This is a beautiful example of a finely detailed, scaled down version of the famous Browning Model 1919 .30 Cal Machine Gun that is "fully automatic" and registered as a Class III/NFA weapon. These were manufactured in the 1980s by Tippman Arms of Fort Wayne, Indiana and are faithful copy of the original design only scaled down to fire the "22 Long Rifle" cartridge. This super MG is complete with a tripod, T&E mechanism, two ammunition cans and two cloth belts. The right side of the receiver, behind the cocking handle it is marked "MOD. 1919/NO. F40A/TIPPMANN ARMS CO./FT. WAYNE, IN.". It has the standard blade front sight and folding adjustable rear sight on the receiver, air-cooled barrel with perforated barrel jacket/heat shield and a checkered pistol grip. It comes with a hardwood military-style case, papers from Tippmann detailing the internal operation, a manual, two OD green scale ammunition cans and two non-disintegrating cloth belts. All the accessories and weapon itself can fit inside the storage/carrying case.
Excellent with 99% of the original parkerized finish overall showing no finish loss. The gun actually looks like it was never fired. The various accessories and wooden storage case are all in excellent condition. If you are looking for one of these, this is the one to buy! NOTE: This weapon is a National Firearms Act (NFA), Class 3, Fully Automatic Weapon, which is registered with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, (BATF) under the provisions of 18 U.S.C. Chapter 44 and 27 CFR part 478.
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