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    Post Blueprints for M-14 Rifle Barrel Part # 7790910

    The following article has been extracted from the Technical Articles for Milsurp Collectors and Re-loaders (click here)
    Blueprints for M-14 Rifle Barrel Part # 7790910
    Author: U.S. Army Armament Research and Development Center (Dover N.J.)
    Format: Blueprints July 10th, 1958


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    M14 Barrel Part # 7790910 July 10th, 1958 - PDF File Download (Part 1)
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    Blueprints for M-14 Rifle Barrel Part # 7790910

    This complete set of technical blueprint drawings are for the M-14 rifle barrel, Part # 7790910. They were created by the U.S. Army Armament Research and Development Center (Dover N.J.) in July 10th, 1958.



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