- Right side plate ATFE approved
- Functioning charging handle
- Functioning top cover
- Tapered barrel
- Capable of producing intense
muzzle flash and thunderous sound
- As a safety feature, sim-fire ready replicas have flash arrestors
By request of the U.S. Army, the .50 Caliber Machine Gun was developed by John M. Browning towards the end of WWI. By 1917, experiences in France verified the need for a heavy machine gun that could act against aircraft, tanks and first-appearing armored vehicles. By July 1917, the Browning .30-06 machine gun was scaled up and reinforced to handle a .50 Caliber cartridge. Browning assembled the first .50 Caliber prototype at the Winchester plant on November 12, 1918. After a series of testing multiple .50 Caliber variations in the 1920s, an improved version of the Model 1921–the Browning M2 .50 Caliber Heavy Barrel (HB)–was officially adopted in 1933.
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Browning M2 .50 CAL HB
- Sim-Fire Option
- ATFE Approved
- Machined From Bar Stock
- Weight 38-lbs.