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Belgian armaments manufacturer Fabrique Nationale de Herstal, who, amongst other things, first developed the FN FAL. In Britain, this rifle was produced under license as the SLR L1A1, which as anyone over the age of 35 will tell you was a real man’s rifle.

Located in Liege, Belgium, FN Herstal now produce a number of weapons familiar to Tommy Atkins including the Minimi and the M2HB-QCB (.50 cal HMG to you and me).

When not producing top-notch automatic weapons, their Belgian factory staff like to indulge in the traditional national pursuits of Industrial Action, scoffing chocolate and paedophilia.