- Paperback: 250 pages
- Publisher: Scott A. Duff (2006)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1888722169
- ISBN-13: 978-1888722161
- Package Dimensions: 8.9 x 5.9 x 0.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 93 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #155,048 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The M14 Complete Assembly Guide by Walt Kuleck (2006-05-04) Paperback – 2006
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This is the 5th edition (July 2013) of an original copyright of 2006.
The book starts with the disassembly of the rifle. It tells about the manufacturing features (both good & bad) to look for, and talks about the differences between overseas and domestic parts.
The assembly section is amazing but may have too much detail for beginners or those without machine practice training. Even if you just skim through this section it will help you understand your rifle.
There are sections on "tuning up" your rifle to shoot better and more accurately...and who doesn't want to do that?
I highly recommend this book to M14 owners, both new buyers and those who have one for years.
If you just want to shoot and service your own rifle, you may want to consider "The M14 Owner's Guide and Match Conditioning Instructions," by Duff & Miller instead.
I bought both of these books at the same time, and found there is some overlap, but I would probably buy both again. [But then again, I have been a competitive shooter for 40+ years, and a shooting instructor as well.]
R in Georgia
in a box that I had told someone, I would take a shot at reassembeling.
the weapon. I did not know that this piece had been taken down to
a point where it could no longer be taken down further.
I was able to find out which pieces I was missing.
Then with all of the parts I was able to put the rifle back i9n
running condition. I know with out this book I would still be trying
to figure out what I was missing and may have given it back and
told him that he should have paid attention when he took it apart.
I felt good giving it back to him in 100% operating condition. I told him
the next time I am charging him. I probably won't really but I do have
a couple of other things to do and telling him that I was going to charge
Might slow him and others down .Helping someone is fun. When it turns
into a major 3 week ordeal and san's parts I want people to think that I might
just charge the and they may learn how to do thier own weapons.
Tired and grateful for Kulecks book,