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Northern Maine Tactical posted a topic in AmmunitionI have an enormous amount of 8mm Mauser (7.92) ammo in crates. Pickup only. So I'll make it worthwhile. Yes, my belted .50 BMG and 7.62 are gone. Also big mounts are gone I have lots of belts and starter tabs for MG34/42 etc. Also belts for ZB37 some unissued) :-) Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details. Thanks @
KendallOrdnance posted a topic in Parts and Accessories Market BoardM60, M134 and M240 owners using standard M13 disintegrating metal links now can easily and reliably link and delink .308 and 7.62x51 ammo belts. Have you tried other linkers that don't work very well? This one works great! Kendall Ordnance's new linker/delinker loads rounds perfectly every time and can be done with one hand. Do you have ammo belts that need to be delinked? Slide the lever forward, press the handle, and the rounds quickly extract. There is no need to change plates. This easy to use M13 linker/delinker: * holds 20 rounds * has extra space for a starter tab when using a nut sack * has a unique, rotary handle that causes zero friction on the palms while linking * is made from high-grade, durable 6061 T6 aluminum * key components are 1095 heat-treated * cartridge guides are heat-treated spring steel * easily transportable at just 15 pounds. * comes with four corner holes for screwing into a board or table. * 100% designed, machined and assembled in the USA Replacement parts are available for the cartridge guides and pusher. It is also available for M27 disintegrating metal links in .223 / 5.56. FOR PURCHASES: $549 + shipping. All questions/orders can be sent to email@example.com. We accept Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, Discover, money orders, USPS and cashier's checks.
I see IMA sells pricey 25-rd belts, but was hoping to find some 50-rd "sets" cheaper. By set I mean the 5 belts that make up a 250 round belt with a lead belt with starter tab. Who sells PKM belts in lengths less than 250-rds? Thanks, Cincylance