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Browning M2HB .50 Cal Machine Gun Metal Non-Firing Replica


The best replica of the famous .50 cal MG we have ever seen.


Craftsman made in Australia, solid metal, heavy and detailed replica of this famous Machine Gun that has stood the test of time from WW2 to present day with many military forces.


Full sized and ready to be mounted on its tripod (sold separately) or your own mount or vehicle. Highly detailed and researched from the actual weapons these are also designed to stand up to the rigors of actually being Vehicle Mounted or used in Films and Re-Enactment and will not come apart like the plastic or composite models / mock ups can. Weighs 28Kgs without Tripod and 33Kgs with Tripod (tripod is an optional extra). It can be disassembled into 3 parts for ease of storage or transport - Receiver (15Kgs), Barrel and Shroud (13Kgs), Tripod (5Kgs).


Pick up from Gold Coast or we can quote you on freight.


INCLUDES: Detailed and solid metal construction, working top cover, working trigger, retracting cocking handle, flip up / down graduated rear site, tripod (if taken as an optional extra) allows for swivel arc, removable barrel and barrel shroud, charging handle reciprocates.


MADE TO ORDER: These are made to order by an experienced craftsman and so allow 6 – 8 weeks for pick up / delivery.


50% DEPOSIT TO ORDER, 50% UPON COMPLETION TO COLLECT. FREIGHT QUOTED AT COST AT TIME OF DELIVERY.


Legal to buy and possess in QLD and WA without any license required. Permits or exemptions required in other states. Tripod is optional.


COST: Weapon $3 750, Weapon with the Tripod $4 200


The famous M2 Machine Gun or Browning .50 Cal Machine Gun is a heavy machine gun that was designed John Browning at the end of the First World War.


It has a similar design his earlier M1919 Browning MG but uses the much more powerful .50 BMG cartridge which takes its name from the gun (BMG standing for Browning Machine Gun). Also nicknamed "Ma Deuce" by US Forces based on its M2 nomenclature. It is a highly effective weapon against infantry, un-armored and lightly armored vehicles, fortifications and low-flying aircraft.


The Browning .50 cal has been used as a vehicle mounted weapon, aircraft armament and on its tripod with dismounted units since WW2 to the present day. Its combat service includes World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, Falklands War, Soviet–Afghan War, Gulf War, Iraq War and the War in Afghanistan in the 2000s and 2010s. It remains a primary heavy machine gun of many NATO countries, and also many other countries.