This is a discussion on M14 Of the Quarter, 2nd Quarter Voting within the The M14 forums, part of the M14 M1A Forum category; You are voting for M14 of the 2nd quarter — May 2020! Voting will be open from now until the 31st May. Reminder. First and ...
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|BlueSon- SAI-M1A USGI Parts||9||10.98%|
|Rocket427- LRB-Winny Build||7||8.54%|
|forceman- 5line SAI/USMC Match "Mr. Ugly"||21||25.61%|
|MuppetMeat4Me- FA M21/ "Martian Space Worm"||6||7.32%|
|Pappy1600- GWLA/SAK NM||12||14.63%|
|Redneck Yankee- GWLA/ "Bigwood"||17||20.73%|
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|May 1st, 2020, 07:37 AM||#1|
M14 Of the Quarter, 2nd Quarter Voting
You are voting for M14 of the 2nd quarter — May 2020!
Voting will be open from now until the 31st May. Reminder. First and second place go to the M14 of the year
The following M14/M1A's were nominated with necessary secondary nominations and photo album URL's:
1. BlueSon- SAI-M1A USGI Parts
2. Rocket427- LRB-Winny Build
3. forceman- 5line SAI/USMC Match "Mr. Ugly"
4. MuppetMeat4Me- FA M21/ "Martian Space Worm"
5. Pappy1600- GWLA/SAK NM
6. Crapgame- SAI/Supermatch
7. Redneck Yankee- GWLA/ "Bigwood"
Last edited by Pappy1600; May 1st, 2020 at 11:56 AM.
|May 1st, 2020, 10:04 AM||#3|
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Join Date: Oct 2004
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This is a fine looking group of rifles heading for the voting booth this month, one even called a Worm of some type of specie? Looking forward to the final documented list to research. Then the hard work really begans to try to thin down this list to just one magnificent rifle, very hard with this group.
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|May 11th, 2020, 09:25 AM||#14|
Join Date: Jan 2014
Location: Roswell, Georgia
I have now exercised my right as a forum member to vote - I always exercise my right to vote.
The turnout was excellent and this was VERY difficult - I went through the submission many times and narrowed it to three - then I did a modified rock-paper-scissors exercise to make the final determination!
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