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    I just checked and they only come in 30-06. Does anyone know how difficult it would be to convert one to .308/7.62x51?
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    Quote Originally Posted by POMLT3-08 View Post
    I just checked and they only come in 30-06. Does anyone know how difficult it would be to convert one to .308/7.62x51?
    It's been done plenty of times. Won't be long after these arrive that people will be posting up conversion threads again. It's just too bad .308 wasn't an option right from the factory.

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    I've been reading on some US boards (1919a4.com and beltfedforums) and it sounds like it IS possible to convert, and not that tough. THe problem is that it doesn't use the same parts for the conversion as a 1919a4, and apparently M37 parts are tougher to find and more expensive. Oh well - won't take TOO many rounds before it's well worth the conversion price.

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    I have a spare .308 barrel for my 1919A4, it would be nice if it fits the M37.
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    What types of belts can be used in these? Are they the same as the 1919? Can a cloth belt be used. I did I search here and google and did not turn up any result.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobjoe View Post
    What types of belts can be used in these? Are they the same as the 1919? Can a cloth belt be used. I did I search here and google and did not turn up any result.
    Yes, they can use cloth belts & metal link belts.

    Yes, it's a 1919. Just like we call the M16 a C7, the USA called this version of the 1919 the M37 and it was the last of the .30 caliber air-cooled Brownings adopted by the US military.

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    Quote Originally Posted by North_Sylva View Post
    Yes. A limited amount of these will be for sale in Canada.

    These should be in stores February-March 2013.

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    Are they in yet? Or, have they already been sold?

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    Still waiting... not here yet....

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