Browning M2 (12.7 mm)

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Description

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Vehicles equipped with this weapon

General info

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Available shells

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Comparison with analogues

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Usage in the battles

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Pros and cons

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Historical part

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Media

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Read also

Sources

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Aircraft machine guns
USA  7.62 mm: Browning · M134 Minigun
  12.7 mm: Browning M2 · Browning M3
Germany  7.62 mm: MG 3
  7.92 mm: MG 15 · MG 17 · MG 81
  13 mm: MG 131
USSR  7.62 mm: DA · PV-1 · ShKAS
  12.7 mm: Berezin UB · A-12.7 · YaK-B
Britain  7.7 mm: Lewis · Vickers E · Vickers K · Browning .303
Japan  Army:
  7.7 mm: Te-1 · Type 89 · Type 89 special
  7.92 mm: Type 98
  12.7 mm: Ho-103 · Ho-104
  Navy:
  7.7 mm: Type 92 · Type 97
  13 mm: Type 2
  13.2 mm: Type 3
Italy  7.7 mm: Breda-SAFAT da 7.7 mm
  7.92 mm: FN Browning
  12.7 mm: Breda-SAFAT da 12.7 mm · Scotti M1933
France  7.5 mm: Mle 33 · Darne 1933 · Mle 1923 · FN Browning Mle 38 · MAC 1934