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    Default The quad 1919' are together... at last

    I just finished riveting together the last one of the three 1919's I had started building more than a year ago... I still need to do some machine work on the internal parts, but they are together... Test fire and parking, will be next... Maybe another year... B2B




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    Sweet. But I'd sure hate to pay the food bill for that.
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    Hmnnnn..... quad four mount with a synchronised multi-crankfire setup...... Electrically operated base with 3 axis movement..... Nice BarcaLounger recliner with controls smack in the middle.....

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    Great looking project.
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    Do the guns rotate in a circle too giving that gatling gun effect????

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    A quad mound would be nice but I doubt I could pay the ammo bill either, but I'll be happy with four different calibers set ups... 308 Not gonna shoot much of that at(600$) case..30-06 much better $$250 right now with CMP greek ammo 8mm will always be some around lower yet, then the 762X54R conversion the ammo is cheap even now with this panic crap.... B2B

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    if you make it crank driven, ill be happy to donate and electric motor, take that A-10 Warthog!!!

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    It looks like someone has an A6 in mind.

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    No A6 or crank fire, but I do have most of the parts for the A6 conversion except for the Bipod... but I prefer spade grips to the original pistol grip... or A6 conversion...in the Semi auto 1919 the heavy trigger action gets old rather quickly, because of the heavy pull weight and the upward direction of the trigger arc. It is not a problem in the Full auto as the hand just has to do that movement once... But the spades use a much more natural hand movement to fire and it make it much more fun.. to shoot and more accurate.. I'd like spades for the four... but accessories is where you spend the bank on the 1919's pintals, T&E's, Tri-pods, headspace guages, links, belts, spade grips,spare parts , broken shell extractors..etc . not to mention ammo... B2B
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    you might as well get the ammo pod of a A-10 to feed that monster

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