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This is a presentation delivered to a monthly meeting of the Historical Breechloading Smallarms Association (HBSA) of Great Britain in London, UK. Website: www.hbsa-uk.org
British Small Arms Development during the inter-war years 1918 to 1939. In 1918 had large calibre Vickers machine gun, Farquhar-Hill SLR, improved Lewis gun, improved infantry cartridge, anti-tank rifle.
Developed and/or introduced .5 inch Vickers, .55inch Boys, .303 Bren, 7.92 BESA, 15mm BESA, .380 Revolver, .303 inch No.4 rifle, .303 inch Vickers GO, .303 inch Browning, 20mm Hispano
by Tony Edwards
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