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Small M14 Project - help needed


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Hey - I saw this M14:

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I love it, and want to replicate it. The only problem is I can't see how the silencer goes right up against the body. The faux gas block is also another issue I can't figure out.

Any help would be appreciated in copying this beautiful rifle.

The silencer on it is a madbull quicksilver in matte black.

Thanks in advance

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id assume, a lot of cutting down the barrel and other parts at the front and then tapping a thread on the end for the supressor

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Perhaps you should ask the guy who originally made it? I assume you got that from the DMR thread on Zero in?
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That's right yes. I did message him a few days ago but I have had no reply yet.

I've asked on the zero in forum but haven't had much luck so I thought i would try a different community :)

I do hope there is a way around it without resorting to hacking bits off :(

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I doubt it, judging by the shape of m14's you'll have to do a fair few mods

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I doubt it, judging by the shape of m14's you'll have to do a fair few mods


I'll take my m14 to bits when I get in and see what can be done. How would one "tap a thread" if I cut down the barrel?

Thinking about doing it to my beloved M14 doesn't bode well at all :( can't make omelette without cracking eggs I suppose...

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If you aren't sure what 'tapping a thread' means at this stage - give it to someone with far more experience.

The tools to tap a 14mmCCW thread are expensive and rare.

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If you aren't sure what 'tapping a thread' means at this stage - give it to someone with far more experience.

The tools to tap a 14mmCCW thread are expensive and rare.


Hi I found a company who can order 14mm ccw thread cutter, with 2mm, 1.5mm or 0.50 pitch. Do you guys think it would be worth getting that?
My new partner runs a airsoft upgrade and repair service.
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