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I assume it is...but is the M1919 hard on brass...more so than other semi autos?
I'm curious about being able to reload brass once its gone through a M1919 (using links).
 

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Not really. The links don't hurt the brass any over belts. You should be able to get at least 3-4 reloads out of them. You may have to trim the brass some. Some brass better then others.
I'd definitely keep track of the # of times you have reloaded the brass and shoot it in batches.
If possible keep them sorted .
 

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Not really. The links don't hurt the brass any over belts. You should be able to get at least 3-4 reloads out of them. You may have to trim the brass some. Some brass better then others.
I'd definitely keep track of the # of times you have reloaded the brass and shoot it in batches.
If possible keep them sorted .
The 3-4 times reloading is my experience. Military brass (if you can find any) is usually good for 4 firings total commercial 3 firings. Links vs belts is a non-issue.
 
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