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This is a discussion on USGI M14E2/M14A1 and it's Parts within the The M14 forums, part of the M14 M1A Forum category; Originally Posted by tnw50cal What was that crap about the 2, either that faker is dam good or----- There is no doubt that this is ...


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Old March 1st, 2017, 03:40 AM   #196
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What was that crap about the 2, either that faker is dam good or-----
There is no doubt that this is anything but a genuine USGI type II stabilizer.

Just cleaning up some loose ends.

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Old March 13th, 2017, 01:02 PM   #197
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Are the bottom two examples the "spring loaded" versions?
Brian, sorry bud I never did answer your question. They are not spring loaded but do have the wedge that locks into the bayonet lug and they are extremely rare.

Its funny how things work out, been going on five years looking for one...nothing. Then I find two in the month of Feb.

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I've seen more of the wedge type than the later ones,go figure. I have never seen a "spring loaded" one. What's up with that, but it must be true cause I read it on the internet.

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I've seen more of the wedge type than the later ones,go figure. I have never seen a "spring loaded" one. What's up with that, but it must be true cause I read it on the internet.
Greg, I believe he was referring to a prototype, as you know there were only three types ever put into production.

One I can't seem to find is the Ink stamped stabilizer, you know the one I thought was a fake.

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