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  1. Charles E. Houdak Inland Arms Sideplate 1919A4 BMG W/ 1919A6 kit Accessories, Spare barrels & WWII Cloth Belt Loader Safe Queen Spare original complete bolt Spare original barrel extension Original WWII Tripod Tripod Pintle Original Tripod T&E mechanism Carry Handle Original 1942 dated WWII cloth belt loader 9 Original 250 round WWII cloth Belts most dated 1943 Original 30-06 links should you decide to shoot linked ammo (3000-4000) 30-06 Link starter tabs NOS 1919A4 spare barrel (possibly 2, I have to check) 1919A6 conversion kit 2 Original 1919A6 barrels And 1919A6 barrel shroud 4 WWII original ammo cans Spade Grip assembly (mint & unused) extra top cover spring a few Original spare barrel covers Original 1919A4 gun cover Original B.M.G. oil can Inland was the FFL07/SOT firearms business of Charles "Chuck" Hudak from Dripping Springs, TX. "C.E.H." stamped on the side plate after "U.S. INSP." stands for "Charles E. Hudak". Hudak was an enthusiast of sideplate Browning MGs, and tried to imitate them as closely as possible, all his BMG builds had military parts only. Hudak's built and registered Machine Guns in the late 1970s and early 1980s, and his guns have an excellent reputation and don’t come up for sale that often owing to the fact his career was cut short when he was killed in a car crash in the 1980’s. I have taken this gun to the range once and fired it with cloth belts no links have ever been used in the gun. gun possibly unfired before me photos speak to condition contact me for larger photos or a short video of the one time I took it out & shot it Gun with all accessories 25k or *Best Offer* Gun is on a form 4 in Arizona I will pay First Tax Stamp Buyer pays shipping Thanks For Looking!
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