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Fulton Armory faux M14 Selector

1feral1

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I bought two of these kits, one installed a-ok. Installed one of these on this preban SAI M1A last night. All good, until I drilled another on a fiberglass stock, followed directions and without not over doing it, snapped a screw. Joy.
So tomorrow will go to t 20220302_164727.jpg 20220302_164805.jpg 20220302_164907.jpg 20220302_170808.jpg 20220302_170820.jpg he local hardware store and see if I can get a close match. If not, I will have call FA and get a replacement. 20220302_164718.jpg
 
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The Fulton always looked out of place to me with no rod and the stupid switch vertical which would never be seen with a real set up.
Both of those bother the crap out of me. Good thing I got a Hawk's kit waiting to be installed. I do appreciate that Fulton's covers the gap, but, on a wood stock, I'd rather see a wooden plug. I just used JB Weld to fill in the hole on my fiberglass stock.
 

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Both of those bother the crap out of me. Good thing I got a Hawk's kit waiting to be installed. I do appreciate that Fulton's covers the gap, but, on a wood stock, I'd rather see a wooden plug. I just used JB Weld to fill in the hole on my fiberglass stock.
I agree. I have Hawk's kits on 5 Dozen or so of my M14 type rifles. They have worked well. Too bad he retired. I bought this box of over 500 connector rods from a vendor at Camp Perry a few years and sold them on to Hawk. Sure didn't take him long to use them all up.

Connector rods..JPG
 
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