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BSA
Birmingham Small Arms Co.
Country of Origin

United Kingdom

Location(s)

Birmingham, UK

Year of Founding

1861

Year of Closure

1973

Fate

Liquidated in 1973; exists only as a brand

Birmingham Small Arms, often abbreviated as BSA, was a British firearms manufacturer that operated from 1861 to 1973. The company produced military ordnance for the British government during both World Wars and was renowned for its high standard of manufacture. Along with the state-owned RSAF Enfield, BSA was one of the largest suppliers of arms for the British Army.

Aside from firearms, BSA were also prolific of their manufacture of motorcycles.

WeaponsEdit

Pistols and revolversEdit

Submachine gunsEdit

Automatic/assault riflesEdit

Machine gunsEdit