Fokker monoplanes were taking a toll on the formations of Breguet-Michelin 4, BLM, and BUM bombers and a solution was sought in the form of a lighter, better-armed version also derived from the BU3 prototype. The first answer came in the Breguet BUC, a smaller, cannon-armed aircraft, also known as the Breguet 7. ("BUC" stands for Breguet, Canton-Unné, Chasse (fighter)). The Breguet BLC and Breguet BC are related planes with different engines.
|Variants||Breguet BUC, Breguet BLC, Breguet BC|
|Engine||200hp Canton-Unné 2M7|
|Armament||37mm Hotchkiss cannon or|
front flexible MG
|Max Speed||120 km/h (75 mph) |
|Ceiling||3,000 m (9,840 ft) |
It is likely that only a few were built, as the design was already obsolete by early 1916.