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Deactivated WW2 Bren Mk2 in fabulous condition. Dated 1943. Serial Number 2320.

Regular price £1,150.00 GBP
Regular price Sale price £1,150.00 GBP
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Vigo Militaria & Collectables are delighted to offer this fabulous Deactivated Old Spec WW2 Bren Mk2 in excellent condition with original magazine.
Bren MK2's are rarer than Mk1's and this one is one of the best we have seen.
It was originally made at the Inglis factory in 1943. This Bren cocks and Dry Fires, and can be field stripped (except for the Barrel). It has the correct Mk2 Barrel and Mk2 bipod.
Inglis was a Canadian company that made a huge proportion of the Bren guns used during WWII, as well as other munitions. At its peak, Inglis employed 17,800 workers including the famous Veronica Foster – “Ronnie the Bren Gun Girl” – who was an assembly line worker at Inglis who was made the subject of a PR campaign during the war. See last Picture.

They were originally made in Brno, the name comes from BRno and ENfield where the first British made Brens were manufactured.
A extremely reliable weapon their only real failing was that they were, ironically, 'too accurate', LMGs need to scatted ammunition but Brens are a very accurate weapon. 
Brens continued to serve in were last seen in the Falklands campaign.

Can be redeactivated to EU spec if required.

All deactivated weapons sold by Vigo Militaria and Collectables are deactivated in the United Kingdom and hold London or Birmingham proof marks and a certificate stating that the weapon has been deactivated correctly.

You must be over 18 years of age to purchase this item.