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Browning .50 caliber
he M2 Machine Gun, Browning .50 Caliber Machine Gun, or "Ma Deuce" is a heavy machine gun designed towards the end of World War I by John Browning. The M2 uses the .50 BMG cartridge, and is the source of its name (BMG standing for Browning Machine Gun). The M2 was nicknamed Ma Deuce by U.S. Military personnel or simply called "fifty-cal." in reference to its caliber. The design has had many specific designations; the official designation for the current infantry type is Browning Machine Gun, Cal. .50, M2, HB, Flexible. It is effective against infantry, unarmored or lightly-armored vehicles and boats, light fortifications, and low-flying aircraft. if you want instructions please tell me
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I really like the way it turned out.

nice long barrel good ammo

better than v.1

and awesome firepower! Oh yeah!

Dont mess with Lt. John Harland



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  December 1, 2013
nice setup! I'd like to join this group. please approve. :]
Lt. John Harland
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The Active One .
  November 8, 2011
Sweet 50 cal! Check this out: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/288800
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  September 1, 2011
I love the use of that brown tread thing. What set did it come from?
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  August 11, 2011
cool if yah noticed i been checkin out all your MOCs
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  May 22, 2011
let me in to CFOL, I've been wating all year!
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  February 7, 2011
nice can you get me some instructions silverspartan73@gmail.com
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  January 27, 2011
nicely made.
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  January 27, 2011
nicely made.
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  January 22, 2011
The tripod is PERFECTIONATE! Really like it! =)
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  January 6, 2011
This is cool! Try using a grill on a side and robotic hands (the exo-force ones) for handles. Maybe a technic pin (that's what the round is called, right?) in front. All around awesome.
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  January 4, 2011
Quoting Fort Hall the back of the tripod legs a way to big and the front of the is way to small
I still have yet to see a better one that fits minifigures. I'm not sure how many brick-built weapons you've made but it's a hard scale to work with and it suits my purposes.
  January 3, 2011
the back of the tripod legs a way to big and the front of the is way to small
  December 6, 2010
It looks neat from what I can see... but clearer pictures would be nice. Get someone you know that's good with cameras to take pictures if you have trouble taking pictures yourself.
  October 27, 2010
Your creation is awesome but the browning jams a lot but it's lego so die baddies.
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  September 5, 2010
OH NO, NOT THE DREADED 50 CAL!, IM GOING TO DIE!, its a very good moc! great job
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  August 14, 2010
wow awsome 50 cal., great design. 5/5 could you check this out http://mocpages.com/moc.php/218928
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  August 14, 2010
nice .50 cal!
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  August 14, 2010
luv it! i found out you could put the hailfire treds on a switch piece thingie and i was going to use it for something like this. good job!
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  August 14, 2010
Awsome Johnny I invited you to my new group.~Ford
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  August 1, 2010
I agree with Benjamin Heining. You should put some kind of sight on it. When I make a fixed gun or emplacement, I always make sure to make some kind of sight for the convenience of the minifig shooting it! And for those of you out there who need the instructions to build it, ????? cant you figure it out by looking at it? Its so small anyway, it would be easy to build it! Anyway, great job with this weapon! Keep up the good work!! =D
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  June 24, 2010
ammo's on the wrong side but thats the only down side
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  May 21, 2010
Simple yet effective. Nice job!
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  May 9, 2010
wow thats a big browing and its very deatailde p.s ive made my fg 42 btw im giving you 5-star ~glenn
  April 4, 2010
That looks totally awsome! exact in scale! But you should add a tap part (u know, 1x1-like-piece) so the soldier can hand it.
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  March 11, 2010
Wow! This is a great weapon!
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  March 6, 2010
can i have the instructions please, ill give you credit for if i ever get to make it so please p.s. ITS AWESOME :D
  February 13, 2010
Nice, I reviewed your MOC.
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  February 11, 2010
Quoting Juan Carranza Nice build, how do you get the treads to stay on?(I've tried but they fall shortly afterwards)
mine do that too i just hurry w/ the pics
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  December 18, 2009
The original looks like a 30. caliber. 5/5.
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  December 18, 2009
Neat MG, simple, but represents the original well, but you might whant to add a sight.
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  November 28, 2009
Well I can see why it's popular... it looks awesome!
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  November 28, 2009
Awesome gun!
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  November 22, 2009
Genius!what you did was put part of the side of the treads into the hook/holder thing right?
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  November 21, 2009
Genius!
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  November 21, 2009
Very cool, I like it alot.Nice use of the treads.
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  November 19, 2009
Wow it actually looks like the real thing, good work and its probably already been said but nice use of the tracks as an ammo belt.
  November 6, 2009
Nice build, how do you get the treads to stay on?(I've tried but they fall shortly afterwards)
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  November 6, 2009
cool i and build 1 cool job
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  November 4, 2009
My new version jeep has one just like this! Awesome chain idea! http://www.flickr.com/photos/40915068@N02/4042391753/
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  November 3, 2009
wow great job on the 50cal
Lt. John Harland
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Commander Inferno
  October 22, 2009
Did the Army and Marines even use this version? I thought only Paratroopers had this version. (Along with Paratrooper M1 Carbine !) They always got the customes! Well, back to the build, I think it's great!!!!! Amazing work, and you should make instructions!
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  October 11, 2009
you might want to get updated in thne 1st mocmarine division.
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  October 10, 2009
<<<< Quoting Don J. great!,but i thought brownings were mounted on monopods on jeeps or tank turrets?
they were but not always
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  October 8, 2009
Sweet! Especialy the tri-pod! Pretty kool that it's still in service to this day! Way better than version one, the amo chain isn't exactly original though, I would have like an amo box better. =)
Lt. John Harland
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jonah day
  October 6, 2009
awesome.can i use your design to put on one of my tanks?
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  October 6, 2009
Wow, very good design. I could see a Vignette in the making, a Browning chattering, Garands firing,the possibilities! (Brickarms being the source of Garands.)
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  October 6, 2009
Hey, I'm liking that tripod a LOT. A great idea!
Lt. John Harland
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Sgt. Magnum
  October 5, 2009
WOW!! see this is a good builder here!!! Nice Job!!!! 10/5!!
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  October 5, 2009
i like the way you used the 1x1 clamp as the trigger guard. i've never thought to do that with my guns
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  October 5, 2009
nice its really good
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  October 5, 2009
great!,but i thought brownings were mounted on monopods on jeeps or tank turrets?
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  October 5, 2009
great!,but i thought brownings were mounted on monopods on jeeps or tank turrets?
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  October 5, 2009
great!,but i thought brownings were mounted on monopods on jeeps or tank turrets?
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  October 5, 2009
great!,but i thought brownings were mounted on monopods on jeeps or tank turrets?
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  October 5, 2009
great!,but i thought brownings were mounted on monopods on jeeps or tank turrets?
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  October 5, 2009
Sweet, I should have teemed up with u along time ago.
 
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