I know there have been parts for the loader made in the last few years, but not the whole thing. Here is the bottom. I don't see any marking or stamps. But the loader was acquired 20+ years ago and I'm sure it's a WWII era manufactured part..
Yep...made 56-1918 complete belt loaders. The castings were all made from an original and had original markings...hard to tell difference from an original piece. Most are gone...but a few left. Loader in the original 30/06 cal.,transport box (wood box made like the original one),user manual with dis-assembly and trouble-shooting specs....$850.00+HIS. Thank you,redroth for the intro.
These are of course the parts that allow the 1919 to run on M13 links. Let me know what you have and price please. I'm looking for a complete sets of the necessary parts or most of them. An extractor by itself doesn't really help at this point.
I am looking to acquire my first belt fed. Not new to the MG world, just to the belt fed universe. Open to different makers, variants. I am in San Antonio, Tx. Let me know what you have for sale funds, ready to transfer.
Have 2 freshly built and test fired 1919a4s to sell. Both built on israeli kits, milled trunions and receiver casings were rock island, so marked the plates accordingly. Kmp trigger and sear. My plates, heat treated rear inch, historic engraving. Probably last 2 builds i will have for...
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