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Bongos
04-28-2006, 8:04 AM
http://www.jallenenterprises.com/

Never mind, I checked the website and it answer is YES

TMC
04-28-2006, 8:42 AM
That is sweet!

Anybody got a price?

soopafly
04-28-2006, 9:29 AM
read thru this thread for review, pics and price:
http://www.m-14forum.com/showthread.php?t=20547

Guns R Tools
04-28-2006, 10:38 AM
If someone was to use that bipod as forward grip while shooting then does it make the gun AW or just the shooter?:D

DrjonesUSA
04-28-2006, 10:47 AM
All that is is a fancy lookin' stock.

Crazed_SS
04-28-2006, 11:43 AM
Looks hot and the construction looks top notch, but still.. that's extremely expensive for a stock. :(

shopkeep
04-28-2006, 11:45 AM
Cool lookin stock, but at $704 it's only $50 less than a Cali Legal M4. I will definitely have to build up a 24 inch M-14 into this stock someday if my finances ever recover from the scourge of the off-list lowers.

mltrading
04-28-2006, 12:01 PM
Cool lookin stock, but at $704 it's only $50 less than a Cali Legal M4. I will definitely have to build up a 24 inch M-14 into this stock someday if my finances ever recover from the scourge of the off-list lowers.

R U going to use the white feather receiver? That would be very cool!:)

Stanze
04-28-2006, 12:06 PM
Nice rifle and stock, but too rich for my blood. I'll be the guy at the range watching you shoot it.:D

bwiese
04-28-2006, 12:10 PM
Yawn. A base model AR10 design will outshoot higher-end M1As.

ohsmily
04-28-2006, 2:14 PM
Yawn. A base model AR10 design will outshoot higher-end M1As.]

Yeah, but any options other than Hesse for AR-10's in CA? Oh and the interchangeable magwell model (that isn't available in 308 yet)?? Not that I know of...

EBWhite
04-28-2006, 2:23 PM
That interchangable magwell deal is silly. When i breaks and the company is out of business, your screwed.

Hesse is not bad since its almost identical to the eagle/armalite version.

Stanze
04-28-2006, 3:35 PM
Pending how all this "AW" stuff pans out, the M1A has detachable mags going for it. Definitely a plus!

harley66
04-28-2006, 4:18 PM
as you have found... just an M1A/M14 - not sure about the stock but you say Yes.... pistol grip is Not for CA on the M1A/M14 and mag is ok if you owned the mag before the ban.... I have two of them....

Jeff Rambo
04-28-2006, 4:29 PM
That stock is perfectly legal in CA, harley66. Your setup is nice as well.

shopkeep
04-28-2006, 6:06 PM
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Yeah, but any options other than Hesse for AR-10's in CA? Oh and the interchangeable magwell model (that isn't available in 308 yet)?? Not that I know of...

There is the COBB, which is SUPER RARE and costs a zillion bucks if you can find it. There is also the Bushmaster .308 which is currently out of production. I would assume that just about any of these though, yes even the HAR-25, would make a good AR-10 if a high enough quality upper assembly was used.

GW
04-28-2006, 6:27 PM
Yawn. A base model AR10 design will outshoot higher-end M1As.
Well, it may if you can get one to work reliably
My experience is limited to only 2 AR-10's (Armalites) but neither was reliable, and for the $$$ they ask for one, it should function reliably out of the box.

Glad yours works for you

saki302
04-28-2006, 11:58 PM
I have an AR-10 and it shoots great. I have freinds with them who have some problems sometimes, so I think I got a lucky one.
If the bolt sticks, remember, you have no forward assist, so you're screwed. Yes, the design of the AR10 is much more inherently accurate, but the M1A is a far more proven and reliable action.

If I had to pin my AR10 mag, I'd take the M1A anyday. If I had to drag it through dirty fields and not clean it for a long period (Iraq, etc.), M1A easy.
Though I plan the opposite- a pistol grip chassis and a pinned mag on the M1A! :D LOL

-Dave

GW
04-29-2006, 12:08 AM
Though I plan the opposite- a pistol grip chassis and a pinned mag on the M1A! LOL

Well, what the hey.
If you're not scoped, you can feed that M1A all day off stripper clips
Now, excuse me while I get on my high horse---
'tis a false economy to give up 20 round detachable magazines just to have a pistol grip!

shopkeep
04-29-2006, 1:14 AM
Well, what the hey.
If you're not scoped, you can feed that M1A all day off stripper clips
Now, excuse me while I get on my high horse---
'tis a false economy to give up 20 round detachable magazines just to have a pistol grip!

You know I heard that there was a sudden shortage in the supply of allen wrenches in California since December 2005...

saki302
04-29-2006, 1:22 AM
Even with the scope on, I tend to top-load the M1A anyways. I have enough pre-2000 papered AW's that I wouldn't mind just drilling and tapping the M1A mag release for a set screw. The SAGE stock is just very tempting!

The only AW I like to use hi-caps with is the AR15 series. I think I used an AR10 hi-cap once.. the 10 rounders sit much nicer on sand bags. now if the SHTF, hi caps would be nice, but in that case you wouldn't be worrying about set screws and pinned mags either!

-Dave

GTKrockeTT
04-30-2006, 4:30 PM
legal and loving it... ;)

http://img176.imageshack.us/img176/2469/img0887medium9vl.jpg
http://img176.imageshack.us/img176/5569/img0891medium6ri.jpg
http://img191.imageshack.us/img191/1069/img0892medium6ww.jpg

leupold scout scope w/low rings should be arriving next week.

TMC
04-30-2006, 5:00 PM
That's a cool looking set-up. If they could make the mag lock going straight in like an AR they'd have another customers. That's my one dislike about the M1A, the funky tip in mag.

jrhglock99
04-30-2006, 9:11 PM
[QUOTE=GTKrockeTT]legal and loving it... ;)

GTKrockeTT,
That looks familiar...:D
Looks good

tuna quesadilla
04-30-2006, 9:13 PM
Here's a thread with some more pictures for your entertainment :)

http://ar15.com/forums/topic.html?b=6&f=6&t=193287

GTKrockeTT
04-30-2006, 9:13 PM
[QUOTE=GTKrockeTT]legal and loving it... ;)

GTKrockeTT,
That looks familiar...:D
Looks good

as it should be...;)

saki302
04-30-2006, 9:40 PM
Deos this stock free-flaot the barrel like the SAGE unit does, or does it work like the normal M1A stock?

-Dave

SES50
05-01-2006, 8:44 AM
legal and loving it... ;)

http://img176.imageshack.us/img176/2469/img0887medium9vl.jpg
http://img176.imageshack.us/img176/5569/img0891medium6ri.jpg
http://img191.imageshack.us/img191/1069/img0892medium6ww.jpg

leupold scout scope w/low rings should be arriving next week.

GTKrockeTT,
How does the weight of your rifle now compared to the weight of it with the original synthetic stock.

GTKrockeTT
05-01-2006, 8:58 AM
the JAE-100 is definitely heavier than the SOCOM 16 stock. how much heavier, i don't have an exact measurement on.

akspetsnaz
05-01-2006, 9:54 AM
Placed an order for one already. Expecting 2 month wait.

SES50
05-03-2006, 9:02 AM
I weighed my synthetic stock off my M1A last night. This stock has a Karsten's Customs Adjustable Cheek Rest on it and a 2R Harris Bipod mount glued into the front. The Harris Bipod was not mounted. The stock weighed 3.25 lbs.

From the AR15.com forum the JAE-100 stock weighs 5lb 8oz with all of the spacers and rest attached, and 4lb 10oz stripped.