little / Rafter-L rebirth and the original) and like “flying their colors” via this new hat...also...tickled to have scored a pocket knife that clearly once belonged to none other than John Moses Browning himself! I mean...it...
  3. General 1911 talk
    On November 26, 1926, John Moses Browning died of heart failure while working at his bench on a self-loading pistol design at what had become his second home, the Fabrique Nationale at Liege. The ship bearing his body back to his homeland was met by a military escort, and he was eulogized by...
  4. General 1911 talk
    John Moses Browning was best known for being a firearms designer. He had been more committed on developing a wide range of firearm mechanisms, cartridges and weapons. And, many of those fire mechanisms were used in the United States’ military. Truly, he was the competent and famous gun maker...
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