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M14 LOWER body

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WANTED: M14 Lower body. Mine is cracked and need a replacement. Willing to pay up to £40. Needed urgently!

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heavier bbs for accuracy, for the body, do you mean the whole stock thing?

as for your bbs veering off, this could be a dirty inner barrel or something to do with the hopup

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heavier bbs for accuracy, for the body, do you mean the whole stock thing?

as for your bbs veering off, this could be a dirty inner barrel or something to do with the hopup

 

Thanks.

 

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I've been asking around several forums, but no luck.

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http://www.actionhobbies.co.uk/M14-Real-Ha...tock_AN8DM.aspx

 

i went for the light wood one, and then sanded it and put several layers of the darkest varnish.

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sorry, i sold the gun and then threw away the 2-tone stock.

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So much for people and their parts bins :-/

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i have a parts bin full of screws and motors, as you know the stock is about the size of an average leg and so slightly larger than an average bin.

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i have a parts bin full of screws and motors, as you know the stock is about the size of an average leg and so slightly larger than an average bin.

 

Corner-in-the-garage-parts-bin then

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don't be silly, that's where i keep the stuffed squirrel army <_<

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Feel free to explain at any point Geoff :blink:

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nah, it's secret B)

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ahaha Reis, you might as well go for the wood stock, a bit too much money for what it is, but it will look really good in the end! Or, you can try to look for longer...a lot longer

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i have to agree, the wood stock makes it feel and look a lot nicer especially if your planning to keep it long term.

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