Okay, had a chance to look it over better.
First: thanks. I didn't know, and figured I should put the question out there about bolt parts, just in case
Anyway: The gun. Good shape, probably had a few rounds through it, however nothing looks worn. The bolt looks identical to a USGI bolt. I know that ain't garunteeing it's safe, but it isn't...uhh...curved...like I saw a picture of one set of lugs
I'd like to headspace it, but humm...no locals have 7.62 Nato gauges, only .308.
Most I'd be able to test would be a 308 field gauge, if it didn't close on it, it would be okay to shoot. So...no-fire. I THINK...it'd be okay for a few rounds..but I dunno. I'd hate to accidentally ruin something that couldn't be fixed....
The USGI bolt looks to have a little wear, more then the Chinese bolt (That said, I don't think the Chicom bolt's had more than 20 rounds. I put more wear marks by me cycling it).
Scope mount...didn't know that MAC produced M14 scope mounts. Look like the ones out of CTD awhile ago. That said, it does lock up tight, so loc-tite will hold it on. Two screw holes, one in the receiver, the other onto the stripper clip guide.
I don't know when I'll get ahold of Warbirds for the conversion job. I might ask in advance if I buy the bolt parts and send them with the rifle, or if he would just install the needed pieces.