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Old 02-21-2013, 07:15 PM   #381
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Where did John Browning die?
Not the city
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When was the mosin nagant first created?
The year was 1891
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Not the city
At work, at his desk, or work bench.
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At work, at his desk, or work bench.
Correct, he supposedly died working in his workshop
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What country experimented with remote controlled vehicles filled with explosives in WW2? What was the vehicle's name?
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Correct, he supposedly died working in his workshop
He died working on the Browning Superposed at the FN factory of a heart attack.
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Who trained the first U.S. army rangers?
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Who trained the first U.S. army rangers?
The UK..........
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What country experimented with remote controlled vehicles filled with explosives in WW2? What was the vehicle's name?
The Germans did and it was called "Goliath"
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The Germans did and it was called "Goliath"
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