My 1918 Browning Belt loader parts are made to the original specs and cannot be distinguished from the original ones. The feed strip or loading chute...known by a few descriptions...is made from an original piece and is an exact replica. The transport case I made...wood box...is more sturdy than an original one,as they were all made before 1944 and are thus 72-yrs old. It is rare to find an original wood box and can be quite expensive. Most are suffering from rough handling,missing parts/pieces or broken wood pieces. I wish you good luck on finding one in serviceable condition.
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