WTB-M-14 GI fiberglass stock

Discussion in 'Gun Parts - Stocks, Barrels, Actions, etc.' started by knc1105, Mar 9, 2013.

  1. knc1105

    knc1105 Well-Known Member

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    WTB- M-14 fiberglass GI stock for a M1-A will send payment quick or PayPal
     
  2. kaseyfied

    kaseyfied Well-Known Member

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    What about brand new troy industries m14 mcs chasis system.. full rail and ajustable buttstock
     

  3. knc1105

    knc1105 Well-Known Member

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    That looks awesome, but I need the stock to bed and use in the "Service Rifle Class" that is a space age looking stock, wow!
     
  4. kaseyfied

    kaseyfied Well-Known Member

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    I tried.. i would even make ya a good deal on it:) doesnt fit thr full auto version so its no good to me :(
     
  5. knc1105

    knc1105 Well-Known Member

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    Send me a PM with what it is and what you want for it. There are a lot of guys at the range that do not shoot iron sights in the Service Rifle Class and I can probably sell it for you. If you can send me a link or picture, I can probably do something for you faster. It looks cool, just would not work in that class and my other one has a select walnut stock that has already had all the tricks done and bedded.
     
  6. sheepfever

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    I have a factory synthetic that was on a loaded from springfield if it will help you
     
  7. knc1105

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    Is it the Black synthetic on the new guns? I have a loaded with the composite stock I just got last week but gunsmith said he can't glass bed those, it won't stick. He did two and he said it took him forever on prep and even drilling shallow holes trying to hold the bedding. He said it would be cheaper to buy a stock than all that prep. The GI fiberglass stock does not have that issue and is still light. I like the weight and feel of that synthetic stock so much I want the same thing but bedded. He did my other M1-A and with a Burris XTR #201909 1.5-6x yep only 6 power that rifle shot a .262" group from a lead sled at Red's 100-yard indoor range. I put a Sadlack steel mount on it with lapped rings. I know that's cheating with no wind, but I wanted to see what the rifle and handload would do.
     

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  8. sheepfever

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    it is the new synthetic so it won't work for you