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Dragon Models
An award-winning line of high quality plastic model kits that include tanks, cars, aircraft, figures, and warships in popular scales.
1/3 M14 Rifle (NAM)
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EAN-13 BARCODE: 0089195813046
SCALE: 1:3
ANNOUNCED ON: 3/16/2009
ARRIVED ON: 4/9/2009
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Barcode: 0 89195 81304 6
Packaging: 36 Pieces Per Master Carton
Box Size: 7.5" x 11.4" x 1.8"

***Brand New 1/3 Firearms Series***

- Accurately detailed
- Replicated true to scale
- Highly displayable and collectible
- Multiple realistic functional parts

The G17 pistol was the opening offering in Dragon’s groundbreaking 1/3 Firearms Series, and it has been quickly followed by a much larger weapon. The second item in the series is an M14 rifle. Official nomenclature is United States Rifle, Caliber 7.62mm, M14, with this 5.2kg and 1.181m-long weapon being produced from 1959-64. The 7.62x51mm M14 was the last ‘battle rifle’ (a weapon that fires full-power rifle ammunition), and it was eventually superseded by the M16 assault rifle. Interestingly, the success of the design is seen in the fact that M14s are still being used as specialist sniper rifles by the U.S. military in Afghanistan and Iraq even today!

The M14 can trace its lineage back to the M1 Garand, and it served well enough in Vietnam, even though its bulk and weight proved unwieldy in the thick jungle foliage. It was the mainstay infantry weapon in Vietnam until the M16 began appearing in 1966. Dragon’s 1/3 scale kit offers a complete M14 rifle that accurately resembles the real thing. Its realism is illustrated in working features like a detachable 20-round box magazine, simulated bolt action, and even a trigger that has movement like that of the original. For a very reasonable price, modelers and gun enthusiasts can have their very own M14 rifle, plus the satisfaction of having assembled it themselves!