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English: John Browning (1855 – 1926) holding a Browning semi-auto .22 rimfire rifle.
Español: John Browning (1855–1926) con una carabina Browning semiautomática en calibre 22 de percusión anular.
Français : John Browning (1855–1926) portant une carabine Browning semi-automatique en calibre 22 à percussion annulaire.


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  • 2004-03-06 23:32 Hephaestos 250×400×8 (10313 bytes) John Browning (died 1926; let's call this "fair use" until 2007 to be on the safe side)

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10:25, 6 January 2008Thumbnail for version as of 10:25, 6 January 2008250 × 400 (10 KB)Ken~commonswiki (talk | contribs){{Information |Description={{en|John Browning (died 1926; let's call this "fair use" until 2007 to be on the safe side) holding a Browning semi-auto .22 rimfire rifle. en:Category:United States history images}} |Source=Transfered from [http://en.wi
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