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FN Trombone

FN Trombone
FN "Trombone"
Type Placeoforigin rifle
United States

Service history
Usedby Wars Unknown Unknown

Production history
Designer Manufacturer Produced Numberbuilt Variants John Browning Fabrique National 1922-1974 150,000 See text

Specifications
Weight Length Barrellength Caliber Action 4.4lb (2.0kg) 3914in (1,000mm) 20in (510mm) .22 Short, .22 Long, .22 Long Rifle Pump-action

Effectiverange 165 yards (150 meters) Feedsystem Sights 11-round tubular magazine dovetail front and elevation-adjustable rear

The FN Browning Trombone is a pump-action long takedown rifle designed by John M. Browning in 1919, patented on 1 August 1922 and manufactured by Fabrique Nationale d'Herstal Belgium from 1922 to 1974. Models manufactured post 1969 had a product code W. The rifle has a .22 calibre chamber, a tubular 11-round magazine, 24-inch round barrel, wooden semi-pistol grip stock. Models made in the late 1960s featured a dovetail notch for mounting scopes. The stocks of early models were susceptible to cracking, sometimes attributed to the shape of the receiver; later models, such as the dovetail scope variant, appeared to solve this problem. The pump grip of all models is susceptible to cracking, the wood between the magazine and barrel being especially thin, this rarely detected unless the rifle is disassembled. In the U.S., where only Colt-manufactured Browning designs are sold due to the FN/Colt regional exclusivity agreement, the rifle is rare.

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FN Trombone Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?oldid=542942157 Contributors: 777sms, Acabashi, CommonsDelinker, KTo288, PaulGrantvanrooyen, PictureDetector, Puzzlaholic, Will Beback Auto, 8 anonymous edits

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