The iconic Browning M2 HMB has been winning wars and helping soldiers win Congressional Medals of Honor since 1923.
The Browning M2HB .50 caliber machine gun was first introduced into service with the US Army in 1923 and is still in use today.
It has graduated sights good for 2,845yds, but is effective well beyond that range.
The M2 has a cyclic rate of 450-600 rounds per minute.
Overall Length: 65 inches
Barrel Length: 45inches
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