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The stock I want looks like the fiberglass McMillan m1a camo stock, but not as heavy or bulky. (But I do want fiberglass.)
I want my m14 to be fairly easily carried in the field, I want it to be impervious to weather, but I want some of the characteristics of the McMillan, as far as being ridged, and well built for accuracy.

Should I buy a fiberglass GI stock and do a bedding job, maybe beef it up and paint it?
Is that my only option?
 

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You can pick a nice GI stock and send it out for a nice camo job or do it yourself. I just did mine and for the purpose I'm satisfied.

My LRB M14 Tanker CQB Carbine Zombie Killer....

 

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Carbon fiber! Very light. And rigid. But not cheap.




Use a GI handguard and it weighs only one pound and about three ounces!





And if you don't mind running optics (if any) up front, the handguard is 7.5 ounces. (USGI is one or two oz., so there's options...)

MCCann Industries. Might be worth considering. I'm considering a second. But rail-less.
 
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