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Springfield Armory M1A Super Match Rifle Review

Springfield Armory M1A Super Match Rifle Review

Springfield M1A: The M14’s Successful Sibling

When commercial gunmaker Springfield Armory decided to begin making and selling a civilian version of the M14 rifle, it didn’t seem a plan long for this world.

ARTV 2010 Ep. 7: Springfield M1A Whitefeather

Springfield M1A Whitefeather Review

Springfield Armory M1A SOCOM II

The SOCOM II, which features a new Cluster Rail System, serves as the latest addition to the AmericanRifleman.org Gun of the Week series.

Gun of the Week: Springfield M1A SOCOM II

Gun of the Week: Springfield M1A SOCOM II

Springfield Armory's M1A

With most semi-automatic rifles being made of polymer and aluminum these days, there’s still a retro streak among some shooters that clamors for steel and walnut. Based on the M14, Springfield’s M1A fills that niche well, delivering accuracy and reliability—as it has for more than 40 years.

Springfield M1A Maintenance Tips

Maintaining the M1A is not especially difficult if you pay close attention to instructions clearly explained in the owner’s manual. If in doubt, simply contact Springfield Armory’s customer service department.

Video: Springfield Armory M1A

From a recent "I Have This Old Gun" segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV, editors explain the history and heritage of the Springfield Armory M1A.

Editors’ Picks 2018: Springfield M1A Loaded 6.5 Creedmoor

Springfield Armory has been making the M1A, the semi-automatic-only successor to the M14, since 1974.

Tested: Springfield M1A Loaded 6.5 Creedmoor Rifle

Based on the M14, this semi-automatic rifle is known for its robust construction, long-range performance and its 7.62x51 mm NATO chambering.

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