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    NM M14 stocks

    Sometime in the early 1990's, Rock Island sold off on auction pallets of these Sykes stocks that were modified
    for NM use. The stocks were rooted for the bedding and the front swivel tack welded. I was able to get four of
    these stocks but sold them all except one.

    #2
    That would have been something to have. Too bad those probably aren't available anymore.

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      #3
      Those would be gold to have for someone that built up match rifles. I wish I could go back in time and get some of these gems!
      m14brian

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        #4
        Originally posted by m14brian View Post
        Those would be gold to have for someone that built up match rifles. I wish I could go back in time and get some of these gems!
        m14brian
        You and me both. A time machine and a pocket full of cash would be a great thing to have!!
        Welcome to the Addiction!

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          #5
          Originally posted by Jersey Devil View Post

          You and me both. A time machine and a pocket full of cash would be a great thing to have!!
          I'd empty my checking account if I could go back then and buy up NIW parts at the prices back then.
          m14brian

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            #6
            Has anyone used PC-7 for bedding compound? If so, how did it work?

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              #7
              Originally posted by Jersey Devil View Post

              You and me both. A time machine and a pocket full of cash would be a great thing to have!!
              I think about this almost every day

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                #8
                Here are a pair of early GI Springfield Armory national match M14 stocks. Both stamped SA under the butt plate. Click image for larger version

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                  #9
                  My photos of the NM stock with the Sykes diamond logo is birch

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                        #12
                        The 2 stocks above, walnut one is standard profile and has TRW indicators. Pin prick front ferrule, elongated P and hi arch stars in the DAS. Birch stock has the H.Sacks and Sons logo and NM part number stamped in the butt.

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                          #13
                          You know this is like teasing a fat kid with a porkchop..... Yes, I'm that Fat kid! I "NEED" a SA stock so who is going too pass one on?

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