BROWNING MACHINE GUN
CALIBER .30 ALL TYPES
U.S. MACHINE GUN, CALIBER .22
AND TRAINER, CALIBER .22
April 4, 1942".
Photo pages showing;
Aircraft 1918M1 -flexible,
Photos show different top covers (like 1917 but no sight base), top cover latches (w/2 handles), cocking handle brackets and extensions, trunnion adapters (like M2 aircraft) slotted barrel jackets, backplates and spade grips.
Showing slotted barrel jackets and a different type of top cover hinge pin w/no plates.
Shows different cocking handle assy. for each type
Also has sectional drawings of 1917A1, 1918 and M2 tripods with parts and drawing numbers listed. Shows the dial on the early M2 tripod head.
M1918 Belt loader photos with diagrams showing all parts, even internals with nomenclature.
Machinist drawings of; Plug, steam tube wrench / Plug, muzzle gland wrench / Water Jacket disassembling wrench.
AND FINALLY (drum roll please)
Illustrated "Inspection guide for Caliber .30 Browning machine guns"
Did you know that the firing pin spring and barrel plunger spring are different lengths between the 1917A1, 1919 aircraft and 1919A4?
You would if you had this manual. A wealth of information.
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