VINTAGE, BB SUB-MACHINE GUN


You are bidding on a old freon operated BB machine gun. These were offered back in the 60's and 70's, usually found in the back of Popular Mechanic magazines and other types of magazines. I cant remember what they sold for back then but they were not that expensive. The unit operated from 12 to 16 oz cans of freon R-12, and would burst BB's at a very high rate of speed (I think it was 100 BB's per second). the unit loaded at the removable stock. The gun used standard .177 cal., BB's. This unit appears to be in working condition (at least I was told it worked when stored). The unit does NOT have the freon can adapter. This adapter was inserted at the bottom and twist locked in. As everyone is aware, freon R-12 is not available, but this item would be for collectors and not for use.

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Bidding starts at $10.00. Good luck

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Specifications:

* Made by LARC International, Orlando, FL.
* Model M19-A
* Removable stock
* Overall length 33 inches
* Gun length, 19 inches
* Barrel length, 5 inches
* Material is plastic
* Freon R-12 propellant
* Metal barrel
* .177 cal. BB's


Payment:
Visa/MasterCard, Money Order, Cashiers Checks, Paypal
Shipping:
Buyer pays $7.00 S/H.  No shipments outside the USA.

Good luck bidding

Larry Barnes

Email: larryb@internetwis.com
Fax: 608-846-8659
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