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Thread: Norinco M14's back in!

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    Norinco M14's back in!

    We just had a small shipment for Norc M14's show up.

    M14 with 2 5/20 mags, $429.99

    M14 Shorty with 2 5/20 mags $449.95.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chemist View Post
    We just had a small shipment for Norc M14's show up.

    M14 with 2 5/20 mags, $429.99

    M14 Shorty with 2 5/20 mags $449.95.


    http://www.theammosource.com/index.p...&cPath=2_24_80
    I need 5/20 mags for the M305b!!! Any idea if those are coming in soon?
    Rod Giltaca, CFSC (R) Instructor
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    How long exactly is the Norinco Shorty M14?

    Some say its 43 inches, still some say its 44.5, so what is the exact measurement?

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    Quote Originally Posted by muttley View Post
    How long exactly is the Norinco Shorty M14?

    Some say its 43 inches, still some say its 44.5, so what is the exact measurement?
    The shorty? I measured mine at 41 1/8", but I'm hearing all kinds of measurements. Some way off. Maybe we need to recalibrate our tape measures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveFreeOrPie View Post
    The shorty? I measured mine at 41 1/8", but I'm hearing all kinds of measurements. Some way off. Maybe we need to recalibrate our tape measures.

    Thanks for that, the reason I asked is I was wondering if the M14 Shorty would fit in a 44.5 inch rifle bag thats made for the M1 Garand.

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    Luv the shorty (less barrel) cost more than the more material regular.

    Reminds me of 2" framing nail is 50% more than 3".
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    Quote Originally Posted by burnaby View Post
    Luv the shorty (less barrel) cost more than the more material regular.

    Reminds me of 2" framing nail is 50% more than 3".
    Like Ricky said in an episode of Trailer Park Boys - "supply and command"...

    Shorter barrel = more attractive to most Nutz = higher price.
    Manufacturer makes less of them than other models = higher price.

    Demand is most likely exceeding supply (even if there are some on the shelf at SFRC right now), so they can charge more.

    No fault of SFRC. If you can get an extra buck, get the extra buck - it's a business, not a charity. They offer a great product (primarily their service, as ammo and firearms can be purchased from other places - but SFRC service can only come from SFRC). I would gladly pay (and have already paid) a few extra dollars to a guy who seems to enjoy his work, processes transactions quickly, ships fast, replies to questions and emails quickly, and still offers a better price than my local supplier.

    I know you know this burnaby - not insulting your intelligence. Maybe I just needed to get a rant out.



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