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I found this in a local gun shop and couldn't resist. It's a Springfield loaded model M1A with a stainless NM barrel, a Sage EBR stock. The metal seems to have been anodized that greenish OD color. The scope is a Leupold Mark IV 10 power Mil dot. It is a heavy sucker.
 

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Wow, that's a beauty. With a rifle like that you can BE somebody.

I have a few of the fixed-power Mark IV's. They're great scopes, and a great fit for that piece. Those look like Mark IV rings too.

Love the rug, too.
 

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That is one tricked out Springfield! I'll bet it is heavy. And I'll bet it shoots, too! The M1a I owned was heavy enough with just wood furniture and a big mil dot Springfield scope, but it sure was a tack driver. With Federal Match, .75 MOA off the bench at 100 yards easy.

Do you ever get real depressed when you think about the guns you got rid of?
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Oh yeah many times. One I can think of right away was a Japanese 7.7 sniper, the 6.5 sniper is a little more common, the M1C is another. but I needed the money.
 

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Oh yeah many times. One I can think of right away was a Japanese 7.7 sniper, the 6.5 sniper is a little more common, the M1C is another. but I needed the money.
Well, I feel a little better. An M1c! Oh yeah, I feel your pain.;)
 

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That's lovely.

I'll have one shortly, but it ain't going to be so pretty.
 
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