TRW / Charles Erb M14 EBR 7.62x51mm NATO Transferable Machine Gun
Status: In-Stock / Please Call to Purchase
This Chester County Armory listing is for a TRW M14 7.62x51mm NATO transferable machine gun reactivated and registered by Charles Erb and setup as an M14 EBR.
Remanufactured/rewelded from an original cut TRW M14 receiver and original TRW parts, Charles Erb’s renowned gunsmithing skills are clearly on display here as a superb re-activation of a TRW M14. This model was then recently sent to another renowned gunsmith in Mike Friend of Firing Line in Wyandotte, OK, who modernized this model by completely inspecting, verifying the integrity of this receiver, and test firing, along with a complete refinish of just the receiver and installation of a Sage EBR stock to make this model into a complete M14 Enhanced Battle Rifle setup. This weapon has been fully inspected and tested, and performs and functions flawlessly. From the exterior, it is absolutely impossible to note that this receiver was rewelded at any point.
This model is in fantastic mechanical condition, with only very limited wear markings noted on the original internals. The bore is bright and shiny, and the action is smooth. The bolt face remains crisp and clean with only minor wear observed. This model notes no functional or operational concerns, whatsoever.
Cosmetically, this M14 EBR appears in like-new condition. The metalwork finish is outstanding and the newly installed stock system is brand new, and appears as such. The edges of the original bolt assembly note only minor wear marks in the original finish. The exterior of the barrel remains clean with all of its original exterior finish. This particular M14 machine gun is a great investment model for the collector who wishes to be able to shoot his machine gun without hurting the investment value. Purchase of this weapon will also include it’s original M14 wooden stock and fiberglass handguard, as well as a 20rd USGI magazine.
This NFA registered transferable select-fire machine gun is currently on a Form 3 that lists “Erb, Charles” as the manufacturer and “M14” as the model.