Sadlak Industries M14 National Match Spring Guide
The Sadlak Industries Spring Guide for National Match enhances the steadiness and flawless movement of the operating rod, which assists to lower wearing out and raises rifle precision, compared to the regular stamped GI Guide.
NM Spring Guides from Sadlak Industries are NOT created from a stamped GI guide (cut-off) joined to a circular drill rod. These NM GI guides which are make-shift many times present a supple magazine catch resulting from the welding and might not be accurately aligned due to inadequate fixturing.
NM spring guides from SpacerSadlak are created to similar specifications as for national match rifles for the military. The accuracy is improved by creating them from a single solid section of round tool steel (8620) without welding to cause deformation.
Each is case strengthened to HRc of 40-45 in a still gas furnace to assist in sustenance of levelness and equal hardness for durability. Their finishing is with Mil. Spec manganese phosphate or Parkerized, which is immune to corrosion.
The uniqueness of NM Spring Guides from Sadlak Industries as well as increased accuracy is the precision alignment of Sadlak Industries of the guide shaft’s magazine catch.
This is attained by rotating the shaft of .344 diameters from a solid rod of huger diameter. Then, the magazine catch is precision machined (CNC) while being positioned from the guide shaft.
Flats from FSadlak Industries are milled into a shaft body of .344 to decrease weight as well as friction between the springs, which increases the flawless action as it accurately directs the operating rod.
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