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RECCE556
11-11-2007, 11:14 AM
Wow, these guys don't sleep. Check out the new JAE-100 Generation 2. They also have a Remington 700 SA stock in the works.

http://www.jae100.com/jae100gen2.htm

http://www.jae100.com/jae100gen2stock/JAE-100%20G2%20Side%20by%20side.jpg
http://www.jae100.com/images/JAE-100%20G2%20Augmentable%20Grip.jpg


STANDARD FEATURES INCLUDE:
Full Length Aircraft Aluminum Skeleton (Hard Anodized)
Painted Composite Shell (*Available in 7 colors)
Available with Selector Cut Out or Without
Rear Lug Pocket (Except on Selector Cut Out Version)
Aluminum Lug Slides (7075) Eliminates need for Glass Bedding
Augmentable Grip (*Available in 7 colors)
Metal Heal Plate under Grip (Hard Anodized)
Flushmount Rail (Hard Anodized) European style
Metal Textured Butt Adaptor (Hard Anodized)
Flush Plugs which can be changed out for Optional Flush Cups
Trigger Pad Screws to adjust trigger group fit if loose

*COLOR OPTIONS:
Swat Black (SB)
Titanium Grey (TG)
Lowlite Green (LG)
Olive Drab (OD)
Dark Earth (DE)
Coyote Brown (CB)
Grit Tan (GT)

Prc329
11-11-2007, 11:28 AM
Any info on the 700 stock? Nothing on the site about it beside taking orders for it.

Gunner1
11-11-2007, 12:38 PM
Of course I just ordered an AICS for my 700 SPS, I didn't see anything about detachable mags for the JAE700 so it may be a fixed mag stock?
I have a first generation JAE100 coming from a Calguns member, I hope that it works as good as it looks.

Gunner

ZombieKiller
11-11-2007, 4:10 PM
I wonder how much lighter it is......CQB applicable this time?

:drool5:

Prc329
11-11-2007, 4:49 PM
Of course I just ordered an AICS for my 700 SPS, I didn't see anything about detachable mags for the JAE700 so it may be a fixed mag stock?
I have a first generation JAE100 coming from a Calguns member, I hope that it works as good as it looks.

Gunner

I would never part with my aics but would be interested in one for a different build. Depends on if it is detachable mag and what mags it uses.

RECCE556
11-11-2007, 4:57 PM
I'm trying to get some info about the 700 stock for you guys...I'll post when I have something...

Looks like I'll be selling my brand new Gen I JAE-100 (full FDE color) soon! :)

steve2071
11-11-2007, 5:06 PM
What awesome people at JAE; they even think about us Kalifornians. That makes me smile.

Sniper3142
11-11-2007, 8:15 PM
whats the difference from gen 1?

It looks like they've addressed many if not all of the "issues" some people had with the Gen 1.

- Lighter overall weight
- Adjustable grip
- Lower cheek rest to allow the use of the iron sights
- Ability to use accessories like the Mono-Pod
- Barrel tensioner to increase accuracy
- Shorter LOP

It looks very, very nice.

Of course, piss-poor timing since I just traded my Gen 1 for a Troy MCS :(

Prc329
11-11-2007, 8:47 PM
It looks to be cheaper to. I will be in the market for a second M14 next year to turn into a precision rig if this is as good as it looks. I am interested to see what the 700 stock looks like and if it is anywhere near as good as the AICS or has a detachable mag system. If it comes with an integrated mag system and uses M14 mags I would buy one for a second build. 20 round mags (for use that own prebans) in a precision rifle would be interesting.

Gunner1
11-11-2007, 8:47 PM
If that is all of the changes I will be happy with the 1st gen model. I am going to throw my Crazy horse rifle into it and use it mostly for Bench rest shooting. It would be awesome if the JAE 700 could use M14 mags. I would buy one for sure.


Gunner:37:

RECCE556
11-12-2007, 1:01 AM
Found out some more info about the 700 stock. It will NOT use M14/M1A mags. It will be a detachable mag system however. I will post more info as I get it.

Prc329
11-12-2007, 6:39 AM
Found out some more info about the 700 stock. It will NOT use M14/M1A mags. It will be a detachable mag system however. I will post more info as I get it.

Darn. That would have been cool. Proprietary? HS? AICS? any idea? Thanks for looking into it for everyone.

Sniper3142
11-12-2007, 7:09 AM
Hopefully they will use what is currently the best magazine system for Remington 700 rifles...

The AICS magazine system. :)

Prc329
11-12-2007, 7:13 AM
I do hope so but my money is on a proprietary system.

RECCE556
11-24-2007, 8:37 PM
Ok, so the magazine IS going to be proprietary. Available in both 5 and 10 rounds. According to JAE, the spent a LOT of time in the development of magazine system and it's not just an after thought.

I'll post photos as soon as I get 'em.

.50DE
11-25-2007, 3:11 AM
by the looks of it, everthing that came with the gen 1 stock you now have to buy seperate. This was gone over at the m14 forum

"The Base gen 2 stock is $ 599
The previously included accessories come to $ 448
This includes a painted handguard (not included with the original gen 1 stock base price)
The offhand rest is upgraded over the previous one

coming to $ 1047"

ouch. I need to find me a gen 1

robitrocks
11-25-2007, 7:05 AM
What awesome people at JAE; they even think about us Kalifornians. That makes me smile.
They're in the same boat with us. They're out of Yorba Linda :D. Nice to see quality Kalifornian gun parts manufactures though.

Prc329
12-05-2007, 9:20 PM
That sucks. $129 for 10 round mags.

10K2HVN
12-05-2007, 11:33 PM
It looks to be cheaper to. I will be in the market for a second M14 next year to turn into a precision rig if this is as good as it looks. I am interested to see what the 700 stock looks like and if it is anywhere near as good as the AICS or has a detachable mag system. If it comes with an integrated mag system and uses M14 mags I would buy one for a second build. 20 round mags (for use that own prebans) in a precision rifle would be interesting.
theyre actually more expensive if you consider all the accessories you have to purchase separately to ~equal~ the package deal/system they had previously. :(

saki302
12-06-2007, 12:38 AM
On a side track,

Has anyone compared the accuracy difference between the JAE, Troy, and the other one (dangit- can't remember the name now)?

They're all pretty similar, but I think the 3rd one (I still can't remember the company - one of their models was the 'chopmod') free floats the barrel while the JAE doesn't. Not too sure about the Troy.

-Dave

apbrian112
12-06-2007, 12:41 AM
crap... now i'm gonna have to buy a remmy 700 to fit this stock. if it looks anything like the one for the M1A/M14 i'm gonna love it.

M24
12-06-2007, 8:14 AM
Can't wait to see what the 700 system looks like. I'm stoked I own both 700 and M14 platforms. I have a 700 that's just waiting for a new stock...

elenius
12-06-2007, 8:18 AM
If I wanted to get an M14/M1A with the JAE stock, should I just buy a complete SA M1A and change the stock, or would it be better to buy the receiver/barrel assembly plus trigger group somewhere and put it together myself? Will the latter option cost more money in the end anyway? I just don't want to buy an extra stock that I will never use.

Also very curious about how the accuracy compares to the other aftermarket M14 stocks and the bedded stocks.

Prc329
12-06-2007, 9:09 AM
You can always sell the SA stock and have something to shoot till your JAE got to you. From what I heard the Meostar (sp?) is the best because it free floats the barrel. You would probably get just as good of accuracy out of a McMillan but those need to be properly bedded (a lot different then a bolt gun). The JAE is a drop in solution.

I have no experience with owning any of these stocks or shooting them, just hearsay. I prefer the GI synthetic stock cause I use the irons on my M14 type rifle.

DJDace
12-06-2007, 10:13 AM
If/when I ever buy an M14 rifle, I'll have already purchased a JAE-100 and had it waiting for the rifle long before :)

Ideally I would love to purchase an LRB M25 barreled action w/ the integrated rail mount to drop into a JAE-100. As far as "precision" accuracy in an M14, I don't think you could get much better than that setup.

elenius
12-06-2007, 10:19 AM
You can always sell the SA stock and have something to shoot till your JAE got to you. From what I heard the Meostar (sp?) is the best because it free floats the barrel. You would probably get just as good of accuracy out of a McMillan but those need to be properly bedded (a lot different then a bolt gun). The JAE is a drop in solution.

I have no experience with owning any of these stocks or shooting them, just hearsay. I prefer the GI synthetic stock cause I use the irons on my M14 type rifle.

According to these guys

http://www.westtexasarmory.com/jae100.htm

"M14s do NOT like to be free floated".

BTW, I LOVE the iron sights, but I feel the need for a precision rifle.

Kiba
12-06-2007, 4:26 PM
True, most M14's do not like freefloating barrels. The gas cylinder & piston & oprod all exert forces on the barrel and change the POI. Barrel tension helps to steady the barrel as the piston & oprod moves around. Good 'smiths for M14/M1A platform always tension the barrels via the front ferrule when bedding. The easily adjustable system on the JAE Gen2 makes it very easy.

I have a JAE100 Gen1 that's up with Ted Brown right now having an LRB M-25 assembled around it. I'm going to give that a try first before dropping more coin for a Gen 2... if at all. Ted's experiences with the JAE M1Astock is that they don't group as well as a properly bedded McMillan M3A or equivalent. I'm going to see how my rifle groups before changing anything once he's finished with the build.

AS45-70
01-11-2008, 11:46 AM
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