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Three new m14 stocks from Canada, eh?

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Old July 13th, 2011, 08:38 AM   #1
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Three new m14 stocks from Canada, eh?

Just thought i'd share some pics of some new manufacture M14/M1a stocks from Canada. Hand made in carbonfiber/fiberglass blend and coming soon to the U.S.A.
M14S-CQB (top) , M14SA2 Tactical (bottom)

M14SE2


I am waiting on admin to get back to me before i start marketting these stocks south of the 49.

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Old July 13th, 2011, 08:49 AM   #2
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Do you have any plans to make a standard profile?

Also, what are the weights?

If you could make a standard profile, and it had weight savings I'd certainly be interested.

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Old July 13th, 2011, 09:08 AM   #3
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I have the fixtures and molds manufactured to reproduce a stock that is a near mirror of the USGI fiberglass but demand up here has gone towards the custom stocks above.
The M14SA2 also comes with a traditional forestock (not pictured). It's flared on the pictured model as lots of guys up here hunt with it and we have a 5 round mag cap up here. The chicom rifles come with these little short mags so I designed the flared forestock for a flush fit to the 5 round mags so they don't snag while in the field. Guys using the 5/20 mags seem to realy like the ergonomics as well. Our original prototype of the M14S-CQB , as pictured above, came in 3 ounces under the popular Vltor Modstock and MUCH lighter than the McMillan MFS-14.

as for actual weights...... once i get a green light from admin, I'll be posting full specs and options on each as well as availlability and pricing. Every sites policies are different and i am not here to ruffle any feathers. Just wanted to get the pics out there to peak some interest and comments.

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Old July 13th, 2011, 09:18 AM   #4
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Oh man!!!!
Hey Lash?? What's the hold up man???

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Old July 13th, 2011, 11:33 AM   #5
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They look awesome...might be exactly what I've been waiting for if the price is right. Thanks for sharing and I'm looking forward to hearing more.

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Old July 13th, 2011, 06:49 PM   #6
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M14doctor,
Thank you for the "Sneek-Peek".
I like the looks of the M14SA2 stock. All three stocks would make for good options. I hope you are able to sell them in the States.
Keep us updated and thank you.
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Old July 13th, 2011, 07:51 PM   #7
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Those look Nice!
The SE2 will be a big seller.

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Old July 13th, 2011, 08:35 PM   #8
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Looks like the M14SA2 could be NY legal too. forefinger, and thumb webbing above the top of the trigger when griped?

Unlike the promag stock.

I feel like getting a little excited about this.

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I'm really going to miss having a pistol grip and also have some fitting problems because of the range of clothing necessary where I live, so I'd be interested in the adjustable version. Any idea of the price ranges?

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I think you'd do well in the U.S. with a stiff synthetic standard stock about midway in dimension between a USGI fiberglass stock and the heavy McMillan stock.

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I think you'd do well in the U.S. with a stiff synthetic standard stock about midway in dimension between a USGI fiberglass stock and the heavy McMillan stock.
This is in the works
While there is ONE of my stocks , owned by a member here i think , that i am aware of in the U.S. ..... I'm a pretty small outfit right now and most of my stocks are to accompany a full rifle build as a package. I specialize in highly accurate Scout/Squad type rifles with the canada legal 18.5" barrel (cut down the 22" and thread 1/2 x 28 for AR breaks and flash hiders reamed to 30cal) or full krieger barrelled usgi/chinese hybrids. The rifle is very popular up here with the hunters and service rifle shooters. Albeit we can only own the chinese model and the m1a's ...... but the market here is small potatoes compared to the U.S. , which has always been the goal and target market from the get go.
I've had a lot of emails and p.m's so I think I'll get at it on my end and you will be hearing more from me. I'm not gonna come out blazin and then fade away , I still got 25 good years to go and i plan on doin this the whole time hehehehe
thanx for the comments guys, much appreciated
here's some pics to tease you with in the meantime , and i'll be adding more in the pics subforum in H2OMan's north of the border thread.


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This is in the works
While there is ONE of my stocks , owned by a member here i think , that i am aware of in the U.S. ..... I'm a pretty small outfit right now and most of my stocks are to accompany a full rifle build as a package. I specialize in highly accurate Scout/Squad type rifles with the canada legal 18.5" barrel (cut down the 22" and thread 1/2 x 28 for AR breaks and flash hiders reamed to 30cal) or full krieger barrelled usgi/chinese hybrids. The rifle is very popular up here with the hunters and service rifle shooters. Albeit we can only own the chinese model and the m1a's ...... but the market here is small potatoes compared to the U.S. , which has always been the goal and target market from the get go.
I've had a lot of emails and p.m's so I think I'll get at it on my end and you will be hearing more from me. I'm not gonna come out blazin and then fade away , I still got 25 good years to go and i plan on doin this the whole time hehehehe
thanx for the comments guys, much appreciated
here's some pics to tease you with in the meantime , and i'll be adding more in the pics subforum in H2OMan's north of the border thread.

All great stuff but as your profile says you are north of the 49th...sounds to me like you need to move to the "land of the free."

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Any thought to having some nice sharp checkering for added grip?

Those look awesome.

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Old July 15th, 2011, 01:53 PM   #15
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I think an exact copy of a USGI Fiberglass will sell well. Especially if it had molded in color and was stiffer than an original. I'd buy one in a heartbeat.

+1 on the checkering request.

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