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Hey there guys, just a few questions I wanted to throw out there before I rip my hair out :mad:

I've been trying to find replacement grips for the stock ones my G&G M14 EBR. Specifically, I am looking for the sniper style grips that were first introduced with the PSG-1, they look like this:



I have seen two on Evike and various other sites that are made to attach to a m4/m16, and are made to house a motor. The M14 motor is housed in an awkward position ahead of the collapsible stock, therefore I do not need a motor in the grip.

Either way, my biggest concern is that I need to find something that will fit with little modification. The stock grips are EXTREMELY flush and solidly attached and I would like to retain that aspect. There is not a smidgen of a wobble on this guns stock grips. My only problem is in the ergonomics. The trigger is placed pretty far up on the receiver. Also, the grips are just too darn big and placed at an uncomfortable angle. It really kill my hand after shooting for so long.

Any suggestions would be considered!
 

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RS grips can't accommodate the motor... unless you're planning a P* conversion you can use a G&G or G&P sniper handle. Also airsoft replicas are not 100% accurate to the RS versions.
Though IMHO these grips will not look that good on an EBR M14.


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I have seen two on Evike and various other sites that are made to attach to a m4/m16, and are made to house a motor. The M14 motor is housed in an awkward position ahead of the collapsible stock, therefore I do not need a motor in the grip.
Oups... Didn't know that!!
I've only seen the WE M14 and forgot it uses V7 GB!!

Wolf
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I am going to have to look around at the RS versions and see if anything comes relatively close. It would be a real debbie downer if I can not find a replacement... But then again, maybe I will just modify the stock grip. Shave it down and give it a leather job or something.
 

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I'm probably going to just shave the grips down thinner in the front and back by about 2-4cm, and then the sides by about 1-2cm... Then use some 3m spray adhesive to attach a thin layer of breathable leather to the grips. Kinda like the material they use on luxury vehicle steering wheels. Either that, or I will spray the grips with rhino-liner from the bed of trucks. That stuff works wonders.
 
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