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Looking to get a M1A need help

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by jeffrice6, Dec 22, 2006.

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  1. jeffrice6

    jeffrice6 Member

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    Well thinking about getting a Springfield National or Super match, could any of you point me in the right direction to some online dealers. Just looking around i have seen prices all over the board and was hoping someone has seen some good deals out there. Thanks :rolleyes:
     
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    Try Larry Knesek at knesekguns.com .He sells at 5% over cost,as I recall.That's where I got my Socom.
     
  3. nbkky71

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    budsgunshop.com seems to have some decent prices on M1A rifles. I've never bought anything from that outfit though.

    Unless you want a NIB rifle, you might poke around m-14forum.com . A NM or supermatch will pop up from time to time.

    Also check around any local rifle ranges that have highpower matches. You just might find a shooter that wants to get rid of theirs! That's how I managed to score my M1A a few years ago.
     
  4. 30Cal

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    Had a guy at our local match selling a NM with 80rd through it for $950. Ask around.

    Consider weight in your decision. The NM weighs one pound more than a standard M1A. Add yet another pound for the Supermatch (and add two more pounds on top of that for the lead you'll need to put in the buttstock to get it to balance well). If you're not buying a rifle for competition, I'd recommend the NM over the Supermatch.

    Ty
     
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