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i think that new troy is incredibly ugly. the sopmod was much better.

about the trijicon: its probably so dim because the tritium is almost out... if you ever sell it though, let me know. id like it for the look

-Joe

 

Off Topic: Can you replace the tritium in the reflex sights?

 

Drake, that ACOG looks really cool on the EBR.

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Ive come back to the m14 brotherhood :)

 

Just need a couple of other parts and then pics will be up

 

M14 Socom:

Laylax real wood stock

G&P Ras

Vortex flash hider and silencer

Bipod stud

G&P M3 3.5-10x40mm scope with sniper mount

KM Steel Hop Up Screw

KA Mini red dot sight

Guarder Cut-Off Lever

Prometheus EG Spring Guide

Prometheus Sealing Nozzle

Prometheus POM Piston Head

Prometheus Hard Reversal Stop Latch

Guarder Tappet Plate

Prometheus M14 High speed gears

Prometheus M14 Hard Piston

Prometheus Cylinder

Prometheus Cylinderhead

Prometheus 6.03mm 500mm tighbore

2 G&P 9.6v 3300mah Nimh batteries

7 Tm m14 hicaps

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Ive come back to the m14 brotherhood :)

 

Just need a couple of other parts and then pics will be up

 

M14 Socom:

Laylax real wood stock

G&P Ras

Vortex flash hider and silencer

Bipod stud

G&P M3 3.5-10x40mm scope with sniper mount

KM Steel Hop Up Screw

KA Mini red dot sight

Guarder Cut-Off Lever

Prometheus EG Spring Guide

Prometheus Sealing Nozzle

Prometheus POM Piston Head

Prometheus Hard Reversal Stop Latch

Guarder Tappet Plate

Prometheus M14 High speed gears

Prometheus M14 Hard Piston

Prometheus Cylinder

Prometheus Cylinderhead

Prometheus 6.03mm 500mm tighbore

2 G&P 9.6v 3300mah Nimh batteries

7 Tm m14 hicaps

 

Welcome back Rizzi......... :D:D:P

 

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Hi! I have been dreaming about a Smith Enterprise M14 SE proyect for some time and now I have finally found a way to do it more or less cheaply. Most parts will be airsoft aftermarket or stock parts, but the stock has to be the real deal. I had thought about using a marui OD stock (because of the textured parts) and paint it but it would look just fake.

 

So I want to use a used RS USGI synthetic stock. But im not sure whether it is possible, whether I can hollow the stock out with a Dremel or will the material be too hard? And if I managed to hollow it out, will the AEG fit? Will the inclination for the motor be correct?

 

I know some people have done this with RS wood stocks and the synthetic stock will most likely be the same but I wanna be sure before spending the money on the stock and a Dremel.

 

So, if anyone has ever tried this, please give me a hand.

 

On a further note, the only place where I have found these stocks for a reasonable price does not ship outside the USA, so if any yank out there could give me hand Id be eternally thankful.

 

Thanks!

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can anyone show me the config on the M21 used in COD4 i fancy making one similar to that.

 

If Lewis' M14 had a full length barrel, then it would be exactly like his except with the scope mounted to a scope mount as opposed to the RIS. King Arms makes a nice replica of the mount you want.

 

Also, probably an M3 scope.

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I -really- want an M14, going for a M21-ish project...

I'm skint though, so I figured I'd be going with the CYMA M14.

If I'm not mistaken, the barrel will be off in regards of the M21? What's my best alternative to remedy this?

And what wooden stock should I get?

 

Cheers

- Pkekyo

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