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FULTON ARMORY M14 308 Winchester, $2755

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The stock on the Fulton was not quite as slim and trim as the original G.I. on the custom Polytech, but was gorgeous walnut with a bright, smooth oil finish that was a delight to look at and handle. The rifle shot as well as it looked. It outshot the Springfield significantly and had better fitting, too.

FULTON ARMORY M14 308 Winchester, $2755

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Home Defense
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You get your choice of a 10- or 20-round magazine with the rifle. Everything about this rifle felt precise, and it shot about as well as it looked. The receiver is an investment casting with careful and precise machining. The metal finish and Parkerizing were very well done.
The Fulton M14 was the only one of the three to have a bayonet lug, something some shooters crave and others dismiss as unneeded. The hider is supposed to be a National Match one, as is the front sight.
The Fulton rifle had the Fulton Armory cartouche with Clint McKee’s initials. Behind it is a box with an eagle and stars.

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