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Springfield Standard M1A 7.62x51mm NATO (308 Win) 22" 10-Round 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.

  • New walnut stock
  • Carbon steel barrel
  • National batch 0.062" blade front sight
  • Military aperture 0.0690 w/ MOA adjustment for both windage and elevation
  • One 10-round parkerized steel magazine included
  • Twist: 1:11 RH
  • Grooves: 6 
  • Length: 44.33"
  • Weight: 9 lbs. 5 oz.
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George Washington ordered the creation of the Springfield Armory in 1777 to store revolutionary ammunition and gun carriages. In 1794, the armory began the manufacturing of muskets for the young country.

For the next 150 years, Springfield Armory functioned as a supplier for every major American conflict as well as a think-tank for new firearms concepts. In 1968, citing budgetary concerns, the US Government closed the armory. In 1974, the passionate Reese family rescued not only the name Springfield Armory, but the philosophy that drove it for centuries.

With reverence for the legacy of the armory, the Reese family resurrected the mostly historically significant designs produced by the armory - the M1 Garand, the 1911, and the M14. Fueled by the same obsession for improved manufacturing techniques and cutting edge design that inspired the likes of John C. Garand, they've continued to develop products that are loyal to Springfield's® heritage while ensuring the armory's place in the progression of American firearms.
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Semi-automatic 22" 7.62 x 51mm NATO (308 Win) $1,769.99