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Weapons Johnson Model 1941 Light Machine Gun

Discussion in 'United States' started by Dan Morton, Feb 29, 2016.

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    Photos and text excerpt from John Julia auction site.

    SN 0360. Cal. 30-06. 22″ bbl. Fine orig specimen of the Johnson 1941 light machine gun. . No magazine present. This weapon is marked with patent dates and “JOHNSON AUTOMATICS” information on top of receiver above ejection port includes its orig attached bipod. Marked on right side of receiver “CRANSTON ARMS CO” within an inverted triangle. Bottom of magazine housing is marked “2-NE-42” indicating this was supplied in 1942 by New England Arms as a sub-contractor. Front of bbl is marked “30-06” and “41”. Bolt is SN C5350. Bbl reciprocating spring has good tension. Bi-pod deploys properly. Mechanism functions smoothly when operated by hand. These Johnson LMGs were used with distinction by the Marine Corps in the Pacific theater.

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