Restoring an old M14 rifle

Discussion in '16+' started by KevlarSix, May 27, 2012.

  1. KevlarSix

    KevlarSix New Member

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    Restoring an old M14 rifle...
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    Painted the stock

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    And finally, the finished product below...
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    Changes made:
    A Rare USGI ventilated handguard
    A new cheekpad
    A new Springfield Armory Muzzle Brake
    A new Springfield Armory NM Heavy Barrel
    A 9-12 inch Harris Bipod
    A ProMag Rubber Recoil Pad
    An A.R.M.S. M1A Scope Mount
    A Burris Fullfield 2 3-9x40mm Ballistic Plex scope (With Butler Creek Scope covers and an ARD SunGuard killflash)
     
  2. ddleatherworks

    ddleatherworks New Member

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    Sweet looking M-14 Kevlar.
     

  3. Firewire

    Firewire New Member

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    Wow, wouldn't know it was even the same model gun!
     
  4. okie67

    okie67 New Member

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    That is one sweet looking Rifle!
     
  5. angela22

    angela22 New Member

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    I've been told that good matched receivers should either be forged or billet as cast receivers are unreliable and weak, but I don't know who the best ar-15 matched receiver manufacturers are. Does anyone have some recommendations?
    ar-15 matched receiver
     
  6. TANKS DA-DA

    TANKS DA-DA New Member

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    NICE! M-14, my fave U.S, rifle EVER.