What is the Sage EBR stock system?
For those not familiar with the Sage EBR Chassis Stock System, it is a chassis that is designed to take the classic M14/ M1A platform and move it solidly into the 21 st Century.
What kind of stock does a sage M14 have?
This is a Sage EBR collapsbile stock for the M14. Collapsible stock is included. Grip contains a plug to hold batteries. M14 ALCS BLK: M14/M1A EBR tactical aluminum chassis stock with telescoping butt stock, adjustable cheek rest, and butt pad.
What color options are available for the EBR M14?
Designated Marksman, M14, EBR Tactical Aluminum Chassis Stock with telescoping butt stock, adjustable cheek rest and butt pad Now available in color options (chassis and kydex coated separately): Gray, Flat Dark Earth, or Army Green. Check out our Barrel Guide to determine if you need the Standard or Heavy Barrel Chassis.
Will the sage foregrip work with a lugged receiver from Springfield?
Accepts Sage International, Ltd. vertical foregrip when the detachable forearm is mounted. WILL NOT WORK WITH A LUGGED RECEIVER FROM SPRINGFIELD.
Which military branches use the Sage EBR chassis?
In 2004 the United States Navy SEALs were the first to be armed with the M14 EBR followed by the U.S. Coast Guard, the Air Force and then the Army. For those not familiar with the Sage EBR Chassis Stock System, it is a chassis that is designed to take the classic M14/ M1A platform and move it solidly into the 21 st Century.
How long is a sage M1A suppressor?
Very, very long. However, with the Sage EBR stock system fully collapsed, the rifle with suppressor measures only 39”. This is perfect for most standard rifle bags and offers quick access for maneuverability in confined spaces. Shown above, the OSS HX-QD 762 TI was a great match for this M1A build.
What is the sage m14alcs?
Created for Naval Special Warfare, the Sage M14ALCS is an aluminum chassis with a wide range of features that civilian shooters will appreciate. In 1999, Naval Special Warfare, Crane Division approached Jon Klein for assistance in modernizing the M14 rifle.