Springfield Armory M1A Standard MA9106 .308WIN Black Synthetic Semi-Auto Rifle
From 1959 to 1970 the M14 served with distinction as the standard issue rifle of the United States military. When Springfield Armory® in Geneseo, IL made the civilian legal variant – the M1A™ – available to the public in 1974, shooters were finally able to enjoy the same rifle that so many servicemen had utilized in the past.
The Standard Series is a faithful semi-auto only recreation of the original M14. Keep in mind that the Standard M1A™ is as well suited for a day at the range as it is for filling that special place in your military collection. All the design features that the Armed Services found essential for a battle rifle make the Standard M1A™ a great shooter. The windage and elevation adjustable rear sight minimizes the effort required to zero the rifle. The two-stage military trigger, detachable box magazine, op-rod and roller cam bolt call to mind the rich history of the M1A™ while providing functional ease of operation and legendary reliability.
You may be looking for a special addition to your collection, or you may be looking for a hard-working rifle that will pull duty on the range, in the treestand or in your truck. The Standard M1A™ is ready for its next mission.
FRONT SIGHT: National Match .062" Blade
BARREL: 22"; Twist 1 In 11"; RH; 6-Groove Carbon Steel
WEIGHT (WITH EMPTY MAGAZINE): 9.3 lbs.
REAR SIGHT: Military Aperture .0690 w/ MOA Adjustment For Both Windage and Elevation
MAGAZINES: 1 - 5 Round, Parkerized Steel
STOCK: Black Composite
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