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M14 Rifle Marksmanship: "The Rifle" USMC

Here is another great video. Enjoy!!




UPDATE: Sage EBR T-Shirts

*** Upon further review and discussion, since we are in a feeler stage.... There is two changes made to the shirt. Front upper has been change and the back wording as well. In keeping with the Logo at my blog I have kept the Text. Same color applies. That has not been change.


Now updated wording will be " M14/M1A, EBR " in color gold lettering.



*New updated wording is the same as the the blog site as follows " Civilian and Armed Services " with 7.62 x 51mm and US Rifle M14 added as well.



Sage EBR T-Shirts are HERE!!!!!

Well after four years I have finally came out with a T-shirt that will accompany  www.sageebr.com blog. I had many requests about such a venture in the past and nows the time has come to be noticed.


Here below is the design:


Front left upper has a reticule with a skull in the middle and words saying " ONE SHOT, ONE KILL " in color gold lettering.


Olive/Fatigue Green


Blue


Red


Dark Gray

Back says " KEEPING THE TRADITION ALIVE!..SAGE ENHANCED BATTLE RIFLE " in color gold lettering.

I would like to have a feeler out there for those blog readers who would be interested in purchasing a shirt. The colors are Olive/Fatigue Green, Blue, Red, and Dark Gray.

There are two types of shirts that will be available. The first one is the standard lenght T-shirt and the other T-shirt will be for the Big and Tall. The Hanes Tall Beefy-T is longer and wider.

Please email me and or make a comment here if you are interested and also mention the shirt size, colors and the amount you want to order.

Brand: Hanes Beefy-T
  • 6.1 oz. 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton; Heather colors are poly/cotton blend
  • Premium soft, thick ringspun cotton
  • Double-needle stitched for durability
  • Tagless label for comfort

Shirt Size: S M L XL XXL

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Brand: Hanes Tall Beefy-T




Size: LT XLT 2XLT 3XLT 4XLT

Length: 33 34 36 37 38

Width: 22 24 26 28 30

Length> Shoulder seem at collar to bottom hem

Width> Side to side at 1" below the sleeves

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*Price: $20.00 each USD plus shipping and handling.


*Hanes Tall Beefy-T: $5.00 extra


*Priority Flat Rate Envelope: $5.60 USD (1 to 2 shirts)


$5.60
Priority Mail®
Flat Rate Envelope

12-1/2" x 9-1/2"



*Priority Medium Flat Rate Box: $12.35 USD(2 or more)

$12.35
Priority Mail®
Medium Flat Rate Box

13-5/8" x 11-7/8" x 3-3/8"
11" x 8-1/2" x 5-1/2"



****International orders will be considered depending on zip code and total amount will be in is USD. Plus shipping and handling.

Payment method will be determined.

Email: M1A96819@sageebr.com

Best Regards,
M1A96819

Wazzup Sage EBR Blog Readers!!!

How has everyone been? Hope you all had a Merry Christmas and a great 2013 year. As for me...... I had a very busy year for 2013 and real life issues has taken most of my time away from my Sage EBR's. As for sageebr.com, I will be updating and checking all links to make sure all is working and or is still available to be used. I know its been a good solid year that I have not inputted or made such entries here but soon that will change for this year. If anything, I will be adding such entries about twice a week or so. In the mean time, I want to thank all of you for visiting my blog from the git go since 2010 and to present/future readers as well.

Best Regards,
M1A96819

Machining Process For EBR




Here is a glimpse of the machining process for the Sage EBR chassis made by Sage International, Ltd.  Just want to say thanks to Sage International for sharing and I am  hoping they would have more videos of the machining process.

M1 Garand EBR Tactical Stock System

M1 Garand EBR Tactical Stock System




 

  • Increases accuracy
  • Reduces perceived recoil
  • Picitanny Rail mounting surfaces at 3, 6, 9, and 12 o’clock accommodate numerous add-on sighting options
  • Chassis is all aluminum construction
  • Hard anodize finish
  • Drop-in close tolerance construction, no bedding required
  • Rifle can be returned to its original configuration, no permanent modifications

Designated Marksman, M1 Garand, EBR Tactical Aluminum Chassis Stock with telescoping butt stock, adjustable cheek rest and butt pad

M1GALCS Stock

M1 Garand, EBR Tactical Aluminum Chassis Stock with telescoping butt stock, adjustable cheek rest and butt pad
• Fits all military and commercially produced M1 Garand actions
• Straight drop in, no modification to the weapon
• Stock chassis and top is machined from solid billets of aircraft grade aluminum
• Stock systems with butt stocks have full recoil pads
- M1GALCS-EBR Aluminum Chassis with telescoping butt stock and movable cheek rest
• Accessories available: Vertical fore grip

Sage EBR Snap Shot #130

Merry Christmas 2012

I would like to thank all readers who followed my blog from the beginning and those you have come aboard this pass year. This will be the third year and or Christmas of www.sageebr.com. I would like to wish everyone a wonderful Merry Christmas and I would like to present this commentary like I have done last year.......with a Hawaiian Christmas melody sung by Bing Crosby.




M E LK A L I K I M A K A
( MERRY CHRISTMAS )

By RoadCaptainEntertain

LRB Destructive test


Once in a while I am privileged to tidbits of industry insider information. This doesn’t happen often and usually it is accompanied by a disclaimer or a request for confidentiality which I always honor. This is one of the happy exceptions.

Last week I received a call from my friend Lou Biancospino, the owner of LRB Arms in Floral Park, New York. He told me LRB has survived the hurricane and flooding that plagued much of New York. That in itself was good news indeed. He also told me that he was in receipt of a report from the H.P. White Laboratory, Inc. regarding recent destructive testing of one of LRB’s M14 rifles.

The H.P. White Laboratory is one of the most respected labs in the country who specialize in product testing. Lou thought the results were significant, but he is always reluctant to toot his own horn so to speak, He did however say it would be OK if I let the news out. He would postpone flogging until later…

So, I found a copy of the lab report in my mail box on December 14th. It was published on December 5, 2012. LRB Arms M14SA rifle serial number 034XX was submitted on November 21, 2012 with a request for destructive testing. Testing was conducted in accordance with provisions of HPW-TP-0101.00, EXCESSIVE PRESSURE TEST. Special cartridges were intentionally overloaded in steps starting slightly below SAAMI Service and increasing. Pressure was measured in pounds per square inch (PSI).

Round Pressure (PSI) Damage

1 49,220 None
2 63,220 None, Approx. maximum average
3 80,420 None, Approx. proof pressure
4 104,020 None
5 108,020 None
6 110,020 None
7 119,020 Action had to be opened with a mallet due to damage to bolt face and extractor failure

The destructive pressure tests are not pass-fail, and the information is presented for engineering analysis only.

It was noted that there was no damage to the receiver or barrel and that head space after the test remained the same as before testing. I don’t know how many other companies have run these tests on their rifles, but LRB has certainly established a new goal for the competition.

Receiver integrity was such that it was felt that the cartridge cases could have been completely filled with the testing powder creating much higher pressures without damage to the receiver. The failure of the extractor caused the test to end because a replacement was not available.

I am impressed and I think this should end any doubts about the integrity of hammer forged receivers.

I recently inspected a M1 Garand receiver that suffered a catastrophic failure due to a squib load that left a bullet stuck in the barrel. The subsequent shot caused the case to rupture, which blew apart the stock, broke the bolt (the lugs did not fail), blew off the magazine floor plate and damaged several other parts. The receiver cracked on the bottom of the barrel ring and at the bridge. The barrel had no obvious damage, but the re are two bullets stuck in the bore about four inches behind the muzzle and the cartridge case nearly melted into the chamber walls. A portion of the cartridge case base was firmly attached to the bolt face. The receiver is a 5.4 million range serial number. Food for thought.

By Ted Brown
Shooters Den


Sage EBR Snap Shot #129


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