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dadoody
12-04-2005, 10:34 PM
http://www.fulton-armory.com/CA-EBR-500_50.jpg

I'm in love.

The CA Legal M14 by Fulton Armory. T_T

So many options to add. What's so great about a chrome-lined bore? Is it more accurate?

MaceWindu
12-04-2005, 10:35 PM
What's so great about a chrome-lined bore? Is it more accurate?

Longer barrel life, requires less maintenance.


MaceWindu

bwiese
12-04-2005, 10:40 PM
http://www.fulton-armory.com/CA-EBR-500_50.jpg

I'm in love. The CA Legal M14 by Fulton Armory. T_T

So many options to add. What's so great about a chrome-lined bore? Is it more accurate?


Chrome-lined barrels are resistant to corrosion, are easier to clean, and last often 3X longer than regular unlined counterparts. Chromed chambers facilitate chambering and extraction, too due to high 'lubricity'.

If you have a semiauto rifle, it really should have a chrome-lined bore/chamber.

Some folks say chrome-lined barrels are less accurate than unlined ones but that's specious. Bolt guns in 308 from FN put that to a lie since these FN guns are same-hole tack drivers. It also has a lot to do w/yield selection during manufacturing.

Go chrome or go home :)

shopkeep
12-05-2005, 12:44 AM
Don't forget the SOPMOD MARK 14 stock with pistol grip is also EXTREMELY cool and can be yours also if you pin in a 10 round magazine. Just use the stripper clip guides and feed from the top. Afterall, who loads more than 10 at the gun range anyhow and if SHTF you can pull the pin!

Pryde
12-05-2005, 7:21 AM
That SOPMOD stock is ugly as all hell. I think the M-14 looks really nice in its original configuration. Plus guns that are designed with a traditional stock never feel right with a pistol grip on, it throws off the balance. (Think SKS)

If I wanted a .308 with a pistol grip, I'd get a FAL. :D

wjkuleck
12-05-2005, 5:33 PM
...is having a sale. Check it out.

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Regards,

Walt

handbook
12-07-2005, 11:40 PM
The Sage pistol grip is an uncomfortable POS, unless you grind down the sharp edges and reshape it. The collapsible tubes get a little wobbly after repeated use. The traditional fixed buttstock is much more stable/accurate in keeping with the ideal use of the M14 as a DMR platform. A Cali-legal stock does have it's advantages...
But the pistol grip version is much handier at full auto, so I've heard.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v358/handbook/Tactical%20Gear/M14/44ab8d97.jpg

Guinness
12-08-2005, 8:26 AM
Nice camo job there Handbook, did you do it or have someone do it for you. I've dura coated before, but havent got up to the camo paint yet..

donger
12-08-2005, 8:55 AM
xxx

donger
12-08-2005, 9:03 AM
xxx

GTKrockeTT
12-08-2005, 10:55 AM
...is having a sale. Check it out.

[End Shameless Plug]

Regards,

Walt

details on the sale?:D

esskay
12-08-2005, 12:03 PM
details on the sale?:D

You can check it out here:
http://www.fulton-armory.com/

Unfortunately, the sale does not include Sage stocks or complete rifles :(, but it does apply to a bunch of other stuff.

handbook
12-09-2005, 5:12 PM
yes, it's the reversed SPR-E(ER) 30mm mount.
LaRue originally made them for the Navy, who needed a long-eye relief quick-detachable mount for the Trijicon Accupoint. The issued BadgerOrdnance MK14 EBR rings lacked quick-detach, so LaRue elongated the original SPR mount design.


i gave the stock the rattle can treatment. if anyone in SoCal wants to check it out or go shooting, give me a buzz.

MaceWindu
12-10-2005, 12:51 PM
...and can be yours also if you pin in a 10 round magazine.


Thats ridiculous. I'm not pinning jack and I would rather have my Bush M1A with 20 rounders than one that has a pistol grip and "pinned".

These neutered AR's with pinned mags and clip fed also. Can't take it to a carbine class because its way too slow to load.

Sorry if someone gets bent out of shape about this (I know the posts will be flooding in soon:rolleyes: ) but thats just me.

MaceWindu