But Anon, googling ruins the fun.
And yes, xm148 is correct. I just hope you didn't cheat again.
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Come on lads, post something. I'm running out of ideas and I'm not even the OP.
Browning reintroduced a completely different, gas-piston operated lightweight hunting shotgun that shares nothing in common with the Auto 5, and called it the A5.
If it has anything in common, it is aesthetically closest to the A500.
>all this mad because he got a fucking question round
I'm curious, btdubs, what rifle round 7.62 NATO was shortened from? Because even assuming you got the AR part right, you still failed to meet the first condition of the answer.
Sorry, >>28507846 already got it.
.30-06, they both (as well as many other rifle calibers like 7.92x57, 7mm Mauser, 7.63 Argentine) share the same case head diameter. That's why many milsurp rifles can be easily rechambered to .308
30-06 was the progenitor of the 7.62x51mm NATO. Advances in smokeless powdered allowed the designers to shorten the case significantly.
The first true intermediate cartridge was the 7.92x33mm used in the MP44 or StG44. The progenitor of the 7.92x33mm was the 7.92x57mm.
The same thing happened with .308, they just cut off 1/5th and used a better powder. And it was also called an intermediate cartridge and supposed to be used for auto fire by the people in charge back then.
Now let's stop shitposting and go back to the original purpose of the thread.
I will also take this answer.
No, but the AS 44 was pretty neat.
The correct answer is Winchester M1907