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Discussion in 'Springfield Armory Photos' started by nguy0951, Jan 22, 2014.
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CMP 1943 Springfield armory m1, 2004 Springfield M1A Scout, 2013 M1A loaded
Nice looking garand
It's not mine, but it wa a thrill to shoot it !
Springfield M1A Scout Squad. Changed out the gas lock to a SEI Navy and muzzle brake for a SEI flashhider. Switched stocks to a urban/snow camo. Also refinished a original M14 stock for fun.
Scout Squad with refinished M14 stock by bhappycattle, on Flickr
Scout Squad in Urban Camo by bhappycattle, on Flickr
I don't know squat about rifles and can't shoot one worth a damn, but my shooting partner is really crazy into these things, and has one like the one in this picture. Even not having much appreciation for rifles, it looks like it's going 2900fps standing still to me:
That's for shooting into the next county!
Don't you mean "country"???
After he bought it, and until he showed it to me, I thought he had some speech impediment that made him mangle the name of the scope.
I soooo badly want a garand.
Circa November 1944...all numbers matching
love my socom but my 2 new mags wont stay lock in in the back ones a springer and the other is a promag, the original that works is a springer 20 rnd any ideas?
I've never met a Promag magazine that functioned like it's supposed to...Never !!
Just a shootin' machine................