For what it's worth, I don't believe the original 1917s ever used the 1928 style feed pawl, with the leg in the center. My earliest drawing has the 1931 dated revision 2, with rev 1 in 1919 and an original date of June 1918, but it does not appear that the pawl design changed that radically from the original. Can't prove it by that, unfortunately. There are four separate components on this drawing, which was the standard on the original stuff. The feed lever, slide and breech lock cam are on the same drawing.
For conclusive evidence, I have examples of both Westinghouse and Remington made feed pawls. All are the standard style we know and love, with the leg on the side. Both these firms were out of the production business on Brownings very shortly after the war ended. I am certain this is the only style they made.
Oh, on your Argentine kit, beware that one of the trunnion holes may be offset by a small but significant amount when compared to USGI. Be mindful of that when fitting things up for assembly.