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14 minutes ago, Alpo said:

Y'all notice that that "first Browning machine gun" is not a Browning, right? It's a Henry design.

Yep, Browning invented the "apparatus. It's a 73 Winchester rifle. Kind of a misleading headline but interesting nevertheless.

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Browning museum, Ogden, Utah, west end or 24th (25th?  It's been a few years since I was there.) street in the old train station.  Been there a lot and still am amazed by the number of guns shown that I have owned or used over the years.

 

Got some really spectacular old cars in the north end or the same building....and a big yard full of train stuff outside.

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19 minutes ago, Trailrider #896 said:

Take this post down! Somebody in the Gub'mint will decide your '73 Winchesters are potentially machine guns or assault rifles or something! :o

 

Only if you change the stock/fore end to black plastic and re-blue the receiver black. Then it's one of the evil assault rifles with the 30 magnum round clip.

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43 minutes ago, Trailrider #896 said:

Take this post down! Somebody in the Gub'mint will decide your '73 Winchesters are potentially machine guns or assault rifles or something! :o

No only the actual flapper would be subject to a full auto ban and I have yet to see one anywhere .

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