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== Description ==
 
== Description ==
 
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In 1938 Fabrique Nationale (FN) modified the Browning M1919 machine gun to accept the 7.5 mm x 54 mm MAS ammunition.  This armament was also known as '''FN Browning Mle 38'''.
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The '''7.5 mm Fabrique Nationale Mle 38''' is a Belgian machine gun. In 1938, Fabrique Nationale (FN) modified the Browning M1919 machine gun to accept the 7.5 mm x 54 mm MAS ammunition.
  
 
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* [[Browning_(7.62_mm)|Browning M1919]]
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== External links ==
 
== External links ==
 
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Revision as of 12:47, 24 June 2022

Description

The 7.5 mm Fabrique Nationale Mle 38 is a Belgian machine gun. In 1938, Fabrique Nationale (FN) modified the Browning M1919 machine gun to accept the 7.5 mm x 54 mm MAS ammunition.

Vehicles equipped with this weapon

General info

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Available ammunition

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Comparison with analogues

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Usage in battles

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History

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Media

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See also

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Aircraft machine guns
USA 
7.62 mm  Browning · M134 Minigun
12.7 mm  M2 Browning · M3 Browning
Germany 
7.62 mm  MG3
7.92 mm  MG 15 · MG 17 · MG 81
12.7 mm  FN M3P
13 mm  MG 131
USSR 
7.62 mm  DA · GShG-7.62 · PV-1 · ShKAS
12.7 mm  A-12.7 · Berezin UB · YaK-B
Britain 
7.62 mm  L8A1
7.7 mm  Browning · Vickers E · Vickers K
Japan 
7.7 mm  Te-1 · Type 89 · Type 89 'special' · Type 92 · Type 97 navy
7.92 mm  Type 1 · Type 98
12.7 mm  Ho-103 · Ho-104
13 mm  Type 2
13.2 mm  Type 3
China 
12.7 mm  QJK99-12.7-1
Italy 
7.7 mm  Breda-SAFAT · Lewis
7.92 mm  FN Browning
12.7 mm  Breda-SAFAT · FN M3M · Scotti
France 
7.5 mm  Darne 1933 · Fabrique Nationale Mle 38 · FN Browning · MAC 1934 · MAC 1934T · Mle 33 · Mle 1923
7.62 mm  PKA
Sweden 
7.7 mm  FN-Browning M.36 No.3
8 mm  Ksp m/22 · Ksp m/22 Fh · Ksp m/22 Fv · Ksp m/22-37 R
12.7 mm  Akan m/39A · Akan m/40 · Akan m/45 · LKk/42
13.2 mm  Akan m/39 · Akan m/39A