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You could do both, with the kinda simple 'stripe' style scheme (a al BHD snipers). It's what I was intending to do before deciding to try and sell off my M14 SOCOM to fund a Systema (it's still available BTW... rolleyes.gif).

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Quick question, cause I havent owned an M14 in quite a while: stock Cyma M14 or Marui M14 Socom with Guarder FTK and KM inner barrel, for 50$ mopre (CYma would be new and the Marui would be 2nd hand, of course).

 

The CYMA's are definitely very good, but considering all the extras that are coming with that TM for only $50 more, I'd say go with the TM.

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Hey all, quick picture request.

 

Could someone please post a picture of an EBR with a short dot? I want to be able to have some magnification but still have the ability to use it in tight spaces which made me think short dot, but I can't really picture it.

 

Thanks!

 

 

As Stangace mentioned.

Same piccy of my Mod1

If I ever dig them out of the attic I'll post a picture or my Mod0 and M21

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As Stangace mentioned.

Same piccy of my Mod1

If I ever dig them out of the attic I'll post a picture or my Mod0 and M21

 

Can you please add an M203 to that Mod1? I have a purist friend who I would rather like to see such a thing.

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So to answer CamOfNZ I had to go up to the attic so I thought I'd take some pictures of these good ladies while I was at it.

 

Wanted to keep these pics in a seperate post to the abortion above for obvious reasons! lol

 

M21 RAS (Marui M14, Cyma RAS, Leopold replica scope and Harris bipod)

M21RAS.jpg

 

Forgive the Block2 M4 but this is the Mk14 Mod0 (Kart EBR with a Marui hop-up as the original item was f**king useless)

EBRBlock2.jpg

 

The Mod1 as posted before

EBRMod1.jpg

 

And a little family portrait or two

M14family3.jpg

 

M14family1.jpg

 

I do love M14s.

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Moosey, your shortdot is the replica off RSOV right? I feel like I read that somewhere, but I could very well be wrong. If so, how do you like it.

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Much appreciated Moosey47

 

 

No worries.

 

Thanks Grindstone.

 

Thinking about getting a CA M14 Scout too. I can admitt I have a problem!

 

Carter, yes it's the one off RSOV. It's ok. I've had a few scopes from them over the last few years and it's one of the better ones.

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Quick question for you Marui Soc 16 owners.

Does that flash hider/comp screw off allowing you to replace it with a vortex style flash hider?

I have a want for a short barrel M14 with original stock, but I also want to put my QD M14 suppressor on it.

Any input appreciated, thanks.

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My little contribution to this superb thread:

 

CYMA M14 SOCOM

 

Internals: Systema M130, metal bushings, GURU teflon cylinder, ASPro piston, GD polycarb piston head, GD nozzle and tappet plate, GD spring guide with ball bearings

Guarder hop-up rubber, H-nub, KM Head 6.04 tightbore, computerized mosfet with new wiring, GD high-torque motor

Externals: 3-9x42 ACM Scope, ICS 3-point sling, woodland camo wrap

 

To be installed: threaded barrel with silencer to insert longer tightbore

 

FPS @465 with .20 BBs

 

cyma_m14_socom.jpg

 

 

 

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I feel like this is a pretty stupid question but I need to ask it anyways...

 

Every picture I've seen of unpainted M14s in service were ones with wood stocks. Is there a regulation/SOP/whatever against painting a wooden stocked rifle or is that just something you don't really do?

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