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6/21/2017 8:25:40 PM
Posted: 3/6/2001 8:07:37 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/6/2001 11:04:14 AM EDT by gijohnny223]
I was just curious if any one has owned or knows someone who has owned one of the semi-auto M60's on the market. [heavy]
Link Posted: 3/6/2001 8:37:53 AM EDT
Don't know much about the semi auto ones except they're pretty expensive. Personally, I'd find a way to dig up some more $$$ and get the real deal. They are pretty cool though. [}:D]
Link Posted: 3/6/2001 8:56:57 AM EDT
I saw one at a show about 4 months ago, I recall it being $4,700 but don't quote me.
Link Posted: 3/6/2001 8:59:14 AM EDT
I saw one of those at Angeles Shooting Range in Sunland, Calif.(suburb of L.A). It jammed on every other shot. The owner is a machinist, and claimed he knew a fix. Pretty neat looking, but I am not too sure I would like to spend so much money, if it doesn't work right.
Link Posted: 4/1/2001 12:57:15 PM EDT
I wonder if you spent that much on a gun, if you would get a test run. It would seem the honorable thing to do. I was wondering about the .30 Brownings myself.
Link Posted: 4/1/2001 1:25:17 PM EDT
If they made semi M249, I'd probably hop on that.
Link Posted: 4/1/2001 3:56:27 PM EDT
I have a U S Ordnance semi-auto M1919 Browning in .308. It runs flawlessly. Rapid Fire, TNW and U S Ordnance sell the M1919 semi-autos in the $1400 to $1800 range. You can pick up spare barrels for about $40.00. Parts can be obtained from Sarco, J&T Distributing and Gun Parts Corporation. U S Ordnance [url]http://www.usord.com[/url] 1919a4.com [url]http://www.1919a4.com[/url]
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