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Hi Wally,
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Does it come with the wood box, cartridge hopper, and bottom clamping assembly? The picture only shows the belt loader body and handle. Also while I know it is for a 1928 Colt, is it a Colt or Argentinian produced loader, should be able to tell by reading plate attached to loader.
 

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It's just the loader, no box, no clamp, no tray

Will get a pic of the plate. It is a colt. Sorry. Thought the picture was clearer.
 

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....added info...

All my loader parts are brand new...not NOS. They are exact copies of the original pieces. If I could have found any originals,I would not have spent 6-yrs and several $K on making them. Especially the brass funnels....just un-obtainium.....LOL.
 

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...check parts list

I'm looking for some belt loader parts if you have any.
Suggest you check my parts/price list under 'belt loader' forum. There are a couple of 'sticky's' at the top. Or call...800 380-4867...as it can get a bit confusing. That is why I developed a numbering system and produced a 'Belt-Loader' manual ($10-shipped) for the 1918 Browning Belt Loader. There were 5-specific types of Browning belt loaders...1895,1918,1920 (.50 BMG),1927 and a revamped 1918 for WW2 with the shuttle system to replace the needle system used with the earlier machines.
 

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Price reduction

I have a new funnel and clamp that will go with the loader. $650 plus shipping
Wally
 

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That's a great price Wally I doubt it will last long now.
 

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Loader arrived yesterday, in good shape.
Just as described
Thanks,
Dan
 
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