Aaron in Mohnton Pa

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  • City and State Mohnton, Pa
  • Avatar Info BeltFeds.Com - FFL 07/02 SOT

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  1. WTS: 7.62x51 Ammo Chute w/ M60 Gun End and Box End

    Sold Pending Funds in under 30 minutes ... buddy, I will mark sold when I get to a desktop Aaron - Mohnton, PA Sales@BeltFeds.Com
  2. Have some unobtanium here.... This is a original section of Standard Armament 7.62x51 Ammunition Feed Chute (This is exactly how I received it) .. It has a correct M60 gun End and box end. The Chute is 4ft 3in long. It is likely Vietnam era surplus. With the correct adapters this can be used with the M60, 1919, M240, M249, or any other 7.62 / 5.53 belt gun. This ammo chute has always been extremely difficult to find and certainly isn't getting any easier. $1,000 plus shipping ($14.35 USPS Priority Mail) Aaron - Mohnton, PA Sales@BeltFeds.Com
  3. WTS: Stellite M2hb .50 cal Barrels - Pics

    BTT... Aaron - Mohnton, Pa Sales@BeltFeds.Com
  4. Custom M60 / M60e3 / e4 / e6 Gun Covers - Pics

    BTT.... Aaron - Mohnton, Pa Sales@BeltFeds.Com
  5. WTS: M60 Bolt Disassembly Tools - $75 - Pics

    Seven month BTT... Aaron - Mohnton, Pa Sales@BeltFeds.Com
  6. I’ll take all of these. Emailed you regarding them. thanks, Aaron - Mohnton, Pa
  7. WTS: Colt IAR Upper Receiver - Pics

    One month BTT ... Aaron - Mohnton, Pa Sales@BeltFeds.Com
  8. WTS: M60e4 Heavy (Sustained Fire) Commando Barrel

    Barrel is SPF.... Buddy, i'll mark sold once payment is received. Disregard, Barrel Still available.... Sorry for the confusion all Aaron - Mohnton, Pa
  9. This is a early M60e4 Heavy sustained fire commando barrel. I have seen maybe 3 of these total out there. This one has been in my personal collection for years. I have never fired it. The story behind this barrel. I was contacted by large NFA dealer to look at a few transferable M2hbs that needed repaired .. while at his shop I saw this barrel. I had seen a few before. I asked him about it.... he told me he got it directly from the Colt Museum..I ended up purchasing the barrel. From what I gathered ... Colt had teamed up with Saco in some of there last years and were developing the e4 before it was officially the e4 mod 0 .... for those designs they had a heavy long barrel and a heavy short commando barrel. The heavy profile of the barrel sustains my more abuse and longer firing cycles prior to failure compared to the regular thin profile barrels. Barrel is used. Perfect condition. Very rare. Price - $1,500 plus shipping Aaron - Mohnton, Pa Sales@BeltFeds.Com **PHOTOS BELOW FOR REFERENCE OF THE LONG HEAVY SUSTAINED FIRE BARREL. WHICH IS THE LONGER VERSION OF THIS BARREL.
  10. .223 M60 Parts - A closer look

    @Rambonee , No problem. I look forward to them as well.
  11. .223 M60 Parts - A closer look

    Lewman Arms (posted on this thread) is actively producing or attempting to produce a 7.62x39 kit I believe the 5.56 kit too... so they are in the works .. Aaron - Mohnton, Pa
  12. WTS: JRW .223 M60 Feed Tray / .223 Extractors

    @Aros , yes it is sad how he passed at the peak of doing such great things. I love hearing from people who were close with John. All have had such good things to say about him which is a testament to his character and the work he was doing within the NFA community. Even if you only got one of Reed’s 60s I’m sure it is premium example of one! Thanks for sharing Aaron
  13. For those of you who are not familiar with John Weaver (JRW) ... He designed a semi automatic M60 in the late 80s early 1990s (his design was approved by the ATF in the early 90's after years of back and forth). At the same time, John had designed a .223 conversion kit for the M60. Unfortunately John died in a motorcycle accident back in the 90s. Very few of his parts are still out there circulating. Years ago, a friend of John and his family reached out to me about M60 parts and post sample machine guns that were still in John's estate. I ended up purchasing a good amount of the M60 parts. When I went through everything I found that John's original tools for setting rivets were in there. Also was his .223 M60 extractor jig (the extractors have to be modified to grab the .223 cartridge), multiple extractors, a belt pawl, and a bunch of other stuff I may have missed. It was all just piled in a box when I go it. I also got one of his original .223 feed trays. It is marked "JRW 012" .. One of the more important parts for the .223 conversion. Amazingly, the extractor jig still has an extractor in it that John was modifying... The very last one ever that he worked on sadly. The extractor is still in there as I never removed it. I have been sitting on this stuff for a very long time and the reality is I will never use it. So I am selling it as one small lot of parts. Price - $375 plus shipping ($7.90) Aaron - Mohnton, Pa Sales@BeltFeds.Com
  14. I have two of these early M60e4 Ammo Hangers. These were designed so that you can use Mk48 Ammo Pouches with your M60. The ammo pouches go on and off the gun fast for quick reloads. These have not been made in a very very long time. Price- $200 each plus shipping Aaron - Mohnton, Pa Sales@BeltFeds.Com
  15. WTB - MK93 Soft Mount for M240 / M249(s) - M192 M205 Tripod

    I have the M240 / M249 adapters which are what allows you to use your M240/249 in a Mk93 Soft Mount.