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    British Pattern 1914 with muzzle break, 2nd type

    This version has the front sight.



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    break = not whole. broken

    brake = having retarding or slowing capabilities

    Pedantic I know, but muzzle break = a muzzle that is broken. Muzzle brake = a muzzle that has retarding or slowing capabilities, thus less recoil.

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