Richard if you find any milled USGI trunnions with numbers stamped on the underside of them I am calling dibbs now! We will chat soon but we have to keep one back for Sam because I promised to help him.
Richard you always price fairly and I can only imagine what it cost to load, haul, unload and store 7 semi's full of this big heavy stuff not to mention the multiple trips it takes to put deals together. I can't wait to hear what else you found.
Richard I would love to know the history of these! That camo is varied in pattern and color and I have not seen those before. Very nice find. Keep posting those pictures of all the goodies we love so much.
Argentinian Richard and those pictures confirm my suspicions because they mimic the camo on a few of the Colt 28 wood ammo boxes I got and the pattern and colors are the same. Very cool find and the Argy's did have 50's with the early short barrel and an odd charging system that resembles a shifter on an old tractor.
Sounds like you are making progress Richard. You will certainly have your work cut out for you this winter and I doubt you will be bored! I will see you guys in a couple weeks and look forward to catching up.
A forum community dedicated to Browning 1919 A4 firearm owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about performance, gunsmithing, restoration, troubleshooting, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more!