Junkyardslug

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  1. BAR Parts, US M1918 and M1918a2

    Thanks Alan, I'm getting rid of all my duplicates and generally decluttering my BAR collection. The night sights are a very cool accessory and go great with any WWII era BAR. If anyone here in interested PM Alan!
  2. BAR Parts, US M1918 and M1918a2

    Nick, Bolt rails: https://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/receiver-internal-parts/products/single-colt-bolt-support https://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/receiver-internal-parts/products/winchester-bolt-supports and Receiver pieces: https://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/demills Thanks George
  3. BAR Parts, US M1918 and M1918a2

    No, all I ever collected was BAR parts. If I got any other (m37, 1919, M2, ect) parts they came accidentally mixed in with a lot of BAR parts I may have bought and I just gave them away as I sorted them out and ID'ed them I do have a M1a1 TSMG parts kit on the website, that is the only non-BAR thing I have. M1a1 kits have largely dried up and it has overlapping saw cut demilled receiver piece
  4. Browning BAR parts for sale ! ! ! I have all sorts of things from the mundane everyday item to rare one-ofs. Lots of spares to keep your BAR running, some NOS parts, accessories. Basically everything but the receiver (and I'm selling those too but cut up in little chunks!) Browse around at http://www.WWIIBARMAN.com and enter code STURM for 15% off any internal receiver part from this sub category: receiver Internals Stock up on hammers, bolts, springs, links, the unsexy internal parts that keep your machines plowing along year after year. These are part of my 20 year personal collection, I'm selling off everything down to one example of each part, everything is hand picked and accurately described, what you see is what you get. Thanks Buddy and David for keeping the site going!
  5. WTS BAR parts of all sorts

    Sorry Larry, only BAR parts
  6. Lots of BAR belts for sale to thin out the collection: WWI Belts: Long 10/11 1918 marked WWI Gunners belt, in unissued condtion. Some wear on the butt cup and some rust stains on the left rear pocked but overall a very nice belt $165 http://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/belts/products/wwi-gunners-belt 2nd assistant gunners belt, Marked Long 11-18. Beautiful unissued condition $250 http://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/belts/products/2nd-assistant-gunners-belt Issued WWI P.B. & Co 6/9 1918 2nd assistant gunners belt. Rust/blood stains on bottom of one pouch, I'd rate at 65% condition, see photos on link; Has unit badge! $165 http://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/belts/products/wwi-2nd-assistant-gunners-belt Issued WWI USMC 2nd assistant gunners belt with 4 BAR pouches and 4 M1903 clip pouches. Unmarked, this is the USMC Version of the hardest variation of all BAR belts. Used in good shape, some wear, see photos on link: $285 http://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/belts/products/wwi-usmc-2nd-assistant-gunners-belt 3rd assistant Riflemans belt, deep blue, just like a navy landing party would have worn. All WWI pattern (large buckles and early belt size adjustments). Name written on left inside (Baples?) and in 85% + condtion. Perfect for your Sand Pebbles tribute! $350 http://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/belts/products/navy-landing-party-riflemans-belt Unissued USMC M1918 Gunners belt, round taped flaps. You won't fine a nicer one! $235 http://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/belts/products/usmc-wwi-gunners-belt-unissued Mint unissued left side WWI Bandoleer. Marked P,B, & Co 7-1918. Rubber stamped ORD 22 and 79 cents on front. $115 http://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/belts/products/wwi-bandoleer-left-side-1 NOS packaged bandoleer, unfortunately it's been opened. Bandoleer is dated 7-18, packaging is dated 3/7/47 $165 http://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/belts/products/nos-bandoleer WWI USMC Left side bandoleer marked Long 5-18. Mint and un-issued but with small hole in front $99 http://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/belts/products/usmc-bandoleer-left-side WWI USMC right side Bandoleer with rounded flaps indicating Marine issue. Marked Long 4-18. Mint and unissued but there is a tear in one of the flap and the strap, see photo on link: $80 http://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/belts/products/usmc-bandoleer-right-side WWII Belts: PB&C khaki belt marked 9-18, upgraded to M1937 belt standards with the smaller buckles and later adjustable belt system. Rubber stamped M6190 on left side. Belt is in 70% condtion, one flap has been replaced, one of the pouches has a corner that has worn through and missing the drain hole grommet. A very interesting early WWII upgrade $115 http://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/belts/products/modified-2nd-assistant-riflemans-belt Unissued M1937 belt marked Boyt 1942. Flaps are slightly darker material. A rare belt in great shape! $195 http://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/belts/products/two-toned-m1937-belt left half of a M1937 modified gunners belt in fair conditon. All clasps work and no rips. This has been modified to the M1937 standard and has (paint? Blood?) splatter on the fabric $38 http://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/belts/products/wwi-belt-modified-to-m1937-specs-left-side-only Post WWII Left half of BAR belt: Post war dark olive 1/2 belt. Three pouches, repair on the front male clasp. $22 http://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/belts/products/left-half-of-a-m1937-belt M1937 Gunners belt, marked Concord 1951. This one is dark green and has no rips although one flap is frayed. Perfectly serviceable used mag belt $68 http://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/belts/products/m1937-2nd-assistant-riflemans-belt-2 Rare, hard to find in the US, a M1937 pattern gunners belt marked ROK (Republic of Korea). Used but in good condition $195 http://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/belts/products/rok-south-korean-m1937-belt 1970's US Belt; This is sort of a mystery belt. I've never found documentation of it but have seen this belt in the Tales of the Gun show in the Anniston Army Depot so this is a US issued belt. It's made of cotton and nylon and has a M1956 style pistol belt with three eyelets. It still holds 12 mags just like a M1937 belt $80 http://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/belts/products/latest-version-gunners-belt-1980s Thanks for looking all, and thanks to Dave and Buddy!
  7. Greetings all, George in NC here, I'm thinning out the BAR collection of over 20 years. I have all sorts of things from the mundane everyday item to rare one-ofs. Lots of spares to keep your BAR running, some NOS parts, accessories. Basically everything but the receiver (and I'm selling those too but cut up in little chunks!) Brouse around at http://www.WWIIBARMAN.com and enter code Sturm for free shipping on any order. I'm motivated to sell and once it's gone it's gone. This is 20 years of accumulated collecting that I'm getting rid of. Thanks Buddy and David for keeping the site going!
  8. WTS: LOTS OF BAR PARTS 4th of July sale

    Thanks for all the orders! I'm extending the sale for a week, code USA through July 11th! Happy Birthday USA! ! ! George www.wwiibarman.com
  9. WTS: LOTS OF BAR PARTS 4th of July sale

    It's www.wwiibarman.com thanks for the heads up Darkest2000
  10. All sorts of BAR parts for sale, I've been collecting for 20 years, and have started thinning out the collection. Barrels, gas tubes, regulators, demills, manuals, belts, accessories, bolts, trigger groups, ect. If you can think of it I probably have it or have had it. Every part on the site is THE part, individually graded and photographed. To celebrate the birthday of the United States, now through July 4th, all orders 15% off, just enter code USA on checkout www.wwiibarman.com Thanks Buddy and Dave! George \
  11. Home — Winchester — UNISSUED M1918 (upgraded to A2) Winchester sample cabinet BAR UNISSUED M1918 (upgraded to A2) Winchester sample cabinet BAR $ 6,000.00 Here is a RARE and ONE OF A KIND piece! This is a Winchester M1918 parts kit that was used as a 'Sample Cabinet' rifle. It was an in house, unissued, unfired example of an M1918 and over the years they 'upgraded' the sample cabinet to reflect what a M1918a2 should be. Although this has some interesting 'prototype' upgrades, and other upgrades were not done at all. Upgrades seem to start in the late 1930's and end in the mid 1950's. The receiver has been cut and is not complete and the barrel has been 'saw relived' at the shoulder but otherwise a mint, unissued BAR, most of which is almost 100 years old but looks brand new! Barrel - Colt slim profile. This is consistent with a photo of a demonstration board BAR from the Winchester factory in 1918. The barrel has no maker mark or date. It has had a relief cut in the shoulder to remove it, this may be welded and re-turned. It's a crying shame someone had to go and do this. The blue is perfect, deep and the bore is 100% Bright and crisp Gas Tube - W marked, deep blue. It has the 'third type' gas regulator on the end Forearm - M1918a2 forearm, but with a strange brass bushing on the bottom screw, one that didn't make it on any other forearm I have ever seen. Prototype forearm perhaps? Check out the photos Trigger housing - M1918, unmodified, with the M1918 full-semi-safe parts still installed. Everything is brand new Internals - All bright unblued and W marked Charging handle - Nice dark blue, and has the checkering that was present only in Winchesters Rear Sight - Milled base, prototype rear sight aperture, it's a ring peep site, unlike the notch peep sight of a M1918a2. It looks more like a hybrid of a M1918 and an M1918a2. Buffer - the buffer tube, like the trigger group is a M1918. Never upgraded Butt Stock - A2 wood stock, with the early milled swivel that accepts the monopod and an early M1918a2 buttplate Receiver - cut and incomplete. What is left has a dark blueing on it, on the left side is stamped 'SAMPLE CABINET' across from the ejection port. The top has no serial number stamped . The rear section of the receiver has not had the A2 'sear trip' relief cut milled. There are no Ordnance or inspector marks, as it was never entered into Government inventory Missing parts - the only missing parts are the recoil spring and guide, probably removed and discarded while being demilled. No magazine, bipod, or flash hider. Also no carrying handle seems ever to have been mounted An ultra rare, BRAND NEW, parts set that mixes new, old, and prototype parts. It's a shame it had to be cut up, you can look the wide world over, and never find a nicer parts set. $6,000 http://www.wwiibarman.com/collections/winchester/products/unissued-m1918-upgraded-to-a2-winchester-sample-cabinet-bar I'm Selling off most of my BAR collection, look around, I have lots of BAR parts and goodies
  12. Selling one Colt Monitor Parts set, demilled by torch cutting and missing the front half of the receiver. It appears like new in all other regards. I am unsure of it's history or serial number, I was told it came out of a widows closet post 86' and was torch cut on site. Most experts agree there were aprox 125-135 Monitors built and 90 went to the FBI. That leaves at most 45 out there in the wild. This is perhaps the rarest and most sought after production machine gun ever $12,500 http://www.wwiibarman.com/products/colt-monitor-parts-kit I am liquidating most of my personal BAR collections, look around the WWIIBARMAN site for more BAR goodies