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Old December 9th, 2012, 04:54 PM   #1
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Smith Enterprise M-14 NM rifle

This is a full house National Match rifle built on a rear lugged SEI reciever in 1991. Marked MESA, AZ on the op rod rail, and U.S. RIFLE 7.62-MM M-14 NM SMITH ENT. on the heel. Shoots WAY better than my eyes. I'd rate it at 90% condition, it does have a couple of dings, the worst is on the stock near the rear sight and in the pic. This is NOT a Springfield M1a, nor one of the new SEI recievers. Parts list:


Bolt: USGI TRW
Trigger group USGI Springfield Armory
Hammer: USGI SA
Op Rod: USGI TRW
Barrel: Gene Barnett Custom 1:10 24" Heavy Match (TE 2.5 on my AraMor)
Gas System: Unitized (weld) USGI, w/ Sadlak piston
Sights: Front and rear USGI NM
Stock: McMillan M1a (black, bedded)

Price is $3300 plus shipping. Interested in trades, partial or full, esp. LWRC REPR (prefer 18 or 20) GAP 10, transferrable machine gun (Mac 10/etc). Just let me know.

The rifle is in Alvin, Texas, but I'm willing to drive a bit for the deal. I realize this is a big purchase, so if you're interested please shoot me an email:

jflora96 AT gmail DOT com Send your phone number and I'll be glad to speak with you by phone. If you don't like my price, make me an offer.

Rifles like this are hard to price, but I've had this one in my collection for years without shooting it and am looking to move on. I'm sure I've forgotten something, please ask if you have a question.

I don't hang out here a lot any more, but I had a lot of good feedback here a few years ago, and I still have good feedback over at arfcom under the same user name.

THANKS!






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This is a full house National Match rifle built on a SEI reciever in 1991. Marked MESA, AZ on the op rod rail, and U.S. RIFLE 7.62-MM M-14 NM SMITH ENT. on the heel. Shoots WAY better than my eyes. I'd rate it at 90% condition, it does have a couple of dings, the worst is on the stock near the rear sight and in the pic. This is NOT a Springfield M1a, nor one of the new SEI recievers. Parts list:


Bolt: USGI TRW
Trigger group USGI Springfield Armory
Hammer: USGI SA
Op Rod: USGI TRW
Barrel: Gene Barnett Custom 1:10 24" Heavy Match (TE 2.5 on my AraMor)
Gas System: Unitized (weld) USGI, w/ Sadlak piston
Sights: Front and rear USGI NM
Stock: McMillan M1a (black, bedded)

Price is $3300 plus shipping. Interested in trades, partial or full, esp. LWRC REPR (prefer 18 or 20) GAP 10, transferrable machine gun (Mac 10/etc). Just let me know.

The rifle is in Alvin, Texas, but I'm willing to drive a bit for the deal. I realize this is a big purchase, so if you're interested please shoot me an email:

jflora96 AT gmail DOT com Send your phone number and I'll be glad to speak with you by phone. If you don't like my price, make me an offer.

Rifles like this are hard to price, but I've had this one in my collection for years without shooting it and am looking to move on. I'm sure I've forgotten something, please ask if you have a question.

I don't hang out here a lot any more, but I had a lot of good feedback here a few years ago, and I still have good feedback over at arfcom under the same user name.

THANKS!




Nice its my rifles little brother, the Mesa AZ receivers are excellent

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Old December 28th, 2012, 04:59 PM   #4
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sir is the receiver marked forged ?

thanks Will

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sir is the receiver marked forged ?

thanks Will
its a investment cast receiver just as good as the forged, theses were hand finished receivers

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Old January 10th, 2013, 11:18 AM   #6
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Will, sorry I missed your post, I've been out of town (and having a great time hunting I might add!).

It is a CAST reciever. Made in 1991, it's certified preban.

Thanks and bump!

It's SPF.

It won't let me edit the first post?


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