I had the same/similar idea in 1984, and we've been doing an annual "anything goes" shoot every year since then, on the MLK weekend, in north central Wi. Sometimes a little cold, and often lots of snow, but at least most of the nearby neighbors are indoors with windows closed, so the noise issue is reduced. I'm talking a 3 day event where as much as 6K rounds of ammo are expended with a large variety of small arms and a few belt feds and NFA weapons... GI1One of these days I am going to smuggle all the evil crap I have upstate to my brother in law land and go postal on some targets. Ill have to make it an annual event.
Sir,I know this one is 10,00 miles off target and its setting is a little more peaceful but this is my clone.
Here is a little twist on the E2 Stock I picked up last summer.
Man thats sounds great, I have the sling but can't seem to find the compensator. I have a nice reproduction and that will have to do until I can get the real thing.Building an m14-e2 now, just missing a e2 brake and sling, I'll try to post picks when I'm done.
Mine has been complete since...oh, 2000:Man thats sounds great, I have the sling but can't seem to find the compensator. I have a nice reproduction and that will have to do until I can get the real thing.
Please post pictures when you get the chance.
Now thats what I'm talkin about, that thing is purtier than Marilyn Monroe and damn near as good looking as Amy Adams.Mine has been complete since...oh, 2000:
I can say from experience: firing my TRW-parts M1A (made OCT 1990; I have a dummy selector switch and connector connected to the stock) in this guise in the prone is not bad. The compensator helps.
Stock: Fred's 1998
Compensator: Fulton Armory 1998
Double-hook sling: Gunshow 1998 I think, maybe Fulton Armory
M2 Bipod: Gunshow 1997 in Fairbanks, AK (it is the REAL thing, not Chinese JUNK..paid $70 cash for it)
Not shown, Cleaning Kit that comes in a nylon bag that folds up and tied together with attached straps: Gunshow where I spotted the rifle: Austin, TX OCT 2000.
I picked up the rifle on Election Day 2000. The shop in Austin (who had shown the rifle the month before when I spotted it) told me to NOT go to the GWB election party later that day. "You would not believe who we have sold ammo to, etc..." referencing the security for the party in front of the Texas State Capitol building. Of course, it rained hard that night...and the hanging chads in FlorIDah...you know the rest of the story. I paid $1400 for the rifle....$150 more for the NIB one I bought in AK in 1996, and had rebuilt to match spec in early 1997. This one is 7.62mm heel marked.