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Product Preview: Smith Enterprise Good Iron M14 National Match Muzzle Brake

The Smith Enterprise Good Iron M14 National Match Muzzle Brake’s profile mimics that of the original M14 flash suppressor, making it legal for use in CMP and other high-power rifle matches on guns such as the Springfield M1A.

Product Preview: Delta 14 Chassis Gen 2

The Gen 2 model is still U.S.-made and improves on the original with lighter weight (12 ozs. vs. 18 ozs.), a centered receiver-mounting channel...

Building the Fulton Armory M65 EBR Rifle

Take a look under the hood of this faithful recreation of the USMC's premier battle rifle.

On the Other Hand …Bula Defense Systems M14LH

No, these images were not inadvertently reversed or digitally doctored.

NRA Gun of the Week: Bula Defense Systems M14LH Rifle

American Rifleman’s Brian Sheetz checks out a left-hand-friendly, civilian variant of the M14.

A Look Back at the M14 Rifle

As World War II was winding down, armorers and inventors took a look at what was being used by U.S. servicemen and how to improve those tools.

Guns of the Tet Offensive

Advanced American firepower, coupled with traditional G.I. ingenuity and courage held the line during the Tet Offensive, and turned back the largest communist attack of that long and bitter war.

Product Preview: Delta 14 Chassis For M1A/M14-Style Rifles

Owners of M1A-style rifles have long faced limited stock options. The Delta 14 chassis—molded of a strong yet lightweight glass-filled nylon—addresses that by allowing users to assemble their own unique configurations.

Tested: Springfield Armory Loaded M1A

This classic semi-automatic .308 rifle arrives tricked out and ready to go to work as a long-range target gun.

The M14 Rifle: John Garand’s Final Legacy

The resemblance of the M14 to the M1 Garand rifle is unmistakable and, love it or loathe it, John Garand’s final legacy was the “U.S. Rifle, 7.62 mm, M14.”

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