ergo grip

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Sage EBR

Although they’re generally referred to as the EBR chassis, there are specific variants with their own designations based on configuration. This one looks to be an old EBR M14ALCS due to the somewhat retro-style pistol grip. Current EBR M14ALCS’s have the soft Ergo grip. Some people prefer the old grip due to its more aggressive appearance versus the “marshmallow” look of the Ergo. Sage made the older grips in house but no longer does, and since no other company makes a copy (even though it’s styled after a Choate grip), they’re rare and collectable. (GRH)

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Sage International EBR

Springfield Armory M1A, possibly a Loaded model due to the stainless steel barrel, inside of a Sage International EBR chassis. Has the older style pistol grip which I believe was made by Choate, but current EBR’s use an Ergo grip. Although the EBR chassis provides some modern day bonuses over the original M14 style stock, it adds a bit of weight and complexity to the cleaning process. (GRH)

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Sage International EBR

Modern chassis for the M14 platform that actually aides in improving accuracy. The ergonomic upgrades however come at a cost in added weight and difficulty in cleaning. The U.S military has variants of M14 rifles with the EBR in service with all of the major branches, each with different specifications. Early EBR chassis’s are often distinguished by a Choate-style of polymer pistol grip. Later and current production EBR chassis kits have an Ergo-style grip. (GRH)

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New rifle build.

-Palmetto state lower
-Palmetto state upper w/MISSG2 rail
-CMMG lower parts kit
-CMMG A1 stock
-Ergo grip
-Geissele 2 stage trigger
-Palmetto state BCG
-Generic 45 degree iron sights
-Vortex 6.5-20x50mm mil-dot
-Vortex 2in offset fixed mount
-MI/ Larue rail covers
-Lantac Dragon brake
-UTG bipod