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Norinco M14

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by mrstang01, Jun 7, 2003.

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  1. mrstang01

    mrstang01 Member

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    I have a chance to get a Norinco M14 with pretty wood, the plastic handguard, and overall decent metal. The clip charger ??? appears to be a little beat up, but other than that it looks ok. I don't know much about the M14/M1A type rifles.

    How does $625 sound?

    Michael
     
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    from what i read that sounds about right.....you may want to go to battlerifles.com and read up on them......DICK
     
  3. mrstang01

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    Seems to be in pretty good shape. Anybody got a good source for mags?
     
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    good mag sources can be found over at the battlerifles.com discussion boards


    "...........how does $625 sound??" Post the shops ph# if you don't want it!



    like a moron, your old pal dude here passed up on a beautiful LNIB chi-comm M-14 a few years back going for $600 at my then local gunshop. It had an awesome hand-refinished stock and was well cared for, it won't happen again!
     
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    Well to be honest, it was a guy at the Great Eastern, and I had this Taurus 65 he wanted..., so it followed me home. Don't have a pic yet, but should shortly.

    Michael
     
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