RARE 1919 A4 Variation: the 1919A4E1Nov. 22, 2021, 11:03 p.m. - Unknown Section -
Pre-1986 Dealer Sample
Browning 1919A4E1 Coaxial machinegun, manufactured by Saginaw Steering Gear Division of General Motors Corporation during WWII. The E1 variation of the 1919 Brownings were specially modified for use in tanks and other armored vehicles. The cyclic rate is the same as a standard ground gun, but its cocking assembly is designed to be cycled from the rear of the machinegun by the gunner in the tank, instead of from its right side. Also, the muzzle of the barrel shield is tapered to allow it to be more-readily inserted into the armored vehicle’s gun port, allowing it to protrude through the armor protecting the vehicle’s occupants. 1919A4 machineguns, actually armory-modified AND MARKED 1919A4E1, are seldom encountered. This example is a PRE-1986 DEALER SAMPLE, allowing it to be acquired by a machinegun dealer, manufacturer or importer, and retained after one’s NFA license expires. Also included is a T&E, a pintel and a WWII M-2 tripod manufactured by Lovell Manufacturing Company in 1942, so it can be fired as a standard ground machinegun. This Browning is set up in its original caliber, 30-06, and functions well. A video is available. It can be converted to a variety of other calibers with the appropriate parts, (which are not included in this purchase): 8mm Mauser, 7.62x51, 7.62x54R, 7.62x39 and 22LR. $20,000. THIS IS A DEALER SAMPLE AND CAN ONLY BE ACQUIRED BY AN ATF LICENSED NFA DEALER, MANUFACTURER OR IMPORTER. For questions, email [email protected] or call 877-437-0251. If we are not available when you call, we will call you back as quickly as we can. This phone number is a ground line and does not receive texts. Thank you for your consideration.
- Publish date: Nov. 22, 2021, 11:03 p.m.
- Expiring Date: Dec. 22, 2021, 11:03 p.m.
- Shipping Cost: $140.00
- Shipping: Seller Will Ship!
- Location: No Location on file.
- Listing ID: 76128473