M1A Scout-Squad Rifle
Springfield Armory, was the primary center for the manufacture of United States military firearms from 1777 until its closing in 1968. Then in 1974, a passionate founder by the name of Bob Reese rescued not only the name “Springfield Armory,” but the philosophy that drove it for centuries. With reverence for the legacy of The Armory, the Reese family resurrected the most historically significant designs produced by The Armory – M1 Garand, 1911-A1, M14. Fueled by the same obsession for improved manufacturing techniques and cutting edge design that inspired the likes of John C. Garand, and John Browning, they have continued to develop products that are loyal to Springfield Armory’s heritage while ensuring The Armory’s place in the progression of American firearms.
|Sights:||Front:Military Battle Rear:Military Aperature|
|Overall Length:||40 1/3"|
|# of Mags:||1|
|Additional Features 1:||Modified Handguard, Chrome-Moly Barrel|
|Additional Features 2:||5-6 lbs Two-Stage Military Trigger|