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WTS: Springfield Inc. National Match M1A SOLD

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by art g, Apr 26, 2012.

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  1. art g

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    SOLD

    Offered here is an unfired like new in box Springfield Inc. National Match M1A with air gauged national match medium weight stainless steel barrel, custom match grade op-rod and recoil spring guides, national match gas system assembly, national match front sight, national match hooded rear
    sight assembly, national match trigger assembly and flash suppressor. I purchased this rifle brand new about a year ago and never even took it out of the box as interests have changed. Need to sell as soon as possible so would be willing to take $1,550 shipped to your FFL anywhere in lower 48. Rifle is flawless, mint as new. Please e-mail me with any questions and thank you for your interest! artgsc@aol.com



    SPECIFICATIONS:

    Action Semi-Automatic,Caliber .308 Winchester,Barrel Length 22" Stainless Steel,Capacity 10+1,Trigger National Match,Safety Garand Type,OAL 44.3",Weight 10.75 lbs,Stock Walnut.
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    Is this a pic of the actual rifle or a stock photo?
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    Stock photo. Will not be able to take pictures of the actual rifle until this weekend. artgsc@aol.com
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    Fair warning to the lucky new owner of this rifle - it will gobble up all the .308 ammo you can afford and not even hickup. Dang nice gun priced right.
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    Another one of those "boy would I like to have that" type of guns.

    Am glad it's sold.
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    I have one. Mine was built for me by an Army armorer back in the early 80's. Heavy Douglas barrel and all the goodies. I've run about 500-1000 rounds through her total. She'll "spit 'em out" like wolfram said. And I'll put the accuracy of mine right up there with many bolt rifles.
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