Couple Questions


May 30, 2009, 02:07 AM
I have a couple fairly simple questions for some of you guys that keep up with this sort of thing. I am actually interested in a rifle so I was wondering about a few things. I would kind of like to have a "goal price" of what I need to expect if I go to buy one of these. I looked in quite a few places but couldn't find the right gun... Maybe it doesn't even exist... I don't know. I saw a $1200 stock for the EBR but uh... yeah... I could probably find a gun for barely more than that... maybe even less...

I know the first question involves a M14 but I have no clue on the best places, average price, ammo... well pretty much have very limited knowledge of the platform in general I just really like the look of the gun and became seriously interested in it.

What is the closest thing to a Mk 14 Mod 0 EBR I can find in semi auto? I really like the looks of this gun and I know the M14 platform is good but all I have been finding is guns with M16 stocks which I don't like...

This just looks good:

Then I came across the SR-47 which I can't seem to find much info on... do they still make them? Are they kind of like something that never really took off? I can't seem to find really current info on them at all. Did a civilian version ever exist?

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May 30, 2009, 02:28 AM
The EBR will cost you about $3k...I'm sure water-man will chime in and give the details, and his thoughts...I think he hates them. :neener:

The SR-47 was based upon the AR-47 IIRC...that's about all I know about it...there are uppers for AR-15s that shoot 7.62x39, but I have heard that the mags will not reliably feed more than about 5 rounds.

EDIT to add: the EBR is basically just a M1A wrapped in a Sage stock, that is the only real EBR. I know of nothing that looks similar other than a few competing M14 stocks that cost just as much and IMO don't look as good (more bulky). That EBR will set you back a chunk of change, just for the looks, and they are heavy...about 16lbs with a scope.

May 30, 2009, 02:42 AM
You can indeed get something like the SR-47.

From MGI:

Modular lower -

QCB upper -

Cobb Manufacturing also offered, for a very short time, the MCR-100 before the company was purchased by Bushmaster. The Bushmaster BA-50 rifles are the old Cobb .50 BMG rifles. I believe the Magpul Masada / Bushmaster ACR killed off the Cobb MCR.

I don't know how well any of them work, but the concept is out there.

May 30, 2009, 02:47 AM
Stock M1As will run you about 1400 dollars and then you would probably spend twice that much to set it up like that rifle pictured.

May 30, 2009, 03:10 AM
imho fugly...

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