Messages
1,660
Reactions
1,850
I bought this today. Did not think I'd ever own one. Kind of tripped into it.

38964CDE-AF31-4C6D-83F8-236544829BE3.jpeg 1A0D6343-3F3A-4FBB-B67A-3C8D76B5D460.jpeg D785A41E-0A4A-4CEF-A712-4052A316EC03.jpeg
 
Messages
1,660
Reactions
1,850
I will say this, I paid a very fair price for it, under market value. It came with over 400 rounds of ammunition, 15 or so magazines, a 75 round steel drum mag that I can't figure out for Jack didilly, Bayonet, stripper clips and some stuff to make loading ammo easier.
 
a 75 round steel drum mag that I can't figure out for Jack didilly
Does the drum have the 3 "rounds" as a follower? Basically, 3 linked dummy rounds - they'll look like snap caps. You should be able to see them in the drum's loading port. Have you opened the drum yet? If you have, is the 3rd follower round (the one with the tab on it) the one that's furthest inside the drum? Is the internal spring wound up, or has it been released? If you remove the 3 linked follower rounds and you don't keep tension on the spring by blocking/holding the spokes, then the spring will release, dare I say, rapidly. Then you'll have to rewind it, which is a bastidge of a PITA. Don't ask me how I know this little tidbit...
 
Last Edited:
Messages
1,660
Reactions
1,850
When I get home I will take pictures of it. No dummy rounds, doesn't seem to be any spring tension on it.
 

Latest Resource Reviews

New Classified Ads

Back Top