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I had copied these from the ROTC department at URI in 1991 and finally found them on Youtube...Art Alphin of A-Square did these when he was teaching there....I only found a few online. The water cooled MG, live fire of the 12 pound Napoleon, and the BAR vs MG34 are my faves, but there are a bunch.

 

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Good series. Art Alphin and I taught at West Point in the 80's. The West Point Museum was supportive of such efforts. It was a mg lovers dream. The good old days.
 

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Great video! I find it interesting that the shooter does not ever open the top cover when starting a new belt.
 

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Great video! I find it interesting that the shooter does not ever open the top cover when starting a new belt.
That's what the starter tab is for! I always wondered why we didn't have a starter tab for the M-60.....Would have made reloading a LOT faster......

Look for the other videos, also, great stuff.
 

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did you note that no water was added during reloading. I could not get over the firing rate of that Browning is that normal??
 
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