Delta 14 Chassis for M1A/M14 Rifles

Delta 14 Chassis is a replacement stock for M1A/M14 rifles. It replaces the original stock adding a number of modern features. The chassis adds a Mossberg 500 stock mounting platform positioned at a proper angle, which allows using the iron sights. It has holes on 3, 6 and 9 o’clock positions to install Picatinny rail sections. It also has two drainage holes and a steel front ferrule.

Delta 14 Chassis (1)

Delta 14 Chassis is made of glass filled nylon and weighs one pound. It comes in black, FDE or urban gray colors. The manufacturer sells this chassis in following configurations:

1)The chassis only and rails (without a stock). MSRP – $199.99


2) Equipped with Kicklite grip and recoil reducing stock. MSRP – $249.99 or $299.99 depending on stock type.


3) With Kicklite Monte Carlo stock. In this configuration, it is available only in black color. MSRP – $299.99


4) With MESA Tactical Mossberg 500 to AR-15 stock and grip adapter. MSRP – $259.99. Price includes the chassis and the adapter only without a stock or grip. The adapter comes in black color only.


The Delta 14 Chassis is made in the USA and it is patented (US Patent No. 8,756,848). It is compatible with LRB Arms M14 and the following Springfield Armory models: Scout, Socom 16, Socom II, Standard, CQB and Loaded. It doesn’t fit Springfield Armory National Match and Super Match rifles.

Here is a video from the manufacturer’s website:



Delta 14 Chassis, LLC.
Address: P.O. Box 159, Northville MI 48167

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  • BattleshipGrey

    Whoa, wait a minute… an M1A chassis that’s sub $400? This has to be “fake news”.

    Although I’m thoroughly impressed by the price, I’ve never been a big fan of M1A chassis. The only one that really caught my eye was the bullpup chassis a while back, but that was way out of my reach. Given that it was designed with a traditional stock in mind, every attempt to make it more like an AR just seems off to me. If I had an M1A, I’d probably just put a light, optic and sling on it and call it good.

    • iksnilol

      And it doesn’t weigh like 20 kg as well.

    • Jared Vynn

      A Magpul SGA stock would be a good option instead of dressing it up like an AR.

      • Harry’s Holsters

        This is a great idea!

  • Warpig

    Nice to see a reasonably priced stock option for this classic! I’m concerned about the strength and durability of this stock. Time will give us user feedback on it. At this price point, I think I will be one to test it out myself! Wish it came with the M14 cut outs as a option. Cover all the needs that way. Their name is Delta 14 after all.

  • 11b

    Shemagh, check. Drop leg holster, check. Ghilli suit, check. Man this video has it all!

    • SignalFromTheRim

      WTF is a Shemagh?

      • The piece of material with a grid pattern typically seen in the middle east used as a head dress, mask, etc.

  • Anonymoose

    That Montecarlo one looks pretty neat. Wish it came in OD though, or ideally Realtree…

    • Squirreltakular

      I could make you an OD one for about $5 extra.

    • Marcus D.

      If you live in California, the Monte Carlo is the only stock you could use that wouldn’t turn your perfectly legal M1A into an evil “assault weapon” that would have to be registered with the state and never ever transferred to any other living person in the state. No collapsible stocks or pistol grips here! (Yes, it is silly, but it is the law in a week or so.)

  • xebat

    So this is for guys who have a M14 laying around but don’t want to spend a couple grand for a modern battlerifle ?

    • billyoblivion

      You mean a battle rifle designed about 20 years later than the M14?

      The Garand was designed in 1922-24, and then redesigned in mid 1940s to the M14.

      The AR 15/M16 was designed (as the M10) in the mid 1950s and to the AR 15 in the 1950s.

      If the AR 10 or 15 is “modern”, then really so is the Springfield M1a. It makes use of some of the same advances in material science, it can be had with modern ergonomic stocks, rail systems etc.

      I mean yeah, it’s an older design, but from where *we* are sitting today not THAT much older.

  • Ben

    Stop stoppp…it’s already dead…

  • clampdown

    Looks better than the Springfield CQB get-up. I prefer the M1A in a traditional stock, but you can’t fault anyone for liking the EBR-style setup. A local shop has a Mini-14 in a similar Tapco stock…and it might be ugly, but damn it feels right.

  • Masshole

    Mini14 version please!

  • noob

    it looks pretty slick