An original WW2 Browning Heavy Machine Gun handbook, published c.1942. Although undated, it was certainly published during WW2, as part of a series that also included the Vickers machine gun and the Thompson submachine gun. The book is a detailed guide to the mechanism, handling and maintenance of the Browning heavy machine gun as used by the allied armies during WW1 and WW2. Fully illustrated with photographs of the gun and its mechanism, this book will tell you all you need to know about the workings and use of the Model 1917 Browning Machine Gun
In good condition. The card cover is in good condition with a couple of marks. The stapled binding is secure. The text and photographs are in good condition.
Published: c.1942 Beige card cover with black and red titling Illustrated with photographs Dimensions: 190mm x 125mm Pages: 32