Video: Springfield Armory M1A

The M14 is a selective-fire rifle, thus not many of them made their way into civilian hands. But thanks to Springfield Armory, thousands of M1As in a number of variations have been enjoyed by recreational shooters around the world since its introduction in 1974. You can learn the evolution and capabilities of the undefinedSpringfield M1A in this "I Have This Old Gun" segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV.

For more on the Springfield M1A, please enjoy the following articles:

Springfield Armory's M1A 
Springfield M1A Maintenance Tips 
Springfield M1A: The M14's Successful Sibling 
Video: Springfield Armory M1A Super Match Rifle Review 
Video: ARTV Episode—Springfield M1A Whitefeather

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