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In January 19, 1894, John M. Browning, through attorney Earl Seymour, applied for a patent for the J. M. Browning Magazine Gun. There was no other model nomenclature. Browning’s intention was not to design a rifle for use with smokeless powder cartridges, but rather his design was to simplify and improve upon existing lever action…

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