7.62mm M-14 Rifle Photos
More information about the M-14 7.62mm Rifle is available at the linked page.
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Photos of the U.S. Rifle, Caliber 7.62MM, M-14
See also the photo page for the M-21 7.62mm Rifle.
Reference photo, U.S. Rifle, Caliber 7.62MM, M-14 and M14A1.
M14 7.62mm rifle and other gear, on top of a perimeter bunker at Dong Ha, Vietnam, 3 July 1967.
Honor guard drills with M14 7.62mm rifles during the commissioning of the guided missile destroyer USS SCOTT (DDG 995), 24 Oct 1981.
Marines fire M14 7.62mm rifles off the fantail of the aircraft carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63), May 1983.
A crew member fires an M14 7.62mm rifle equipped with a line throwing device to facilitate underway replenishment operations from the aircraft carrier USS KITTY HAWK (CV 63) and the oiler USNS KAWISHIWI (TAO 146), October 1983.
MSGT Arthur Onspaugh with his M-14NM rifle during the Camp Perry National Match competition, 12 August 1987.
Crew member, sitting on the deck of the dock landing ship USS MOUNT VERNON (LSD 39) in the Persian Gulf, cleans an M14 7.62mm rifle, November 1987.
JO3 Wendy Hamme aims her M14 7.62mm rifle downrange from the sitting position, Fort Eustis, VA, February 1994.