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  1. Gunsmithing
    I am contemplating building a double lug M1A match rifle. Does anyone have a recommendation for a gunsmith that can machine and weld lugs on a non-lugged Springfield receiver as-well-as doing necessary modifications to the op rod? Thank you in advance.
  2. Gunsmithing
    Have been looking for COMPLETE measured drawings of every component to the M14. Have successfully drawn the receiver, bolt, barrel, plunger, and extractor in Fusion 360 (CAD) and would like to complete the entire rifle. I've looked everywhere and the only place I can find it is KeepShooting.com...
  3. LRB Arms
    Did you know LRB Arms works on ALL makes & models of the M14, not just our own? Send us your parts for a barreled action, complete rifle build, re-barrel, glass bedding, and other M14 gunsmithing needs. At $45/hr labor, you'll get the service and quality we strive to achieve every day! Click...
  4. Gunsmithing
    I have a long history of working with CAD, and CNC Mills/Lathes, as well as building Air-Rifles, back in the 1980s (and some very minor work on a couple of firearms as well). And I have built all kinds of custom stocks, from the 80s to mid-90s, when I had an "accident" (re: among other things...
  5. Modern M14
    Hello all, I have always wanted an M1 Garand but then got to see the M1A and fell in love with it. I just bought a new one but the gun store did not have one from the box and I really didn't want to wait and bought the one off the shelf. I noticed a couple of marks on the bolt but didn't think...
  6. Gunsmithing
    Hey everyone, I have a polytech m14s that I am in the process of scoping. I need to take off the stripper clip guide, but it does not want to come off. I am using a 3/32 punch and hammering from underneath the receiver but the roll pin won't come out. What am I doing wrong? Advice would be...
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