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: 1919 Spade Grips - Pics

    6 month BTT... Aaron - Mohnton, Pa Sales@BeltFeds.Com
  2. WTS: 249 SAW 100 rd camo nucksack belt pouch

    I will buy all the pouches TJR doesn’t buy.. Aaron - Mohnton, Pa
  3. I’ll take the e3 ambi safetys Aaron- Mohnton, Pa
  4. WTS: RIA M60 Trunions w/ Gas tubes - Pics

    2 year BTT .... I have a few of these in. Aaron - Mohnton, Pa Sales@BeltFeds.Com
  5. WTB: Original Wood Mac 11 Stock

    All, I’m looking to buy an original Mac 11 wood stock with logo. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Aaron - Mohnton, Pa Sales@BeltFeds.Com
  6. I got this in a parts lot awhile ago. I did not make the pack frame so how you see it is how I received it. The can is a 400 round xm-23 Ammo can (does not have a lid). Another 100 rounds fits in the chute when loaded to give a 500 round ammo load. The pack frame has two studs in the back that hold the can in place. It has 3ft 9inches of Standard armament feed chute including box end and gun end. The gun end is currently oriented to use with an M60 but can be configured to use with any 7.62 gun so long as the gun has a way of connecting the chute. This unit is ready to run as is. Price - $2,150 Plus shipping Aaron - Mohnton, Pa Sales@BeltFeds.Com
  7. I have some new Mk249 and Mk46 Channels. The Mk46 Channels do not have a cut for a magazine. No longer available Aaron - Mohnton, Pa Sales@BeltFeds.Com
  8. I have three New old stock Mk48 bolt and slide assemblies available. These are complete and ready to run. They are as nice as they come. $550 each (bolt and slide considered one unit) Aaron - Mohnton, Pa Sales@BeltFeds.Com
  9. This is a factory Navy 600 Round ammo can and holder for the Mk93 Soft Mounts. This would be used then the mount has a M240 in it. It is made from Stainless steel. As mentioned it holds 600 rounds of 7.62x51 and an even larger amount of 5.56 ammo. These cans are used by the Navy with single and twin mounts. Price - $850 plus shipping Aaron - Mohnton, Pa Sales@BeltFeds.Com
  10. I have a few M142 Cradle Mounts for the M60. These are the orignal USGI surplus long pintle types which can be used in and large pintle socket. The cradles hold a 200 round ammo can on the side. There is a travel lock pin, which when removed, you can free gun with full traverse / elevation etc. These will work with the M60e3 and M60D as well. They will not work with the e4 / e6 front railed handguard. Price - $600 each plus shipping Aaron - Mohnton, Pa Sales@BeltFeds.Com
  11. WTS: M240L Trigger Group

    Trigger group is sold pending funds to a board member. I will mark as sold once transaction is completed. Thanks, Aaron - Mohnton, PA Sales@BeltFeds.Com
  12. M134 Mini Gun Build - Lots of Photos

    @Waffen Und Bier, LOL I am not sure that would be fun holding this thing with live rounds and a pack. I have seen it done with blanks though. I may try a pack while standing behind the gun while its mounted...just for fun
  13. WTS: M60e4 Mod 1 Railed Handguard

    Sold pending funds to a board member …. Will update and mark as sold once sale is completed. Thanks, Aaron - Mohnton, Pa
  14. M134 Mini Gun Build - Lots of Photos

    I thought I would share some photos and video from my recent M134 Mini Gun Build since there isn't a whole lot of information out there on these. Sourcing all of the parts for this was a pain... a lot of the parts don't seem to come up for sale anymore since Garwood got shut down. We had to use a torch cut demilled housing which we form 2'd into a post sample machine gun. I was fortunate enough to have a friend who owns the old Fleming Firearms welding jig, which helped get this torch cut GE housing back together. I was also fortune to have some very knowledgeable people in my corner helping me with this. There is definitely a learning curve to overcome with these guns. After the housing was welded and cleaned up, we went through the process of testing by hand to ensure everything rotates freely. With a rewelded housing, expansion / shrinking from heat can cause problems. High spots or warping for example or problems in the bolt tracks can cause a number of problems. Everything checked out when spinning by hand. We then tested under power, then with dummy rounds, then with blanks. After everything ran smooth we finally got it out on the range and it runs perfect. Aaron FFL 07/02 SOT
  15. I have one of these M60e4 Mod 1 Railed Handguards left for sale. It is new old stock US Ordnance Surplus. It has never been on a gun. These are made from billet aluminum . These e4 parts are no longer being produced and have become impossible to find. $550 plus $14.35 Shipping Aaron - Mohnton, PA Sales@BeltFeds.Com