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JAE chassis on the M-14 type rifle.

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Wondering how many, if any, of ya'll have used a JAE chassis on an M-14 type rifle? Probably the most effective means to allow the rifle to shoot to it's accuracy potential. Whatta Hobby!


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Agree, best M14 chassis I owned in the past was a JAE G3. Also, had a Sage chassis, didn't care for it much.....
I did handle a SAGE at one time thinking I might get one. Just reminded me of the SAI Cheesegraters. So glad I skipped it after enjoying the JAEs.
 

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Curious how much weight they add over a standard wood or fiberglass stock?
Considerable. Most of my completed rifles in JAEs run right around 20# loaded and ready to go. That's with optics and hardware. About twice the weight of standard M14 rifles with iron sights. Just a completely different animal for a completely different discipline.
 
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