Springfield Armory M1A National Match

Springfield Armory M1A National Match

Springfield Armory M1A National Match

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Specifications
Brand Springfield Armory
Category Rifles
Length 44.3"
Action Semi-Automatic
Caliber .308 Winchester
Springfield Armory M1A National Match Reviews
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Richard B on Springfield Armory M1A National Match

As a fan of history, I really liked the old Springfield M1 used in WWII, and thought it would be nice to have one, but finding one in good condition at an affordable price is another matter. Since getting an old M1 Garand seemed like a bit of a pipe dream, I decided to look for something else that was reminiscent of its heritage. I liked the M1A because it's made by the same manufacturer, and has a roughly similar look, with a great traditional walnut stock, but is a much more modern gun than the original WWII M1. After reading about them on the manufacturer's web site, I decided I wanted one, and Bud's had the best price. The gun arrived a few days earlier than expected (thanks, Bud's), and as soon as the weekend arrived, I took it to the range. The sights out of the box were so far off, I had to start shooting at only 25 yards to figure out where my rounds were actually going, but I soon had them dialed in. Aside from a little .22 that was my first gun many years ago, I've never shot a rifle using iron sights, and had never attempted shooting iron sights at 100 yards.. So I was impressed when I was able to shoot a half-decent grouping at 100 yards on my first day with the gun. It wasn't the kind of grouping that a competitive shooter would be proud of, but for a guy who's pushing 60 (my eyesight isn't what it used to be) and shooting iron sights for the very first time, I felt really good about the way the gun performed. With just a little practice, I think this gun is going to make me look really good on the range. I'm looking forward to many years of enjoyable shooting with this rifle that is very obviously a high quality gun. ...more

Aug 22, 2019
Richard B
100

As a fan of history, I really liked the old Springfield M1 used in WWII, and thought it would be nice to have one, but finding one in good condition at an affordable price is another matter. Since getting an old M1 Garand seemed like a bit of a pipe dream, I decided to look for something else that was reminiscent of its heritage. I liked the M1A because it's made by the same manufacturer, and has a roughly similar look, with a great traditional walnut stock, but is a much more modern gun than the original WWII M1. After reading about them on the manufacturer's web site, I decided I wanted one, and Bud's had the best price. The gun arrived a few days earlier than expected (thanks, Bud's), and as soon as the weekend arrived, I took it to the range. The sights out of the box were so far off, I had to start shooting at only 25 yards to figure out where my rounds were actually going, but I soon had them dialed in. Aside from a little .22 that was my first gun many years ago, I've never shot a rifle using iron sights, and had never attempted shooting iron sights at 100 yards.. So I was impressed when I was able to shoot a half-decent grouping at 100 yards on my first day with the gun. It wasn't the kind of grouping that a competitive shooter would be proud of, but for a guy who's pushing 60 (my eyesight isn't what it used to be) and shooting iron sights for the very first time, I felt really good about the way the gun performed. With just a little practice, I think this gun is going to make me look really good on the range. I'm looking forward to many years of enjoyable shooting with this rifle that is very obviously a high quality gun. ...more

Aug 22, 2019
Richard B
20

The fit and finish of this firearm is great! Good trigger pull, looks and feels great! You can't hit the side of a barn with it!! For some reason this rifle will not shoot a group. It has been returned to Springfield twice and no improvement. What can you say? Sorry guys...They send a target back with a good group on it and I take it to the range and it tells a different story. It has a Springfield mount and a Leopold Scope, all tight. Nope..I own two others.. one is a "Loaded" version that will shoot anything. But not this one. Practically useless, unless you just like to hear a rifle go BAM, because that's all it can do... ...more

Jun 19, 2018
Sam B
100

I've wanted one of these for years, had one in the Army in 1967 in RVN. I'm not disappointed with this one, best battle rifle ever in my opinion.

May 16, 2017
tom n
100

Beautiful Rifle, very nice Black Rifle Case BUT only came with a 10 Round Magazine!

Feb 14, 2017
Gary W
100

Beautiful rifles, I have waited over 2 years to be able to own one of these beautiful rifles. The wood is gorgeous and action seem smooth. I can't wait to get out to the range and see how great they shoot!

Jan 17, 2017
Vickie B
80

The rifle is everything it's supposed to be. Extremely accurate, beautifully finished. I was a little disappointed that the plastic case was cracked. I didn't notice it until I got the rifle home. Wouldn't have sent everything back for the case and take a chance of getting a rifle that was not as pristine as this one. ...more

Jul 21, 2015
Michael H
100

Very nice rifle. Appears to be very well made. Fit and finish on stock and parts is excellent. Purchase process was very easy and the order shipped out quickly. Looking forward to going to the range to sight the rifle in. Would definitely purchase from Buds again.

May 12, 2015
Glenn V
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Springfield Armory M1A National Match Q & A
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Asked by George Heuston 2 years ago

What does CRB mean?

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Steve, I suspect Competition Rifled Barrel but am not 100%. Springfield can answer conclusively at US: 1-800-680-6866. (Specifications and features): - Springfield Armory National Match M1A Semi-Automatic Rifle - .308 Winchester/7.62x51mm NATO - 22" National Match barrel with a permanently attached muzzle brake and parkerized finish - 1:11" twist, 6 lands and grooves, - Premium air gauged - 10 round magazine - American walnut stock - Two-stage military trigger, match tuned, 4.5-5 lbs - National Match .062" military post front sight - National Match hooded aperture, adjustable: .5 MOA for windage and elevation - 44.3" overall length - 9.8 lbs unloaded.

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