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US DOD CAGE Code: 3A5E1

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SEI is a small business, woman owned, veteran operated.

Product Installation & Information

M14 Scope Mount NSN
1005-01-506-5750
1005-01-533-8160
1005-01-535-4430
SEI
2006
2008
2005
Description
Rail, Mount, Scope, MIL-STD-1913, M14, 5 Inch
Rail, Mount, Scope, MIL-STD-1913, M14, 7 Inch
Mount, ACOG, MIL-STD-1913
Good Iron™ Muzzle Brakes PLEASE NOTE:

After the brake is installed, check to see that there are no bore obstructions or misalignments. The bore, through to the bullet exit hole in the brake, should be concentric. We have no control over how barrels are made, or the bore concentricity to the muzzle threads.

If possible, make your visual inspections from the breech end. If you have an AR-type system, be sure to make the visual inspection through the rear of the upper receiver with bolt carrier removed. For all other systems, you may need to inspect from the muzzle end, or try a bore alignment tool.

If you are unsure, take the firearm to a competent gunsmith for installation, or call us at 480 964-1818.

THE OF USE RELOADS IS NOT RECOMMENDED.

WEAR SAFTEY GLASSES – all persons present any shoot activity must wear appropriate safety glasses.

What is wire EDM? Electrical Discharge Machining is an electro thermal production process in which a thin single-strand metal wire in conjunction with de-ionized water (used to conduct electricity) allows the wire to cut through metal by the use of heat from electrical sparks.

Due to the inherent properties of the process, wire EDM can easily machine complex parts and precision components out of hard conductive materials.

This type of cutting does not allow for undue stress to the material while being cut, therefore the material will not warp during or after cutting. This allows for a very accurate part to be made and linear surfaces to remain straight.