This is a discussion on Armscorp serial number data base within the Reference forums, part of the M14 M1A Forum category; Different,,didn't Clint used to work for Jack?
Oh I have,,10710 Baltimore....might be forced to sell,,got laid off....
FNG to the site ( nice site very informative), Recently acquired serial number A00448 marked Fulton Armory with a engraved X at top above all the info,
7.62mm M14 NM nm sights front rear, nm bbl,TRW bolt,
I have 17533
NM Receiver from Claude as a receiver in 2007. Built with H&R 62 barrel and a TRW bolt NIW,
in 03 I had a Armscorp (H&R componets) A004267 stolen in North Little Rock AR I ordered her straight from Armscorp ( I had a FFL then) when I was re-deploying back to the states in (Feb /March) 1991 like a fool I did not have the serial number recorded except in the ledger that was sent to Atlanta she had maybe 400 round through her at the time. Which the police report in 03 did not contain the serial number as my house hold goods was being placed in storage
Last edited by sgt_mike; January 4th, 2010 at 04:15 PM.
Reason: added serial number found on an invoice
The gent, a very private person, (So don't ask) did indeed get the lot.
In Dec-2007 I purchased a custom built M14/M1A with a Armscor M14 NM receiver 17537, from him. See my "Welcome Aboard" for full description of what he had built for me.
Of the many M14/M1A's out there to buy, and I looked hard, I choose one from him as it was the closes I could find to a true M14, like I had carried in the Army during the mid-sixties.
(For a tax stamp and 10k, I could of had the real thing.)
My limit at the time was 2.5k, I got mine for just under 2k; all things considered to replace it as is, would be 3k, and it appears the investment value is climbing each year, the fun part is I still get to use it (Shoot it), talk about "To have one's cake and eat it too", yeah.
Quote while serving in Korea, "What the heck is a M16", the reply was something like "a platic gun made by Matell", the only guys getting them are in Nam. And that fokes is an all together different story.
If you don't want to stand behind a soldier, feel free to stand in front of him.