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Old May 16th, 2017, 03:50 PM   #16
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that is THE stock that made me want an M14!

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Old May 16th, 2017, 03:54 PM   #17
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Majikani, now I feel like forceman(Terry), what stuff? Do you mind sharing?

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Old May 16th, 2017, 05:51 PM   #18
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I like that stock too, its a really neat camo pattern and has interesting character. Neat for sure.

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Old May 16th, 2017, 06:06 PM   #19
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Man I love my walnut stock, but I think I may need to pick up one of those.

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Old May 16th, 2017, 06:30 PM   #20
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Toki, I got some new stuff coming that you're really gonna like!
Just got my barrel blank today from Schneider. Waiting on my front accessory rail from Mescabug. I really want a Premier Heritage for my build, but they are hens teeth. Need an M24 trigger, but not paying $300 for one. Lol.

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Old May 16th, 2017, 09:55 PM   #21
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Your exactly right Ren,it is a addiction but also a passion and something i love doing,ive got way more M1A rifles than i really need but it all started many many yrs ago,ive got clones of all the 4 manufactures including a early all SA 1959 build,there all built on 5 line SAI receivers,3 Nelson builds,a std NM,Supermatch and a M21 Supermatch,couple of Devine rifles including a unfired in the original box JJH NM rifle,Then theres a unfired M25 Whitefeather in a Woodland Camo Mac and one of only 2 that i know of USMC engraved receiver on top of the std markings and Signed by Carlos Hatchcocks son,The Navy SSR project im working on,The XM 25 project,a 90's USMC match rifle clone with original Barnett Med weight USMC marked barrel with a USMC desert camo early MAC Match stock,oh and then my 1962 all SA NM rifle setup with the AWC mount,Griffin Howe Base and M84 scope,umm did someone say addiction!!!!!!
And thats not to mention the stockpile of parts and accessories,then theres the EBR builds but ill save that for another post������
Theres only a handful of people that can appreciate the time,work,research and money that goes into making these rifles as close to original guns as possible,i dont care what others think ,to me its pure enjoyment and a great hobby,i guess theres plenty of worse ways to spend your time and money,forceman out!!!!!

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Old May 17th, 2017, 05:32 AM   #22
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Wait till you get the M40 bug, Ren.
It's coming soon, if not already.
It always started with the Optics with me.
Bought a B&L, and had to put a rifle under it.... Who is that socom42 guy, he knows his stuff..
Bought an AR Tel, need the rifle.
ART II... 2 ART IIs.... I blame 2336USMC for that one.. and two..
And AWC, G&H and M84 setup. Yeah, thanks a lot Cass. Just had to post that pic... lol.
The green Redfield caught my interest.. Damn that Dutchgunny!
The design of the Unertl 10x Sniper is what hooked me...
"take just a little taste, Toki.. you won't get hooked. "
I got Majikani here and on m40rifle feeding both m14 and m40 monkeys on my back....
Man, ain't it time to shove off? Every time you port, my bank account gets lighter..
I'm always happy to help Toki, ha!

Do you have the M1952 USMC sniper covered (the first type and second type Kollmorgen scopes, and the first type and second type G&H MC-1 mounts)? Those are important to cover the gap before the early M14 AWC and Ar Tel's came on line. ;)

Here are the two types of scopes and mounts displayed on 2 consecutive numbered rifles.

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Old May 17th, 2017, 06:29 AM   #23
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Did somebody say m40?

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Old May 17th, 2017, 10:52 AM   #24
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Your exactly right Ren,it is a addiction but also a passion and something i love doing,ive got way more M1A rifles than i really need but it all started many many yrs ago,ive got clones of all the 4 manufactures including a early all SA 1959 build,there all built on 5 line SAI receivers,3 Nelson builds,a std NM,Supermatch and a M21 Supermatch,couple of Devine rifles including a unfired in the original box JJH NM rifle,Then theres a unfired M25 Whitefeather in a Woodland Camo Mac and one of only 2 that i know of USMC engraved receiver on top of the std markings and Signed by Carlos Hatchcocks son,The Navy SSR project im working on,The XM 25 project,a 90's USMC match rifle clone with original Barnett Med weight USMC marked barrel with a USMC desert camo early MAC Match stock,oh and then my 1962 all SA NM rifle setup with the AWC mount,Griffin Howe Base and M84 scope,umm did someone say addiction!!!!!!
And thats not to mention the stockpile of parts and accessories,then theres the EBR builds but ill save that for another post������
Theres only a handful of people that can appreciate the time,work,research and money that goes into making these rifles as close to original guns as possible,i dont care what others think ,to me its pure enjoyment and a great hobby,i guess theres plenty of worse ways to spend your time and money,forceman out!!!!!
forceman I certainly understand and appreciate the effort, research, time, and MONEY it takes that a few of you do to complete these interesting projects. I would love to go to the detail that y'all go to to complete these "historic" builds but due to budget restraints I am not able. But I think we all benefit from the effort y'all go thru to complete these projects if only to further our knowledge of this great M14 platform.

So I would encourage all you "EXTREME OPS" to continue what you do. I like it!

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Old May 17th, 2017, 11:23 AM   #25
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forceman I certainly understand and appreciate the effort, research, time, and MONEY it takes that a few of you do to complete these interesting projects. I would love to go to the detail that y'all go to to complete these "historic" builds but due to budget restraints I am not able. But I think we all benefit from the effort y'all go thru to complete these projects if only to further our knowledge of this great M14 platform.

So I would encourage all you "EXTREME OPS" to continue what you do. I like it!
I'm not forceman but I can none the less appreciate what you said.

It is nice to know that the M14s a few of us build are appreciated. I also understand there are many folks that can't afford these kinds of rifles at their present stage of development. I can't afford a Ferrari but that doesn't mean I can't admire them.

Anyway its great knowing others like what we do.

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Old May 17th, 2017, 11:46 AM   #26
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Old May 17th, 2017, 01:58 PM   #27
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You are a little slow with that: NM / Pre XM21

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Old May 17th, 2017, 05:49 PM   #28
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I'm always happy to help Toki, ha!

Do you have the M1952 USMC sniper covered (the first type and second type Kollmorgen scopes, and the first type and second type G&H MC-1 mounts)? Those are important to cover the gap before the early M14 AWC and Ar Tel's came on line. ;)

Here are the two types of scopes and mounts displayed on 2 consecutive numbered rifles.

Cass

Beautiful. Those scopes are a bit of a pain to work on, but I do have extra parts.

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