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Old June 23rd, 2014, 02:29 PM   #91
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Phinehas the fake is the one with the three holes that are drilled using the same size drill bit.

You sure it wasn't the beautiful finish, the absence of gov't numbers or the fact that the flange is way to big that gave it away?

You did not stamp that butt plate in your garage, it was in the shop!
You're right, I sent it out to Sarco.

And yes, what about the stamping that looks a little "fugly", has anyone seen that mfg. before? . . . Looking for input from the experts.



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Old June 23rd, 2014, 02:40 PM   #92
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You're right, I sent it out to Sarco.

And yes, what about the stamping that looks a little "fugly", has anyone seen that mfg. before? . . . Looking for input from the experts.


The finish was the first thing that drew me to it, and now that you mention it, it does look to be much larger as well as the same size drill holes.

Not enough of an expert to give an opinion on the butt plate markings.

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Old June 24th, 2014, 05:23 PM   #93
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Just a little eye candy. This rifle is not for the faint of heart, it cost a small fortune and for some here I dare say quite a bit more.

It is the finest example of an M14E2/A1 clone most will ever see, it was built using nothing but new from wrap USGI S.A. parts. The stock cost more than many M14 rifles posted on a daily basis here on this forum.

I was happy to spend the money and I am proud that I have the finest example out there. It is correct down to the USGI pins that hold it together.














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A couple more its just that good!




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Old June 24th, 2014, 06:43 PM   #95
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You know Ren sometimes I want you to stop posting pictures of your stuff and at the sametime don't want you to stop posting pictures of your stuff. I even thought about doing a poll- should Ren be banned from posting pictures of his stuff-yes or no, but didn't know which way I'd vote. Man that is one very fine looking E2 rifle, thanks for posting and starting this thread

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Old June 24th, 2014, 08:05 PM   #96
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You know Ren sometimes I want you to stop posting pictures of your stuff and at the same time don't want you to stop posting pictures of your stuff. I even thought about doing a poll- should Ren be banned from posting pictures of his stuff-yes or no, but didn't know which way I'd vote. Man that is one very fine looking E2 rifle, thanks for posting and starting this thread
That it is, but still, . . . it is only a parts gun and will never hold it's value.



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I want some close-ups of the powder burns and brass rubs. A few pics of groups shot too please. I want proof it functions before I will consider it "the finest example". It is very pretty though. Sorry, I could not help myself.

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Old June 24th, 2014, 10:08 PM   #98
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That it is, but still, . . . it is only a parts gun and will never hold it's value.


LOL- you just had to throw that in there due to that other thread. IMHO the collector in me says it's priceless, and well worth every penny Ren has into it. That's just me though, I guess due to that other thread others would disagree.

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Old June 25th, 2014, 06:35 AM   #99
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LOL- you just had to throw that in there due to that other thread. Yes I did. IMHO the collector in me says it's priceless, and well worth every penny Ren has into it. That's just me though, I guess due to that other thread others would disagree.
Absolutely priceless! Far beyond anything I have.

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Absolutely priceless! Far beyond anything I have.
I agree. I have some nice stuff, but not as nice or rare as Ren's. Unless Ren is planning on selling it, it does not matter that much what it is or is not worth on the market, at least that is how I see it. My rifles are probably worth the most to me, and that is fine because they are not for sale.

If you ever decide to sell that "fake" E2 compensator Ren, I may be able to give it a home.

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That it is, but still, . . . it is only a parts gun and will never hold it's value.


Phinehas, it doesn't matter anyway, I'm giving it to my son to do with as he pleases. He has already done far more for me than I could ever repay.

It was never about the money.

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Old June 25th, 2014, 11:29 AM   #102
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Phinehas, it doesn't matter anyway, I'm giving it to my son to do with as he pleases. He has already done far more for me than I could ever repay.

It was never about the money.
You know that's true, same here, if it's not for sale then the market has no baring on the matter. But all kidding aside, your son will always have something that will never lose value because his father was wise.



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Old June 27th, 2014, 11:15 AM   #103
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Ok guys since this thread is dedicated to the E2 and I already have an all S.A. E2, I was thinking of asking you all what other USGI contractor build you would like to see in another E2 walnut stock. I have decided to use a solid black USGI handguard with walnut E2.

What say you fine folks?

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1.All Winchester "A+" w/Win. Barrel
2.All TRW "A" w/TRW barrel
3.All TRW NM "A" w/TRW N.M. Barrel

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Old June 27th, 2014, 11:36 AM   #104
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Ok guys since this thread is dedicated to the E2 and I already have an all S.A. E2, I was thinking of asking you all what other USGI contractor build you would like to see in another E2 walnut stock. I have decided to use a solid black USGI handguard with walnut E2.

What say you fine folks?

Choices
1.All Winchester "A+" w/Win. Barrel
2.All TRW "A" w/TRW barrel
3.All TRW NM "A" w/TRW N.M. Barrel

Without question!

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Yep TRW NM. Cant wait. If you have a hard time finding the parts I, as honorary gouger, will sell you my gold plated ones for 1 million dollars.

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