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Posted: 11/18/2001 3:07:32 PM EST
I am thinking about buying a Browning M1919 in 308 cal. from US Ordnance. Is this a reliable gun? What kind of feeding problems and what kind of parts and manuels do I need to get right away? What's a feedway shield? What 's your opinion on this gun; is it worth the money?
Link Posted: 11/18/2001 3:57:39 PM EST
[Last Edit: 11/18/2001 3:50:29 PM EST by maddog71]
check out www.1919a4.com
Link Posted: 11/22/2001 9:14:09 PM EST
I have a Rapid Fire of Ohio 1919a4, it is a BLAST. The quality is good, the stamping of the name and s/n are cheesy. My buddy has an Ohio Ord 1919, it is nice looking and runs like a champ as well. I have a spade grip, a must for squirting out the rounds.
A feedway shield is a thin piece of stainless that keep the links(not belts) from cutting a grove in the top of the reciever. A good 8 dollar investment.
A company call IMA sells a Bren tripod for 125 dollars and you can get an adaptor for 175 and have a really nice tripod set-up. A6 version means laying in the dirt. Buy a case of links(2000) or the 10000 links and loader for 325 if you have the cash.
I like mine a lot, it is a blast and the cool factor is 10. It makes old geezers run for the range officer like you would not believe.
Link Posted: 11/23/2001 3:04:01 AM EST

Don't know if he has still got it, but this seems like a great deal.
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