- Highly Accurate Replica of the Real Steel Browning M1919
- Constructed mostly of steel with some aluminum parts
- Simulated Feeding Dummy Rounds for Realism during firing
- Perfect rate of fire for long-duration cover fire
- CNC Aluminum Gearbox (Marui compliant for unlimited AEG upgrade potential) or switching to HPA
- 5,000 round Auto-Winding Ammo Crate Box Magazine
- Stable Shooting Platform with Steel Tripod
- Tripod Connection is Real Steel Specification Mountable to a Real Weapons Rig
|Model||WW1 & WW2|
|Shooting Mode||Full Auto|
|Net Weight (kg)||15.6|
|Battery Plug||Small Tamiya|
The real steel M919 Browning is a medium machine gun firing .30 caliber (30-06) ball cartridge contained in a woven cloth belt, feeding from left to right. It was widely used during the 20th century, especially during WWII, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. The M1919 saw service as a lightweight, low-slung, tripod-mounted gun for infantry use. Fixed vehicle mounts were also employed, especially on jeeps, armored personnel carriers, tanks, and amphibious vehicles. Later variants went on to be used as both a fixed (offensive) and flexible (defensive) weapon on aircraft.
The M1919 comes packaged in two separate boxes, with the main gun housed in one box. The second box contains the tripod, made of the same steel material as the rest of the M1919. You will need to put it together yourself. Don't worry, it comes with a manual covering every point when it comes to assembly and operation.
It is far from lightweight: the total weight is 15.6 kilograms when fully assembled. The body itself is well balanced in the center and sits comfortably in the center of the tripod. The steel construction and heft of the gun make maneuvering it very realistic. For those who want to want to mount this M1919 onto a vehicle, the tripod & connector boss is real steel specification and can fit onto a real weapons rig.
Unlike the real M1919, this replica does not feed from above, but instead, from the side. The BB feeding tube slots into a hole that feeds into the chamber from the 5000 round box magazine, nearly 2 bags of BBs, which will take a while to empty. These features give the fun true milsim and skirmish capabilities.
Considering that the M1919 is a suppressing fire machine gun, the RWA replica is faithful to the original. Its primary function is to lay suppressive fire effectively and quickly. The higher rate of fire and the ability to hit a target reliably from a distance is a key factor when going up against other replicas of similar caliber. High muzzle velocity doesn't equal greater distance traveled by the BB, as the combination of a well-polished, 500mm long, 6.08mm diameter inner barrel and quality hop up, well-sealed against the new CNC high-grade aluminum gearbox, make for an accurate, suppressive fire machine gun. Quality internals allows the user to hold the trigger down for a long period of time without worrying about the shredding of gears and overheating of the motor. Using the correct weight BBs (RWA BBs recommended) you will be able to reach distances of 50 meters with ease and demolish any large group of the opposing team.
When it comes to functionality, the M1919 is not complicated. Putting it together only takes a few steps and connecting all the cables is very easy. The replica comes with 2 batteries; one RWA 7.4V Lipo battery for the AEG and a 7.4V PEQ battery for the magazine. The red button in the box magazine will feed the BBs into the chamber and will not overflow. The battery for the AEG is held in place under the receiver as the connector is fed from underneath the gearbox. Another blue cable found underneath connects to the blue cable from the magazine and will automatically feed the BBs as you pull the trigger. Adjusting the hop-up is simple and only needs a hex key to turn a screw found above the feeding tube so you can shoot and adjust at the same time without having to open the gun. The box magazine is designed to be placed on the ground next to the M1919, just like the real thing. It is not designed to latch onto the receiver.
Want the dummy bullets to shake and rattle as you fire the gun? All you need to do is flick the switch found behind the motor inside the receiver. This only adds to the fantasy of having a belt-fed machine gun; but if this feature bothers you, you can turn it off. You won't need to oil the gun as often as you think since a worn down M1919 will only add to its authenticity.
The RWA M1919 AEG is a welcome addition to any war reenactment team, or simply to add an impressive element to any airsoft gameplay.
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Great support weapon that horrifies the other side
It's always fun to see the expressions on people's faces when they see me pointing the M1919 at them. This thing wins points just in the scare department. Set upon its tripod, you can pretty much cover a 160 degree area with constant cover fire. The auto winding box magazine keeps shooting without needing to reload. The jumping bullet belt is cool but gimmicky and I usually turn it off to save battery. Gearbox is smooth and keeps the bullet hose going so no complaints, though I would like to get it upgraded to 400fps just for great range. A fantastic beast of a weapon but a bitch to move around since its so heavy.