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For Sale: M14E2 rifle

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by bumpkin, Sep 14, 2011.

  1. bumpkin

    bumpkin SW WA 98643 Member

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    Semiautomatic M14 with Armscorp receiver. I built this rifle in the mid-1980s using all USGI parts and with a new TRW "ZG" bolt. It is set up as an M14E2 with an E2 birch stock, E2 bipod, an E2 stabilizer, and comes with two NOS "W" magazines. I bought the receiver & parts kit from Armscorp, the E2 stock & E2 bipod & E2 stabilizer from Sarco back in the days when they sold new USGI parts like this. The rifle is a safe queen and is just like new, round count is maybe 100. $2500 or make offer.

    http://www.hypertools.com/M14/M14leftrear.jpg

    http://www.hypertools.com/M14/M14rightsideonbipod.jpg

    http://www.hypertools.com/M14/M14selectornotch.jpg
     
  2. bumpkin

    bumpkin SW WA 98643 Member

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    Still available.
     
  3. bumpkin

    bumpkin SW WA 98643 Member

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    Still available.
     
  4. Roger k

    Roger k ND New Member

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    If you still have it,I will take it. Thanks RK.
     
  5. madcratebuilder

    madcratebuilder Ardenwald, OR Well-Known Member

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    That's a good deal if it checks out usgi.
     
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  6. bumpkin

    bumpkin SW WA 98643 Member

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    Yes, the M14E2 is still available. I just found the correct sling for it.
     
  7. sgt 0311

    sgt 0311 northeast New Member

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    Surfing the web I found your ad for this very fine looking E2. Is it still for sale?
     
  8. bumpkin

    bumpkin SW WA 98643 Member

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    Yes the M14E2 is still available. PM sent.
     
  9. dustoffmedic

    dustoffmedic Willsonville Member

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    Nice looking stock on that .Who did the work on it... Thank you sir
     
  10. bumpkin

    bumpkin SW WA 98643 Member

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    Thanks for your interest dustoffmedic. See the first post of this thread for a brief description of the rifle.

    I have built three M14s using a barrel vise & receiver wrench that a machinist friend built for me. The first one used a Smith Enterprises receiver - I still have that rifle. The second was this Armscorp M14E2. The third was a Springfield Armory M1A1 which went to my machinist friend.

    This E2 stock from Sarco took some sanding and then a coat of boiled linseed oil. Wood-to-metal fit was good from the get-go - no extra cutting was required. Somewhere I probably have the Sarco receipts for the stock & bipod & stabilizer.
     
  11. bumpkin

    bumpkin SW WA 98643 Member

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    The M14E2 is no longer available - look for it on an upcoming NRA auction.

    Thanks for your interest.

    bumpkin in SW WA