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WHY Entre'prise Arms Suc

8620 Barstock

Machined from 8620 Barstock

Nah, this isn't why Entre'prise Arms Suc.  This was actually the selling point behind my ordering one of their M14A2 receivers in February 2003.

SPECIFICATIONS from the company's website

8620 Billet (starting with a 12 pound billet)
CNC Machined
Surface  Rockwell of 52 - 56Rc
Core Rockwell 34 - 38 RC


Priced at only 599(dealer cost)

These were 599(dealer cost) when I bought mine.  The cost to individuals was around 899.  With shipping and my FFL transfer costs it came to 632.  Entre'prise dropped the price to 399 for a while during the summer of 2003 and currently are priced at 499(dealer cost).  Thats a savings of 17%.

M14A2 Reciever

Fit and Finish

Having bought and collected surplus military arms for several years I was fully familiar with what parkerizing should look like.  This receiver was beautifully done and I was quite thrilled when I opened the shipping box at my dealers shop.  Little did I know...

I had collected a LIKE NEW TRW bolt, barrel, trigger group and the rest of the pieces were all in new or at least EXCELLENT condition.  I did some asking and decided that I would send the whole collection to Ted Brown of The Shooter's Den in Jacksonville Oregon.  Ted is a National Match Armorer, NRA Life Member, a Certified Range Consultant and is a Distinguished Rifleman.  Ted can be reached for his services at 541-899-8109.  Ted is TOP NOTCH and is very helpful.  He was a great asset in my dealings with Entre'prise Arms.