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Smith Ent. "Crazy Horse" M14SE - opinions?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by mattw, Feb 15, 2006.

  1. mattw

    mattw Well-Known Member


    Has anyone here seen one in action or used one? Or have any idea about the pricing of that package (assuming I already have the scope and the M1A)?

    Looks pretty impressive and i'm sure it will carry an equally impressively large price tag to convert my standard M1A to Crazy Horse specs.

    M14SE Crazy Horse SASS (Semi-Automatic Sniper System):
  2. NMshooter

    NMshooter Well-Known Member

    I suppose if I had $4K laying around I might have them build me one from scratch...

    If I could get on the waiting list this year...

    Not exactly getting your hopes up, I know, but those are a bit hard to come by right now, and pretty expensive too.

    Pretty nice if you can get one.:)
  3. mattw

    mattw Well-Known Member

    I'm seriously thinking about sending my M1A to them to have it converted once i've bought an engagement ring for my girlfriend. Maybe a wedding present to myself.
  4. ArnimFaber

    ArnimFaber New Member

    It's a truly magnificent weapon that has proved itself in combat time and time again, much to the chagrin of many XM110 advocates and proponents. I have the latest version (just upgraded) built on the excellent LRB receiver. A truly amazing weapon. No, it won't come cheap for civilians -- precision with total reliability never does. However, for the military it's a third the price of the XM110 and that's for the complete system!
    Last edited: Jan 5, 2007

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