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  1. Machineguns for Sale

    I'm giving up my SOT and have several machine guns available. Email me at M3A1 (Keeper) $14K (new) MG34 (Keeper) $15K BAR (Keeper) $16K FN FAL (Keeper) $15K HK UMP40SD $6000 (Rare HK imported can) HK MP5 (2) $ Missing parts - No letter Post Sample MP5 Clone $3K No letter Post Sample MP40 (Keeper) $12K MPK (Keeper) $7K MPKL (Keeper) $7K Stemple w/can $8500 (Transferable) Stemple $8000 (Transferable) Mac 10 .45 w/can $12K (Transferable) NEW Steyr Aug $28K (Transferable) NEW H&K 51 $38K (Transferable) M16 - SENDRA $23K (Transferable) AK47 Under Folder $24K (Transferable) RDIAS Sear $1K Postie I also have some pistols with suppressor and more coming. Most are in my inventory on Form e's. I will e*File. Any questions, let me know.
  2. A beautiful piece of history. Developed and introduced in 1917, the 30-06 cal Browning Automatic Rifle is regarded as one of the best shoulder-fired automatic weapons of World War I. By original conception, the BAR was to be used by actively maneuvering infantry units, allowing them to provide their own suppressing fire while advancing across no-man's-land and still be capable of aimed single shots. American infantry doctrine did not embrace the "marching fire" concept, instead focusing on the "squad automatic" concept, favoring man-portable weapons firing from fixed positions in support of defense and maneuver, with later variants of the BAR, the 1918A1 and A2, adjusted to better accommodate this style of combat. A relative late-comer for World War I, the BAR made a good impression on users and allies. Retained in government arsenals following the war, the BAR remained a gold standard of small arms firepower, while also gaining infamy for it's desirability to criminals; famous outlaws Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker were among those who raided government stocks for the BAR and used them to great effect in altercations with the police. On entering World War II, the BAR was America's prime light machine gun, and BAR gunners were a key source of firepower for Army and Marine units. While eventually retired in favor of weapons designed explicitly for the Squad Automatic rifle, the BAR served with dignity for many decades, seeing U.S. use as late as the Korean War. Blade front and folding ladder rear sights, with a plain tubular flash hider threaded to the muzzle, "18" dated barrel, and "eagle head" and "flaming bomb" proofs on some components. The top of the receiver bears the 5-line Winchester nomenclature, with the early "F A S" pattern (semi/full/safe) selector mechanism with the spring loaded catch to keep the operator from accidentally putting the rifle on "SAFE" when switching to full-auto operation. Fitted with a deeply checkered forearm and a smooth pistol grip stock. Included with the lot are 3 magazines, original 1918 cupped ammo belt, BAR oiler and magazine loader. Very good condition. The rifle has been completely reworked by Stan Andrewski and functions flawlessly. The forearm bears a hairline crack and a safe ding on its right side. The stock is in excellent shape without any repairs. Mechanically excellent condition with original internal components bearing a “W” proof mark as shown in the attached photos. This item is restricted as a National Firearms Act (NFA) and is fully transferable. It is also classified as a "Curios or Relic" (C&R) as defined in 27 CFR, 478.11. Price; $49,500 plus shipping and insurance. First buyer to commit in writing, either by email or text, will have priority to purchase. Full purchase price due with order. The only trade considered is a transferable H&K MP5K-PDW. All NFA rules apply. Questions will be answered in writing via email or text. My email is “BAR at”. Text number is 614-537-3539.
  3. Item is a Rare, Bushmaster BAR-10 rifle chambered in .308 Win. This design has some very unique features and was ahead of its time with ambidextrous bolt release and some other clever design details. Perhaps most interesting is the use of economical and plentiful, steel FN-FAL magazines! Rifle is in excellent condition and comes with factory original hard case, manual and (2) FN-FAL magazines Price is $1,995 and is In Stock and Ready to Ship! Must ship to FFL. Interested parties please email Thank you. Geoffrey Herring
  4. I have the following transferable MG's for sale Vector Uzi in all 3 cal 12k Browning BAR 1918A2 Group Industries 27k MP40 Wilson 14K 1928 Thompson WH 16.5k FNC Sear Gun w/burst 14.5k All run ok and all on a form 4 in ohio, 3 mags per gun. All funds up front buyer pays shipping, email for pics or questions.
  5. WTS: Early Colt 1918 BMR

    I have an early C&R Colt 1918 Browning Machine Rifle that I'm looking to sell to fund another project. It has the very rare humpback stock and is British Stamped from WW1, serial # 19499. I have a FOIA on it and it was transferred to me on a Form 4. C&R OK ! Also have many accessories available as well. A very nice gun! 50/50 payments are OK. Buyer pays all transfer fees and shipping. Asking price is $49,900 for any questions.
  6. Looking to buy an Ohio Ordnance Works 1918A3 Semi-Auto BAR SLR. I'm mainly interested in one of the models with a wood stock over the Bakelite, but I'm still interested in both. Let me know if you've got one or know someone who's got one they'd be willing to part with. Thanks!
  7. WTB: Browning BAR

    Looking for BAR for sale
  8. This is a pre-may 86 dealer sample keeper. This gun is in excellent original condition, no rebuild marks in original finish with the original 10-43 barrel. The bore is beautiful, and the throat gauges almost as new in comparison to a new OOW barrel. Original BARs like this don't show up often, if you're looking this is a great example. My SOT is current so this will efile on a form 3. $11k delivered. steve at adcofirearms com
  9. Looking for demilled receivers, complete set or just pieces; also Philadelphia Ordnance 80% Receiver. Direct email only, please: Remove NOSPAM from email
  10. WTS: Hand Select M1918A2 Browning BAR Parts Kit. Sold, but we have BAR and all other model Browning machine gun parts in stock: (775) 671-7500.
  11. This is the most reliable rifle I've ever owned. I got it from Kent Lomont many years ago and would take it out once every couple of years. It never fails to cycle and go bang. Nice New England Arms BAR with almost no wear on the operating parts, just marks on the take downs from me cleaning it, and rack wear from being banged around in the armory. One notable exception is the bullet hole through the foot of the bi-pod. Bet that hurt! This one is a keeper for when you give up your licenses.Call two zero eight three75-1800 or email.
  12. Very rare to find WWI Colt BAR M1918 extractor. 9.9 times out of 10 these extractors are WWII or post war NES or Royal Typewriter. This one is an original Colt with the C and arrow. It's in excellent like new condition. Correct your Colt BAR up with this one. It's not cheap but you won't find another one anytime soon. Well worth it for your original Colt BAR. $150 shipped.
  13. I have an original WWI Model M1918 BAR barrel. It's very rare to find an M1918 barrel, original from WWI period but even more rare to find one in this condition! Throat measures "0" and Muzzle erosion ".07" which is basically "0" but I round it to 1. How this barrel survived all these years without being shot out is a small miracle. This particular barrel is marked with an "M" which stands for Marlin. It's dated "7 18" which stands for July of 1918. It has the flaming bomb ordnance stamp between the M and date and again on the outside near the throat. Even more intriguing is the fact that this barrel came off a lend lease BAR to England. Markings of .30/062-494" BNP with crown Tons per square is marked near the throat on the outside of the barrel. This barrel is chambered for the original caliber of of the BAR which is 30-06. There are some tool marks where the barrel was installed or removed (most likely removed) at an arsenal somewhere (see last pic). I've seen these tool marks before on many BAR barrels. It's indicative of using a vice that was used to take the barrel off. It's not a huge gash but there are marks indicating such. Now for the best part. The bore is mirror finish. No erosion, cloudiness or frost. Strong lands and grooves which backs up the measurements of TE 0 and ME 1. I place this barrel at a 9 out of 10 ready for your original M1918 Marlin BAR. They aren't making these any more and finding one in this condition is rare as hen's teeth so buy it now before someone else does. I have a "best offer" button but don't insult with low ball offers as this is going to move close if not at the asking price. I'm very familiar with what BAR parts are commanding. Recently at Knob creek I spotted an original Marlin parts kit that the owner wanted $4,000 for. Get it now before it's too late. After all, your registered gun deserves it and it's worth it! Transferable BAR's are now worth north of $30,000! $950 shipped to anywhere in cont. US. Will accept, checks, money order, etc. 3% more for paypal or credit cards. I have many BAR parts large and small so email me what you need and I can let you know if I have it and how much.
  15. WTB: 1918A2 BAR complete Gas Tube, Late Type, Single Notch, BAR. BAR Late Model, Single Notch, Gas Tube Assembly, with regulator and swivel. Condition: Worn out or serviceable US GI (complete) or bare if that's only what you have. WTB: 1928A2 BAR charging handle complete, new or used WTB: 1918A2 BAR barrel (worn out or serviceable) complete I am putting together a display replica non-firing 1918A2 BAR, so looking for reasonable parts that do not have to be serviceable, but complete to make a correct period replica display BAR. Your help is appreciated. Thank you. contact me at please
  16. 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 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!
  17. I have an excellent as new M1918 colt manufactured slim profile BAR barrel with date stamp 1 19, the bore is bright and shinny sharp lands and grooves, there is no throat wear and the crown is as factory new. $1350 shipped in CONT US, USPS money order, certified bank check, personal check (checks have to clear ) Insurance is extra....
  18. I am interested in Swedish BAR Kg m/21 and Kg m/37 parts & accessories.
  19. Looking to buy an original Marlin Rockwell 1918 BAR barrel.
  20. 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 2nd assistant gunners belt, Marked Long 11-18. Beautiful unissued condition $250 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 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 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 Unissued USMC M1918 Gunners belt, round taped flaps. You won't fine a nicer one! $235 Mint unissued left side WWI Bandoleer. Marked P,B, & Co 7-1918. Rubber stamped ORD 22 and 79 cents on front. $115 NOS packaged bandoleer, unfortunately it's been opened. Bandoleer is dated 7-18, packaging is dated 3/7/47 $165 WWI USMC Left side bandoleer marked Long 5-18. Mint and un-issued but with small hole in front $99 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 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 Unissued M1937 belt marked Boyt 1942. Flaps are slightly darker material. A rare belt in great shape! $195 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 Post WWII Left half of BAR belt: Post war dark olive 1/2 belt. Three pouches, repair on the front male clasp. $22 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 Rare, hard to find in the US, a M1937 pattern gunners belt marked ROK (Republic of Korea). Used but in good condition $195 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 Thanks for looking all, and thanks to Dave and Buddy!
  21. 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 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!
  22. WTS Winchester 1918 BAR Mint $45,000

    Winchester 1918 BAR in 99%++ condition from the Winchester museum. Firearm is immaculate inside and out. This is as close to an NIB 1918 BAR you will find. It appears to be unfired. This is a collector grade BAR and you will not find a nicer one than this. Transferable firearm form 3. All NFA rules apply! I have additional photos at Any questions please email. $45,000 +shipping/Ins. Regards, Mike Piazza Long Range Industries 602.799.4053
  23. Large lot of USGI BAR parts for sale including: Cylinder Gauge x 1 BAR Gas Tube Slide Assembly x 1 Gas Tube with gas tube regulator x 1 Flash Hider x 1 Front sight protector x 1 Forearm x 1 Carry Handle x1 Late War bipod x 1 Early war bipod x1 Early War Bakelite stock with monopod cutout (stripped )x 1 Late War Stock complete with buttplate and swivel ass. x 1 Stock retaining sleeve x 1 US WWI Model BAR Combination Wrench x1 BAR Combination tool, Reamer x 2 Brush, Set, BAR x 1 BAR Buffer Head x 3 BAR Buffer Assembly Cup x 12 BAR Buffer Assembly Actuator x 2 BAR Buffer Actuator Spring x 3 BAR Sear Release x 3 BAR Buffer Key x 3 BAR Buffer Assembly Cone x 12 $1000 shipped http:// http://