Jump to content

Natcar

Members
  • Content Count

    3
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

10 Good

About Natcar

  • Rank
    Private

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. This is an active, functional gun so removing the feed ramp wasn't an option. I will put some video of it firing on YouTube and share a link. I am checking on clearances for a Gatling gun crank.
  2. I had to make some clearance cuts in my mount for the Browning 1919A4 in 308 caliber. I believe that the clearance issue comes from the fact that the original was in 30.06 and the 308 used a feed pawl on the left side that aligns the round with the bolt. The mount works great now, The remote trigger is really cool. After fitting it in the turret I am going to remove it and refinish the mount.
  3. I recently purchased a Ferret Scout car. I am enjoying it, learning as I go. I am pleased with the vehicle, seems to be heavy duty and wall maintained. I wanted something that had armor on it, and having a turret is like icing on the cake. I just got through building a semi-auto browning 1919 a4, I mean if you have a gun mount you need the gun that goes in it. Has anyone had any experience with fitting the 1919 in the cradle? I am have an interference with the rear feed guide hitting the cradle and not letting it go all the way down. It is probably because I built it for 308 and will have to clearance cut the mount a little.
×
×
  • Create New...