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Looking at the current Browning A5, most firearm enthusiasts would think, “Auto-5, 1903, John Moses Browning”. Actually, the only thing the current A5 has in common with the Auto-5 is the general shape of the hump back receiver. The A5 design began with a 2006 collaboration between Browning’s R&D group in Herstal, Belgium and Browning’s…

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