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Poly Tech M14 ??????

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Gunslinger686, Jun 30, 2006.

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  1. Gunslinger686

    Gunslinger686 Member

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    Got my first m1:evil: got it for just under a grand in like new cond.How did i do ??????????????,how do poly rate aganst a new springfield????

    thanks.
     
  2. MechAg94

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    My Dad has one. It rattles and doesn't have the best fit and finish, but it works well. If you are happy with the cost, enjoy it.
     
  3. Kramer Krazy

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    I passed up on a minty one with a really cool figured stock at a local pawn shop for $799......I just didn't have the money to blow.
     
  4. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

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    They're fine rifles, but that sounds high.
     
  5. jagdpanzer347

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    Saw one at a gunshow last week for 800.00. Didn't really get a good look at it though. From what I understand those rifles sometimes have soft bolts. So I would personally check the headspace on it. The easy fix is to replace the Chinese bolt with a USGI piece.

    -jagd
     
  6. nbkky71

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    $1k does sound a bit high for a polytech. Does it have stampings on the heel or the receiver, or the side? The heel-stamped ones are worth a little more money. For that kind of $$$, I hope they threw in some more goodies, like mags & ammo.

    The Poly's are fine rifles and are on par with a standard SA, Inc. M1A.
     
  7. 50 Freak

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    I lucked out and picked one up for under $500, replaced the bolt with a TRW.

    It now gets 1.5 MOA constantly.
     
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