Brightman anti aircraft machine gun

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Brightman anti aircraft machine gun
Type Anti aircraft machine gun
Place of origin  Hawaii
Production history
Designer F. Brightman
Designed 1941
Specifications
Barrels 37
Feed system 37 round cartridge

The Brightman anti aircraft machine gun was an unusual machine gun of Hawaiian origin.[1] The weapon was a mitrailleuse type volley gun that had 37 barrels and was fed with cartridges holding 37 rounds. However it was found that the M2 Browning fulfilled this role.[citation needed]

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