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WE M14 Gas Blowback Rifle

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Can we have takedown guide?

 

I'll be doing that in the following couple of days. Just waiting for some parts to arrive :)

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Hi all, just got my M14 this week managed to fire a couple of mags off, good fun.

 

The rifle now just dumps all the gas out off the mag, It does it with all the mags any ideas what the problem is?

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just got my WE M14 in.

 

blowback is not even close to an AR-15, but DAMN, this is the first airsoft rifle I've owned that feels like a rifle should: weighty, beefy, and solid

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just got my WE M14 in.

 

blowback is not even close to an AR-15, but DAMN, this is the first airsoft rifle I've owned that feels like a rifle should: weighty, beefy, and solid

 

And when I get my paws on the RAT cnc'd steel receiver I bet it will Feel even better!

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so two questions:

 

how much modification is necessary to fit a RS full-auto M14 stock to the WE?

I think I read that the trigger area needs some dremel work/sanding and the area under the op-rod needs to be ground out.

 

Also, does anyone know if a RS selector lock will fit on the M14? I want to "disable" the full auto to permit use without downgrades.

 

The RA-tech wood stock I have now is nice, but beech simply isn't as good as solid American walnut.

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Having just acquired a refurbished USGI walnut stock , from first measurements there's a fair bit of work to do, the channel where the operating rod moves in needs to be ground out, but basically all the way to the front of the handguard as the gas tube is fatter as well, also a few bits need dremelling where the receiver and trigger pack go in to make it fit. I'm taking my time with it so i don't destroy this beautiful stock. Most of the differences are within about 0.5cm, just a bit fiddly to work around.

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how many people have issues with the trigger group?

 

I just found out about WE's stupid design flaw

 

You're talking about the loose trigger pin ?

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so two questions:

 

how much modification is necessary to fit a RS full-auto M14 stock to the WE?

I think I read that the trigger area needs some dremel work/sanding and the area under the op-rod needs to be ground out.

 

Also, does anyone know if a RS selector lock will fit on the M14? I want to "disable" the full auto to permit use without downgrades.

 

The RA-tech wood stock I have now is nice, but beech simply isn't as good as solid American walnut.

 

The RS selector lock will fit, I have one on my EBR, a little bit of work, but not too bad. They are $8 from RA Parts. The RS stock needs some work where you mentioned and you have to use the metal from the WE stock, the RS part won't work. Sadly the fiberglass stock doesn't fit without a lot of work.

 

 

My trigger group broke and the second M14 I bought used has the same problem. I bought the RA Tech part and while it's costly, it works REALLY well. Trigger group lock up is excellent and magazines lock in much tighter.

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no, I'm talking about the trigger box's segmented design

 

Ahh that one. Mine has yet to die on me though.

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My trigger group broke and the second M14 I bought used has the same problem. I bought the RA Tech part and while it's costly, it works REALLY well. Trigger group lock up is excellent and magazines lock in much tighter.

 

 

Hi double_a Did you replace the entire trigger assembly? My m14 has quite a spongy trigger pull in the standard WE stock, and I didnt know wether to replace the TA or the Stock to fix it?

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