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Old 05-09-2007, 10:28 AM
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Default Allied Armament 1919a4 end all sale!!! $895

Not sure if this is the correct place to post this.

For all the members Calguns. I wanted to notify you all that we are running a one time Special that will nock your socks off.

This offer is being made here first and will not be posted anywhere else for the next 2 days.

After speaking to all of my major suppliers I have come to realize that the 1919 market is soon coming to an end! Because It is coming to an end I want to move more 1919's than ever and to do so I will have to price them appropriately.

This is a limited time offer an offer so great will never be seen again.

We are offering for a limited time (and I mean limited time) 1919a4's in Semiauto for $895 a gun!!! A $100 cheaper than my lowest priced competitor and nothing about the product or packaging will change it will still be the same high quality gun that all the group buy members received.

After this sale expect over the course of the next six months the price of the standard 1919a4 to go up by 100-200 or more, so you may want to think about purchasing one or two for investment purposes.

note: Shipping is not included in this price. Expect California Shipping to be $30-40. Expect complete firearms to ship in 4-6 weeks. We are now going to include with the firearms a batfe approval letter and Doj Approval letter. A small portion of funds will be sent to support blackwater ops.

I will post below in a few hours the accessories available for sale with these guns.

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503-543-5154 or email allied004@centurytel.net

We take all forms of payment

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Old 05-09-2007, 10:37 AM
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Oh boy another 1919. I'll have to think hard about getting another one. The price is great. Thanks James.
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Oh joy! Let me buy one of these machine guns that got BWO in trouble. NO THANKS!

Actually, that was my attempt to rationalize why I shouldn't buy one! Man, I think those things would be cool and would love to have one. Reality says I just can't afford it.

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Oh joy! Let me buy one of these machine guns that got BWO in trouble. NO THANKS!

Actually, that was my attempt to rationalize why I shouldn't buy one! Man, I think those things would be cool and would love to have one. Reality says I just can't afford it.

Someone buy one for me!
Ill buy one for you, if you buy another for me
Edit: Except Ill need the AA shroud on this one too ..HA!
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Dayum. I just ordered an upper and complete lower for that price. If you had posted this friday I would have bought one. Used my reserve and gotta wait till after I move.

How long is the sale for?

Hmmm, maybe I can scrap up the cash.
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I amm going to move this to commercial sales.

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Can we pick the caliber? What about options?
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Ahh crap, I gotta find things to sell again
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We are now going to include with the firearms a batfe approval letter and Doj Approval letter
You were going to send that along with the GB that we just had - hows bout sending that copy. These printed versions of the online scans come out sh***y
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Oh, my, yes. Where's my checkbook?

Forgive my ignorance, but would you happen to know which FFL's will transfer this? Or do I need to go through the National Guard instead?

And, does it matter if you have a safe affadavit, but there's no way it will fit in the safe? Maybe a storage depot affadavit? Or do I put one of those little itty bitty cable locks on it?
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I'd get one at that price, but with the BWO thing, I'm going to wait until after his case has played out and I hope all charges cleared. That's one gun I would love to own, but not right now.

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Is this sale limited to CA residents? A buddy of mine in AZ is in the market.
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After speaking to all of my major suppliers I have come to realize that the 1919 market is soon coming to an end! Because It is coming to an end I want to move more 1919's than ever and to do so I will have to price them appropriately.
Just out of curiousity - what would make you think this? I am not doubting you may have more information on it than myself, but could you share the reason for you prediction? There seems to be plenty in the way of supply, parts, and side-plates all across the internet and at gun shows as well as plenty in private hands. I have not heard of any pending BATF or even CA DOJ opposition to ownership of them in any way, and BWO's case is obviously a mistake over the aspects of "evil" inherent to the gun itself.

Does this have anything to do with Feinstein's recent proposal to classify many firearms as NFA items, like .50BMG rifles?

I am genuinely curious as to the source. I just do not want to have been caught "sitting on the pot too long".


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I'd get one at that price, but with the BWO thing, I'm going to wait until after his case has played out and I hope all charges cleared. That's one gun I would love to own, but not right now.
Get one now if you want one. While I am leary of the arguments about the M2HB not being a rifle and OK, though I understand the logic for the argument, there is nothing in any way associated with the 1919 to prevent it's legal ownership except some derision over the assembly of belts linking more than 10 rounds after 2000. There is nothing wrong with ownership of them in CA, and in BWO's case it will likely prove to be just a case of mistaken interpretation about whether his specific 1919's had inherent evil features or accessories.

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Lets just say the inventories are greatly reduced and there is about a years supply. Cheap/inexpensive parts kits are going to be a thing of the past real soon. Like a couple months.

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Just out of curiousity - what would make you think this? I am not doubting you may have more information on it than myself, but could you share the reason for you prediction? There seems to be plenty in the way of supply, parts, and side-plates all across the internet and at gun shows as well as plenty in private hands. I have not heard of any pending BATF or even CA DOJ opposition to ownership of them in any way, and BWO's case is obviously a mistake over the aspects of "evil" inherent to the gun itself.

Does this have anything to do with Feinstein's recent proposal to classify many firearms as NFA items, like .50BMG rifles?

I am genuinely curious as to the source. I just do not want to have been caught "sitting on the pot too long".


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Old 05-10-2007, 11:12 AM
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As for caliber conversions and accessories heres what we have.


Spade Grips: $240 a set w/gun purchase only 18 available

Site mounts: $45 35 in stock.

Trunion protectors: $15

Tripod M2 New manufactured by us, absolutely 100% military spec. $400 w/o pintle $475 w. 50 in stock 100 available.

A6 kits: $250 hand select A grade refinished, comes with bipod, carry handle and buttstock. 100 available

8mm conversions $250 25 available

.30-o6 conversion $150 still on back order but available

.308 barrels A grade 0-3 on the guage $55 a piece

Aircraft shrouds: $100 20 in stock

Crankfires $350 w/gun purchase only 25 in stock. Sorry not for CA residents.

This sale on the guns is not limited to CA, its nationwide.
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Is it possible to get a vanity serial number on the 1919A4 like "FU-CADOJ-001"? Or do I need to build my own to do that?
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So who will be able to DROS these & where can you shoot these? (NorCal/Bay Area). PM me if you got answers.
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Totally can engrave anything you want. It will cost about $65 and maybe delay delivery of your gun by an extra week, but yes totally can be done.

We have about 30 dealers throughout California that will transfer the guns. I will post the dealers when I get my database opened up on my other computer. I'm only going to post the general area information and not the companies names.


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Hmm... Though call for two reasons:

1. The whole BWO thing has me skittish on 1919's.
2. My current lack of funding for the weapon, let alone costs to feed a 1919. Not sure, but I think it may be cheaper to raise a child.

That said, it would be cool to have twin mounted 1919s.
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Heres the locations in California that will do transfers.

City
Garberville
Martinez
Roseville
Sonora
Pasadena
Oakherst
San Jose
Ontario
Huntington Beach
Santee
Escondido
Sacramento
Santee
Fontana
Colusa
San Marcos
Redondo Beach
Freemont
Atacadero
Orange
Atascadero
San Diego
Newhall
Mt. Shasta
San Mateo
Cerritos
Elk Grove
San Mateao
Redding
San Louis Obispo
Anaheim
Newhall
San Luis Obispo
Sacrimento
Walnut Creek
Pacifica
San Jose
Napa
Glendora
Ridgecrest
Sacramento
Riverside
Salinas
Oceansite
Brawley
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That said, it would be cool to have twin mounted 1919s.
This is exactly what I wanted to do - but why did this price have to come so close to the last GB
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This is exactly what I wanted to do - but why did this price have to come so close to the last GB
you know, if you do it...
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And you guys know that I am coming out with a twin mount soon. Better get that extra 1919....
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Hmm... Though call for two reasons:

1. The whole BWO thing has me skittish on 1919's.
2. My current lack of funding for the weapon, let alone costs to feed a 1919. Not sure, but I think it may be cheaper to raise a child.

That said, it would be cool to have twin mounted 1919s.
Why would you be skittish? There is nothing wrong with owning and shooting 1919's in semi-auto configurations in CA. They are not AWs and they are not considered machine guns when in semi-auto configuration. There have been numerous examples of the DOJ having no trouble with them at all. In BWO's case, it is either a clear mistaken interpretation by the DA and LEO involved, or there was some inherent issue with his 1919s that they have clearly confused themselves over and have ASSUMED they were evil rifles just because they look like they might be. The ONLY thing one must watch out for would be the interpretation of linking belt links into more than 10 rounds, if you didn't already own the belts before 2000. Nothing else about them falls within interpretation of Roberti-Roos or SB-23 AW issues. They are no more "evil" than any other semi-auto rifle in .308 or .30-06, like an M1A in .308, or a M1 Garand or Browning BAR Safari II in .30-06.

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There is nothing wrong with owning and shooting 1919's in semi-auto configurations in CA

Well, right now it's just the hassle. Once the 1919 part of BWO's case is dropped, I'll be very much more comfortable with the whole thing. In the meantime, maybe I should go ask the boss if I can work some OT...
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Well, right now it's just the hassle. Once the 1919 part of BWO's case is dropped, I'll be very much more comfortable with the whole thing. In the meantime, maybe I should go ask the boss if I can work some OT...
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Clearly the guns are legal in California, there is no black or white. It's legal, and thats it. We've been selling them here for 2 yrs, don't you think the ATF would come knocking on our door if they weren't. Also TNW has been selling them to CA for several years. The letters clearly state that they are legal. Buy with confidence. Most likely the recent situation with our fellow member was a misunderstanding, and whatever those charges are they will be dropped.
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...Most likely the recent situation with our fellow member was a misunderstanding, and whatever those charges are they will be dropped.
Lest we forget, A very expensive (for BWO) misunderstanding that will most likely haunt him for the rest of his life, regardless of charges being dropped.

County lockup sure sounds great!
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Mr. Hillbilly I was researching the documents about our fellow member who was arrested the .30 caliber 1919 in question is quoted as being marked property of U.S. Government for which we do not mark on our guns. I am beginning to believe that the firearm in question was either built by the owner or bought from another manufacturer.

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County lockup sure sounds great!
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I guess I'm just lucky!

I've posted pics with both myself and my them 9 year old daughter shootingmine... Jees, I corupted Ivan boy too...I should be in irons.

It's all my fault..
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Semiauto 1919 guns, regardless of pistol grip status, are indeed legal and there is a DOJ approval letter.

I do continue to wonder at the wisdom of 'true authenticity' of having things marked as "US Government", esp new-looking non-surplus items. I personally would not buy one if it were marked as such, just like I would not buy an off-list AR type receiver with a full-auto marking on the selector switch position even if it were totally incapable of accepting full auto parts. Why bait the bear?
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damn you. I wish I had the money for this...


and actually, are the 8mm conversions rated for the rifle or MG rounds?
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You up for an M2 ??

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Ma Deuce commercially is running just a hair under $9000! The parts have gotten so expensive that were actually beginning to make all of the receiver parts from scratch, just to sustain the price. I wish we could have a group buy on 50's just at the present time its not possible.

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Damn i wish i had the extra money right now. How long is this sale on for? And when you run out of the spade grips and aircraft shrounds you have in stock, will they no longer be available with this sale?

I guess I need to clean up that airbag kit I have and post it up for sale so I can buy this gun.
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Old 05-14-2007, 9:56 PM
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Spadegrips will be out of stock for who knows how long after this sale. We have to change the way we manufacture them as we are running out of steel backplates to manfacture them on. The Aircraft shrouds are made from new stock but they will take 2 months or more to have manufactured. The main parts that we are having manufactured at this point are fifty cal parts as the whole 50 cal market is FU C ed . Were one of the last company's that is producing belt fed M2 HB 50 cals for the semi auto market and were not going to let that end as long as we can supply the needed parts, so with that said most of our production is going to building new M2/m3 hb parts.
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