The M14 Rifle has a long history in the military (USMC) that continues to this day.
It is an American automatic rifle that fires 7.62×51mm NATO (.308 in) ammunition. Replaced the M1 Garand in 1959 for the U.S. military.
This service weapon was used as a ceremonial weapon and sniper/designated marksman as well.
Hunters have also enjoyed this weapon for hunting and plinking.
The US M14 Service Rifle is one military rifle that transcends through time. This tough 7.62x51mm caliber gives this rifle a powerful punch.
Larry Vicker of Vickers Tactical examines the M14.
When the shorter-range M4 Carbines can’t reach the enemy, the M14 certainly will.
Many M14s from the Vietnam War era have reclaimed a purpose for reaching way out to long-distance targets. Really great for hunting from a far.