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M1 Garand / M1A / M-14 Thread

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by mr_ouija, Apr 8, 2008.

  1. MadDogs

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    I just wet myself. Beautiful rifle.
     
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    Is that a DGR stock set?
     
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    Good eye my friend. Yes it is. They did all the work on the rifle. Very pleased and a 2 thumbs up to DGR.
     
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    I've ogled their stock sets on occasion - they do have some gorgeous stuff! If I wasn't hung up on USGI stocks, I'd have bought sets from DGR. I was lucky to happen into a few striped walnut and figured birch USGI stocks, so my appetite was sated.

    Nonetheless, that's a beautiful stock set, including the HG's. Not easy to match those!
     
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    Thank you I'm very pleased with the whole setup. Almost too purdy to shoot...almost
     
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    Holy Crap! That is a feast for the eyes indeed. Thanks for posting that up for us to look at. Me likey.


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    How did I never see this thread?

    I have a M1A Loaded...my favorite rifle. I shot my first deer with it last Monday up in Nebraska.

    I had an IHC Garand I got from Dongs a few years ago which now resides with my dad. I still need to replace it.
     
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    So... Pics??
     
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    Here is my M1A. Got it almost ten years ago. Lot of fun to shoot and amazingly accurate. When I had a scope on it, it would print sub-MOA groups with just about any factory load. Later went to an Aimpoint and then the EOTech. Yeah ... not getting the most out of the range that this rifle has BUT it is fun to shoot with that sight on it.

    The cheek rest is from Bradley. GREAT product and he is a great guy to do business with.
     

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    Looks good! I never got around to mounting my EoTech on my SOCOM-16, mainly because I never got around to buying a cheek piece. I've since sent them both down the road....
     
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