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For more information about the Bren, see Bren on Wikipedia.

Bren is a tier 2 machine gun in Wasteland 2.

Description[]

This must have been looted from a museum, broken, then put back together by an idiot

Characteristics[]

The weapon generates alerts enemies (generates noise) in a 36 unit radius.

Locations[]

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Trivia[]

  • The Bren Gun, usually called simply the Bren, was a series of light machine guns adopted by Britain in the 1930s and used in various roles until 1992. While best known for its role as the British and Commonwealth forces' primary infantry light machine gun (LMG) in World War II, it also saw service throughout the latter half of the 20th century. Although fitted with a bipod, it could also be mounted on a tripod or vehicle-mounted.
  • The Bren was a modified version of Czechoslovak-designed light machine guns, the ZB vz. 26 and its descendants, which British Army officials had tested during a firearms service competition in the 1930s. The later Bren featured a distinctive top-mounted curved box magazine, conical flash hider and quick change barrel. The name Bren was derived from Brno, Moravia, the Czechoslovak city where the Zb vz. 26 was originally designed (in Zbrojovka Brno Factory), and Enfield, site of the British Royal Small Arms Factory.
  • In the 1950s many Brens were rebarrelled to accept the 7.62×51mm NATO cartridge and modified to feed from the magazine for the L1. It was eventually replaced by more modern weapon platforms, leaving the Bren in use only as a pintle mount on some vehicles.
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