There are many like it, but this one is mine.
I recently acquired this beauty from a fellow forum member, and am extremely proud to say that I have my very own m14 clone:
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go big or go home, right?
Well today was the first day (almost) above freezing here in WI, so I had to get her to the range.
Temp: 30 degrees F
Wind: >5 mph shifting directions
Light: nice light although the reflection off the snow was interesting
Ammo: FGMM 175 (i know it's overkill at 100 for paper, but that's what the scope was 0'ed with)
setup at the range:
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as you can see, a backpack used as a front rest.
the view from my chair:
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They were kind enough to plow a path to our targets, which was a bonus:
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Pictures of the targets are on post #5 of this thread.
can others see the images? I'm working to get it corrected...
on to the shooting, Target 1:
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The cold bore shot is the one at 9 o'clock and away from the group...
Range Trip 2.12.11 009 by nlcarlisle005, on Flickr
Cold bore shot at 10:30, not as good a group, but not terrible.
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cold bore at 9 o'clock again.
I think we understand each other. I can't wait to put some rounds down range when I don't mind spending ALL DAY at the range, was a bit chilly for that today. I'm pretty excited to get to work with the irons on this beast too, was too wussy to spend more time out than I had.
I tried some Prvi Partizan .308 (again 175 for consistency), but wasn't too impressed (about minute of Grapefruit):
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other rifles were shot on this trip, but nothing worth noting.
All-in-all, was a great day at the range!!
Congratulations on the new rifle. It looks like you two will get along just fine.
Outstanding!! Is it an M21, or just in an M21 stock? M25?
Lets see some close up pics of the action area and mount.
Barrel markings? Trigger group markings?
Palmetto State Armory has your 175gr FGMM on sale for $19.99 per box.
edit-Disregard my questions, I know where you got it. You lucky stiff.
I will post some specs just for any other inquiring minds:
built by CWO John Miller
LRB M25 Receiver
Barrel: Gene Barnett Heavy Match 22” 1:10 four groove, selected by Major Homer D. Gaines. Krieger barrel rejected—(heavy pattern CM 1:10 four groove. )
Bolt: new HRT— TRW bolt rejected--it was too long for the heavy Barnett and pressure buildup too high.
Unitized Gas cylinder, USAMU method. Supplied USMC style rejected
Trigger Group: TRW match tuned 4.5lbs matching serial number with receiver
Op Rod: TRW
Op Rod Match Spring guide: Sadlak
Flash Suppressor NM reamed: USGI
Complete NM rear sight assembly: SEI—John said these are excellent sights.
NM Front sight assembly .062 USGI
Gas Piston & Gas Plug: SEI
Stock: Springfield Armory M21 sniper, Black Walnut. Stamped with matching serial number of rifle behind heel, Armorer’s cartouche stamped on underside of grip.
Versa-Pod Picatinny Rail with Sling Swivel M14: Custom steel plate running inside stock to secure rail.
Bipod: SEI Lightweight QD MIL STD 1913 Bipod
Sling: OD Turner National Match Service Rifle All Weather Sling (AWS)
Match Conditioning procedures: Too detailed for the scope of this post: Reference Chapter 10 of M14 Owners Guide
whats her name? :D
"she is a beaut Clark"
love the classic wood and the cheek rest.
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