The best military shop manuals on the 1917A1, 1918A2, 1919A4, M2HB and the .30 and .50 aircraft machine guns. The original BSD (Base Shop Data) manuals for the Browning caliber.30, caliber .50 machine guns and .30 caliber BAR were originally compiled by the U.S. Ordnance Department for the purpose of training U.S. Ordnance Armorers how to disassemble, overhaul and reassemble these weapons. The World War II BSD manuals were well-illustrated with clear line drawings and written descriptions. These rare BSD manuals have been digitally restored and reformatted for presentation in this manual. Today’s enthusiast will find this manual invaluable for maintaining or repairing Browning firearms.
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