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Welcome, Guest. Please login or register. Did you miss your activation email? Home Help Login Register. Read times. Grant Senior Contributor Posts: I was just curious about something. I know the "Stigma" I'll say of Chinese made rifles. I cringe at the thought of an American design like the M14 being made overseas. Much the same way I get downright peeved at seeing "Made in Vietnam" on 5. That said, I've been looking at them and figured I'd come to the experts here on a few questions. Many of the super-positive reviews of Polytech M14's are new versions.

Many of the problems Mechanical problems, VS cosmetic seem to be about the Bolt being of soft metal, allowing excessive headspace.

Those points being made. I am wondering if Polytech's aren't all that bad. What is the benefits of a Forged VS cast receiver? Even considering the cost of a gunsmith to install a new bolt, and possibly tweak a Chinese one, would it be any better than a Springfield Armory?

I'm just curious on this. Remove Advertisements. Forged vs. Both can have hidden flaws if not handled properly. Forging requires all the same hot pour process as cast, but the additional steps of forging squishing under enormous pressure and subsequent heat treatment. In the case of forged aluminum or magnesium alloy products special furnaces are required with inert atmosphere to prevent burning up the workpiece during heat treat.

There are tremendously strong machined castings such as gears, engine blocks, pump impellers but they are used in different applications than machined forgings periscope parts, drill collars, tail shafts, some rifle barrels. What it comes down to is a properly engineered part with proper material and process control. My understanding about the low regard for Chinese export firearms is a certain disregard for uniform quality steel, poor fabrication and an inclusive attitude about critical dimensions.

But, in practice, there is. I'm not an expert about M14s in general or Polytechs in particular, but I do own a Poly and I've done a bit of research about them. So, while taking what I have to say with the appropriate grain of salt, here is what I have read and experienced from the US-legal Polys which are the earlier ones, since importation was banned awhile back : The Polytech M14S is a great example of the utter stupidity of communism. They went to the bother and, I would imagine, significant expense of manufacturing an outstanding receiver, properly dimensioned in every respect, forged of tool steel with proper heat treatment.

Basically, it is every bit as good as a real-deal M14 receiver, and arguably better than the cast commercial offerings most of us own today. They then mated it to a decent chrome-lined barrel. They then slapped on some parts of highly variable quality, installed a poorly-dimensioned bolt of too-soft steel, finished everything like it was a homework project from Parkerizingand slapped it all into some mystery-wood stock.

Naturally, the Polytech rifle got a reputation for shoody workmanship, especially when things started exploding near shooters' faces.The M14E2, later redesignated the M14A1, was the replacement for the ill-fated heavy barrel M15 rifle. Both were intended to fill the role of the BAR in providing automatic fire in support of M14 rifles. The M15 program was cancelled before any rifles were built, and the M14E2 that replaced it was simply an M14 with a pistol grip stock, bipod, forward grip, and bipod.

While it was more effective in automatic fire than the standard M14, it was significantly inferior to the M60 no surprise there. A total of just were made. This particular one is a well-done semiauto copy made on a Springfield M1A receiver, so it can be owned without NFA paperwork. Today, we take a look at a reproduction FP45 Liberator pistol.

These pistols were originally designed to be scattered across occupied Europe in huge numbers, and literally a million of them were made during WWII. The M40 was the final and largest iteration of the recoilless rifle in American military service. Designed to fix the shortcomings of the mm M27 that preceded it, the M40 was light and powerful, and […]. It made novel use of materials aluminum castings and many clever […]. He told me the preferred way to use it was to hold it sideways breech parallel to the ground braced against the hip holding the fore grip firmly.

I saw a photo of him using it that way. His unit got sucked into the battle for Hue in and were the only people there using Ms.

There is a photo of him firing his M not a E2 at that point on P. He also told me 7. I think only Marines used M14,s in the nam.

I have a Springfield m1a scouter in a walnut e2 green cotton sling no forward grip but metal is enbedded in stock no m2 bipod. You buddy is telling tall tails. I was company commander and had an MA1 with the full auto selector switch, pistol grip, and bi-pod. It was a well behaved weapon, very accurate, and when used as intended replacement for a BAR as a squad automatic weapon in prone position it performed flawlessly.

If You wanted to shoot it on semi-automatic it was easily fired effectively as a shoulder weapon albeit all 11 pounds of it, a bit heavier than a sissy m I was CO of a track unit and hung it over the gun shield on the ACAV and allowed my troops to take it out on ambush at night as it also had a starlight scope on it. Ian, Interesting presentation as always, however you missed the primary function of the pivoting front pistol grip. The main reason it was connected to the sling was not to push it back against the shoulder which was part of its purpose but to increase the downward force on the bipod legs.

I had nothing to do with the E1 project but did shoot it on several occasions and found it to be very controllable in automatic fire.The M14E2, later redesignated the M14A1, was the replacement for the ill-fated heavy barrel M15 rifle. Both were intended to fill the role of the BAR in providing automatic fire in support of M14 rifles.

The M15 program was cancelled before any rifles were built, and the M14E2 that replaced it was simply an M14 with a pistol grip stock, bipod, forward grip, and bipod. While it was more effective in automatic fire than the standard M14, it was significantly inferior to the M60 no surprise there. A total of just were made.

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This particular one is a well-done semiauto copy made on a Springfield M1A receiver, so it can be owned without NFA paperwork.

After getting his Model machine gun purchased in small numbers by the US military, Melvin Johnson continued to press for more sales and a general adoption. Following testing results and recommendations from soldiers in […]. With all the discussion this week of replacements for the M1, I feel obligated to post this very cool photo of John Cantius Garand and the business end of his rifle.

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Canaidna inspecting Jap type 96 at Kiska Aug I believe this is a Canadian solider on the island of Kiska in the Aleutians, inspecting a Japanese Type 96 machine gun. He told me the preferred way to use it was to hold it sideways breech parallel to the ground braced against the hip holding the fore grip firmly.

I saw a photo of him using it that way. His unit got sucked into the battle for Hue in and were the only people there using Ms. There is a photo of him firing his M not a E2 at that point on P. He also told me 7.

I think only Marines used M14,s in the nam. I have a Springfield m1a scouter in a walnut e2 green cotton sling no forward grip but metal is enbedded in stock no m2 bipod.

You buddy is telling tall tails. I was company commander and had an MA1 with the full auto selector switch, pistol grip, and bi-pod. It was a well behaved weapon, very accurate, and when used as intended replacement for a BAR as a squad automatic weapon in prone position it performed flawlessly. If You wanted to shoot it on semi-automatic it was easily fired effectively as a shoulder weapon albeit all 11 pounds of it, a bit heavier than a sissy m I was CO of a track unit and hung it over the gun shield on the ACAV and allowed my troops to take it out on ambush at night as it also had a starlight scope on it.

Ian, Interesting presentation as always, however you missed the primary function of the pivoting front pistol grip.

The main reason it was connected to the sling was not to push it back against the shoulder which was part of its purpose but to increase the downward force on the bipod legs. I had nothing to do with the E1 project but did shoot it on several occasions and found it to be very controllable in automatic fire. In those days I weighed about pounds. If I remember correctly Test Branch measured a range of lb downward force on the bipod legs.

Mk 14 Enhanced Battle Rifle

I forgopt to say that whilst transiting through Schipol Amsterdam airport in going to Lithuania another story! Interesting thing is they have actually modified the M14 into their version of a sniper rifle more probably a dedicated marksman rifle.

I have photographs of their modified rifle if Ian wants to post them here? Just looking at picture… this is incredibly awkward and for sure expensive to make stock. It may be made of parts bolted together, which I cannot see. I will return to video later.One reader writes to ask if military surplus rifles are still a good idea for hunting, recreational shooting, and all around backwoods use. The answer is more complicated than the question.

Guys who were around before my time proudly showed me ex-GI and A1. There were private citizens on the Western frontier who carried trapdoor Springfield. After the adoption of the Springfield. The Krag was famous for its smooth-as-butter bolt action. Many returning doughboys found their souvenir German Mausers could also be fashioned into superb hunting rifles.

The Jungle Carbine in particular captured the imagination of hunters. It already had a sporter-style stock, and a short barrel just right for woods hunting. And the Jungle Carbine even came with a recoil pad. I knew many friends who were disappointed in theirs. In the years after the war, the rubber in the recoil pads had hardened, and the potent. Prices, of course, have gone up. The 6. However, a number of M14s and M16s have been released to law enforcement, as have some.

This means that if you want a semiautomatic M14 or M16 clone, you want a commercial semiautomatic rifle. For the most part, if you like the 7. The M1A is a splendid arm, an updated M1 Garand chambered for. Newly appreciated since the current conflicts in Iraq and particularly Afghanistan showed the advantages of an accurate, long-reaching, high-powered semiautomatic rifle, the M1A is a splendidly practical all-purpose arm.

The manufacturer makes a short magazine for it, for just the latter purpose. The AR15, however, is the most popular military style rifle produced in America today.

In Vietnam, the M16 created a national scandal when it repeatedly jammed on American troops in battle, sometimes with fatal results. Between firearms and ammo developments, the 5. For military style autoloading rifles, that is simply phenomenal performance. There are now approximately 30 companies producing AR15s, including Colt, the original manufacturer and still one of the best.

It is also the standard military rifle of other nations, including Israel. Expect to be paying around a thousand dollars for a high quality AR15 bought new. Prices range much higher for top brands in specialist configurations.

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Bushmaster and a few other companies offer basic entry-level AR models for a bit under a grand. Dealers around the country tell me that almost without exception, the AR is the best-selling rifle in their gun shops. Remington, owned along with ARproducer Bushmaster by Cerberus, now offers what they call an R under their own brand. This will further legitimize and popularize the AR15 platform among American sportsmen. In addition to its superb accuracy, the AR is an exquisitely ergonomic platform.

The safety and the magazine release button are all in the right places for fast, natural handling. In a home defense gun, you want the A2-style collapsing stock, because it adjusts perfectly between long and short-armed members of the family.

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When my youngest was 10 to 12, her little girl arms were just right for an A2 stock at its fully collapsed length.These weapons are made for both the designated marksman and the close combat roles.

Sincethe U. Mike Rock collaborated with engineer Jim Ribordy to make the new rifle. Tests showed that their rifle was effective, but had excessive noise problems. Coast Guard. The U. United States Marine Corps units were [ when?

m14 ebr clone

Users have praised the weapon for its ergonomics, low recoil, and low cost, as well as having the option of various optics and accessories. It could change all "surplus M14s into modern battle rifles".

The rifle has seen limited service outside of the U. In earlythe Army began writing a new requirement for an SDM rifle for combat platoons and squads. Issuing a 7. Fielding was planned to start in late This weapon upgrades the standard M14 action and replaces the standard The EBR chassis system stock is made up entirely of lightweight aircraft alloy. A Kydex hand guard and M68 CCO are also added, though they are almost always replaced with a vertical foregrip and magnifying scope for better handling and for use in a designated marksman role.

Others had included the capability of adding two different scopes or sights on the Picatinny rails, for more precision or zoom level. A summary of variants, and the components utilized in each, are as follows:.

The civilian version created by Smith Enterprise Inc. The carbine variant is also known as the MK14 Mod 1. Army Sgt. Army Spc. Army Europe, scans the surrounding mountains for threats during a patrol outside Forward Operating Base Baylough in Zabul province, Afghanistan, on June 12, Army Cpl. Michael Tacker, from Tonasket, Wash.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American selective fire military designated marksman rifle. For the computer kit, see MK Type of Battle rifle, designated marksman rifle [1]. Archived from the original on Retrieved Archived at the Wayback Machine Retrieved on September 23, Retrieved on September 23, Retrieved on October 5, Jane's International Defence Review. Enduring Freedom: Afghanistan Osprey Publishing.Kingston Armory, of Liberty, N.

After a year in development, the company is launching rimfire version of the M14 rifle in. Externally these guns feature the same style stocks, stock fittings, sights, gas blocks, sling swivels and buttplates as the original military rifles. Kingston Armory produces the receivers from steel in their own facilities to assure high quality and performance. The touches on the gun are truly authentic, like the parkerized finish and the finely oiled, rubbed walnut stocks.

They have adjustable aperture rear sights with a standard blade front sight. These rifles provide all the fun of shooting an M1 or M14 without the pain or expense. You have all the nostalgia of the high-power match with all the camaraderie that Appleseed provides.

Everyone will want to take a turn on this gun. Heck, I bet they would even come up with a new patch for shooting a match with this! But when you look at what you are getting, American-made steel and wood, not plastic, that price is a bargain for a gun that will last lifetimes. Kingston Armory will begin shipping these this spring. Concur with the statements that it is a lot of furniture for a. Notion of. Personally, I would like a 22 Magnum.

Put a little umph into it, yet, not too expensive to shoot [no reload though]. Pistol calibers, especially 9mm and. Yeah, they are cool looking. I have both of the originals and was going to get both of these but the price is unbelievable!!!! Why would you pack around a 9. This whole concept is dumb. I love the idea of these rifles.

Besides it just being a second kind of cool and from what I can see in the pictures, very well executed. Make it in and I will be all over it. I have a good mind to sell off some of my rifles and buy 1 of each. Just saying. I paid less than that for my CMP Garand.

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Less money for a real, Love the looks of the M14 22cal. Disabled retired Marine Vetnam era, Semper Fi. Totally worthless… Like buying a ford mustang with a v6. They might as well make it an air rifle, then maybe it would be legal in New York. I have two MP5.

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Looks like a Ruger. I am too unfortunately. Shot the m14 in the Marines and I miss shooting it.

m14 ebr clone

Looks like a lot of fun to teach the grand children how to shoot the right way.Originally Posted by Different. Parts can be swapped out but the technical manual specifices a standard rear sight and a NM front sight.

Thanks from Differentvette and mescalito. Spreadsheet completed through rifle components.

m14 ebr clone

Thanks from Different and 37thguy. This is a treasure trove of information. Thanks guys for all the hard work in putting it together! I noticed the questions about slings, a lot of Soldiers buy their own slings.

Thanks from 37thguy. Originally Posted by WarCop. Thanks from Different. Can I get the current spec spreadsheet? Can you post the link? Chris Sorry, found it. Last edited by treo; May 28th, at AM. Many thanks. Although only 4 were provided by the US Navy for evaluation, these are important as the few detailed pictures available show the likely configuration these older Mk 14 Mod 0's are now being used.

I'm guessing the original collapsible buttstock simply had too many parts and too much play i. Among the 4 variants, 4 different optic set-ups are seen: 1. Irons only 2. Nightforce NXS 3.

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Another interesting fact is that these eval. Originally Posted by mrsaturn Thanks from Blackfeather. Noted and updated I almost called it the MOE grip based on the picture where they're sitting on the table Thanks for the update!


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