|Full name||Bren Light Machine Gun|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Manufacturer||Royal Small Arms Factory, Enfield, John Inglis and Co., Long Branch Factory, Ishapore, Lithgow Small Arms|
|Faction||Griffin & Kryuger|
|Voice actor||Amamiya Sora|
|Released on||CN (布伦), TW (布倫), KR (브렌), EN, JP (ブレン)|
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How to obtain
NORMALHEAVY Timer 5:20:00. See T-Doll Production for details.
DROP Can be obtained from many battle stages from Chapter 3-6 onward.
REWARD Not obtained as a reward
Stats / Data
The Bren is considered to be one of the finest machine guns ever designed despite being a magazine-fed weapon.
The Bren was a light machine gun intended to replace the previous Lewis Gun. Developed and put in production in 1935, BREN Mk.1 was a near identical copy of the Czech ZB-26, customized for United Kingdom standards and requirements (most notable - .303 British ammo). The Bren had a reduced rate of fire and heavy weight to aid controlability. The Bren was know to be reliable, but it had issues like barrel overheating too fast and the fact that it was magazine fed.
BREN had stayed in service until 1991 where it saw service during Gulf War 1. Though officially, BREN is no longer in service, British Army and Navy still have a substantial number of L4A4 and L4A6 in stock. Additionally, BREN guns are still in use in countries which imported British weaponry, like India where it is manufactured as the Machine Gun 1B.
Technically, BREN is gas-operated, air-cooled, magazine-fed machinegun. Magazines fit 30 cartridges, and are inserted from top - one of the trademark characteristics of the BREN. Due to that, sights are offset to the left. Another unusual feature is that barrel and bolt assembly can roll back within the receiver, thus dampening recoil. Barrel is quick-changeable, and most of BREN guns are shipped with replacement barrel. (L4A4, L4A5 and L4A6 modifications have chromed barrel and chamber, and thus, were shipped with single barrel.) All BREN guns are fitted with bipods.
Overall, the BREN is reported to be very reliable, accurate and efficient machinegun, and although no longer in British Service, it is still used around the world today.
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