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I thought you guys would want to see these. The cans in the photos are prototypes that went over with our boys to get some real evaluation. Not some numbers off of a meter.



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Just out of curiousity, Jered....How hard is it to get an M-14 to .5 MOA?

Makers like Springfield seem to charge a whole bundle with no guarantees.
 

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There is a reason for that.
M-14's are a pain in the ass all the way around.
With a good barrel, machine work and bedding
should be a shooter. Just don't call me look'n for
one. If you do expect a wait. :cry:
 

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lol no worries, I won't be hassling you for one, I was just wondering about what its like to work on them.
 

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This is by no means a standard M-14 DMR... it is fully custom made to specs laid out by the unit and made at the special weapons company at Quantico VA. for specialized units.

The barrel is cusom made with a threaded flash muzzle break (AK-74 style) which unscrews for a screw on 35db supressor.

In advance... sorry for how large the pictures are but i wanted to show the barrel upclose.





It shoots .50 MOA 5 shot groups @ 100 yards... most M-14 DMR's will do about .75 MOA.

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There can't be a huge problem with cans in the desert can there? No moving parts and all.....
 

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Some times you can get sand stuck in the baffels / chambers but you just remove it from the weapon and clean it out... only takes a minute or so. Hit it with an air compressor hose and shake it around... it all comes out easily.

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