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Old 03-13-2008, 6:17 PM
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that certainly does add a real nice touch though.

Some day, I may actually post a pic of mine here.
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Wow, that looks very good.
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I only replaced the stock. It is shockingly heavier with the wood stock compared to the black fiberglass stock.
I don't see the "SOCOM 16" engraved on your OpRod... Picture effect?
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If the paint on my stock didn't look so good i would be tempted to go back to wood after seeing that socom.
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How do you reload? 1 round at a time thru the top, or do you have a tool to drop the mag?
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i use a punch or a sharpie


i have another trigger group for fun out of state.
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Here is my contribution to this thread...

SA SOCOM2, Aimpoint M3 & Tango Down ACB-4 bipod.

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My M21 repo
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Here is my SOCOM 16. The stock has been refinished in Olive Drab. Accessories include an AimPoint M2 with ARMS mount, BlackHawk cheek rest, sling, and front accessory rail.

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This is a old M1A with match barrel, complete E-2 stock setup and 3-12 weaver scope.
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Here are mine


SA M1A Loaded that I bought back in 1999. It sports a Nikon Monarch 4-12 scope in ARMS QD rings on top of a ARMS #18 mount.


SA M1A Scout Squard that I bought in 2005. It sports a Aimpoint ML2 on a ARMS QD mount.

Both are great shooters!
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What is even scarier is that the set up belongs to a Pro Life, Christian, reactionary Republican civilian! Ha Haa Haaaa!
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I have a socom with a white feather trigger group and a supersniper scope/ red dot also. Where can I shoot it? I wish I could show a larger picture but I cant upload so you will have to look at my avatar sorry.
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Here is my old M-1 with a complete E-2 walnut stock and all of the hardware which makes full auto or rapid semi fire controllable. thnx
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Rick, that looks awesome.
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mine is nothing fancy but i will post a pic soon. how does that JAE stock work with the SOCOM II?
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Rick, what model scope is on that rig?
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The JAE and the SOCOM are a good fit. Increases accuracy, and eliminates that HUGE lower rail from the Socom which is hard to hold off hand.
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ok here is my contribution. Its a SAI SOCOM II. I need to work on a better paint scheme and I am about to purchase a 3x mag to go with the Eotech.
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hey ricknadine1111

what kind of scope is that you have mounted and what kind of mount did you use on the stripper clip?
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JAE II on Loaded, Socom II i picked up today. Mini-14 waiting for CA-legal SCAR stock...

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JAE II on Loaded, Socom II i picked up today. Mini-14 waiting for CA-legal SCAR stock...
Can I get some more info on the Mini-14 CA-legal SCAR stock
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It's SAGE international's stock that's a scaled down version of their EBR M-14 stick but it has a regular rifle buttstock. Google Sage SCAR stack and see pics.
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What would you recommend? a JAE stock or EBR stock????
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On an M1-A, if you're looking for increased accuracy and accessory rails, I prefer the JAE. It's more an integrated stock, more "of a piece" than the CA legal EBR. The coolest version of the EBR is the one we can't have here. But it you look at a JAE on a loaded or Socom, you get ALL the rails, the scope mount built INTO the receiver of the gun (with extended cluster rail, etc)
Damn I love it. Putting one on a SOCOM II tomorrow. I mean, took at this, and it actually makes the gun shoot better, too.

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I posted a modest picture on the 1st or second page of this thread...here's an update. Tomorrow morning I'm picking up my Armscorp reciever from my FFL!

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I posted a modest picture on the 1st or second page of this thread...here's an update. Tomorrow morning I'm picking up my Armscorp reciever from my FFL!

Actually it's the 3rd page sir. Hurry up and finish it for God's sake man. When it's done, we're going shooting!
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On an M1-A, if you're looking for increased accuracy and accessory rails, I prefer the JAE. It's more an integrated stock, more "of a piece" than the CA legal EBR. The coolest version of the EBR is the one we can't have here. But it you look at a JAE on a loaded or Socom, you get ALL the rails, the scope mount built INTO the receiver of the gun (with extended cluster rail, etc)
Damn I love it. Putting one on a SOCOM II tomorrow. I mean, took at this, and it actually makes the gun shoot better, too.

What scope is that?
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Here's my M14. It's a...uh, work in progress.


Edited to add: All USGI parts!



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You *need* to install a Sadlak NM guide rod - smooooths out the cycling so much!

http://www.sadlak.com/si_home.html
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Don't worry...It's already on my shopping list.
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So I picked up my receiver today! It's very nice and it was a tight fit into my USGI birch stock. The trigger group was also *very* tight, but that's a good thing. I have one of the new forged oprods from RWB, and it is apparent that its tab will need to be fitted to my receiver. I knew that was going to be the case when I bought it though, so I'm not worried about it. Anyway, I'm almost done collecting my parts. I've got a couple of handguards, a rear sight spring cover, a front sight screw, and an elevation knob on the way from Fulton. All I need to buy is a barrel, a spindle valve assembly, a spring guide, and a gas piston. Oh, and a bolt stop. I can't wait until it's finished!!!











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M1A is my dream gun, I am jealous. Maybe one day I can afford one.
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Ok, here's mine but the vase belongs to my wife. Was gonna take it as target but then she slapped me upside the head



Acquired through a trade with a fellow calgunner.
Love the way this rifle shoots. I shot 2 sets of 5 at the paper target 50 yard range:


The first 5 group is with no compensation. I figured this rifle is at lest tuned for 100yards
The last 5 was comp'd
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