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Fred's M14 rifle stocks: semi-retired but still shipping stocks and targets.

Yessir, we have US GI M14 rifle stocks, all shapes colors, and types: Birch (20% stronger than walnut), walnut (traditional choice), and synthetic (the modern choice for the field).

We have stocks which appear to have been bring-backs from the 'Nam days; as well as stocks nearly 60 years old but which appear to have been made yesterday --not only pieces of history but real collectibles. US GI M14 Handguards, solid and slotted, black and brown; US GI M14 Cleaning Kits (V-N) abused or near factory "unissued")

But Fred's is about more than M14 stocks. I want you to be all that you can be. I believe that, as an American, you want to be all that you can be, and that the founders on this country would expect you to be all you can be.

It was skill with firearms by our forebears on that long-ago first day of the Revolutionary War which made the difference. A skill which has been valuable to this nation and its citizens in all the years since that long-ago day. A skill which separates the serf from the citizen, the klutz from the man who knows what he is about.

So consider "Fred's Guide to Becoming a Rifleman". A Rifleman--if you own a rifle --is what you want to be. And the Guide, with the included targets, can give you the push in the right direction which you need. Order the Guide and targets, and hook up with a friend (or neighbor, or relative, or ...) so you both can start down the trail to becoming a rifleman. You will be glad you did.

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Date:Apr 20, 2016
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