Question: Who was the inventor of the Browning shotgun?

John Moses Browning, (born January 23, 1855, Ogden, Utah, U.S.—died November 26, 1926, Herstal, Belgium), American designer of small arms and automatic weapons, best known for his commercial contributions to the Colt, Remington, and Winchester firms and for his military contributions to the U.S. and Allied armed forces

Did John Moses Browning work for Colt?

John Moses Browning, (born January 23, 1855, Ogden, Utah, U.S.—died November 26, 1926, Herstal, Belgium), American designer of small arms and automatic weapons, best known for his commercial contributions to the Colt, Remington, and Winchester firms and for his military contributions to the U.S. and Allied armed forces

How many wives did Moses Browning have?

three wives As was common in the Latter-day Saint community at the time, Jonathan Browning was a polygamist, having taken three wives.

Who is browning owned by?

FN Herstal Browning is currently a fully owned subsidiary of FN Herstal. Browning Arms Company is best known for the A-Bolt and X-Bolt bolt-action rifles, the BAR semi-automatic rifle, the BPR pump-action rifle, the BPS pump-action shotgun, the Auto-5 semi-automatic shotgun, and the Hi-Power pistol.

Who first used guns in war?

The first battles actually to be decided by firearms were fought between French and Spanish troops on Italian soil early in the 16th century; these included Marignano (1515), Bicocca (1522), and, above all, Pavia (1525).

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