Springfield M1A Loaded 308 with Walnut Stock and Carbon Steel Barrel (NY Compliant)
Springfield M1A Loaded 308 with Black Synthetic Stock
Springfield M1A Socom 16 CQB 308 Win with Vortex Venom Red Dot
Springfield M1A Loaded 308 with FDE Precision Adjustable Stock and Carbon Steel Barrel
Springfield M1A Loaded 308 with Black Composite Stock (New York Compliant)
Tula Ammo 308 Win 150 gr FMJ Steel 20/Box
($1.00 / round)
Hornady 308 Win 168 gr ELD Match Superformance Match 20/Box
($3.00 / round)
Barnaul 308 Winchester 168 Grain FMJ Steel Polycoated Case 20/Box
($1.50 / round)
Wolf Ammo 308 Win 145 gr FMJ Steel Case Military Classic 20/Box
($1.25 / round)
Winchester 308 Win 155.5 gr Berger FullBore HPBT Match 20/Box
($4.00 / round)
Winchester 308 Win 168 gr HPBT Match 20/Box
($3.75 / round)
Norma 308 Win 150 Gr FMJ Tactical 20/Box
($2.00 / round)
Red Army Standard 308 Win 150 gr FMJ 20/Box
($1.50 / round)
The M21™ Tactical rifle from Springfield Armory is the ultimate in auto-loading accuracy. In active duty with elite specops groups world-wide, the M1A M21™ is the ultimate tool for the law enforcement sharpshooter. The M21™ is equipped with an adjustable cheekpiece stock, thus maintaining perfect head alignment with the scope. The M21™ incorporates all of the finest features embodied in the M1A™ Super Match rifle. Accurate, reliable and powerful, the M21™ rifle remains the world class standard for sustained precision fire.
Scope and bipod not included.
Contrary to the former reviewer, I found my rifle to be in excellent condition. I think he might have mistook residue from test firing at the factory and the application of cosmoline as excessive abuse and wear. The fit and finish and function of mine is par excellent.
As depicted, it came with a beautiful dark oil finished walnut stock. And when I mounted the Sadlak scope mount, it was spot-on: I didn't even have to use any internal scope adjustments. I know this is an anomaly`;` but, nevertheless, it is a testament to the quality and workmanship of both Springfield Armory and Sadlak industries.
There was a delay in shipping due to a SNAFU on my FFLs FFL, but overall I am well pleased with the purchase.
This was my birthday present this year. Most expensive rifle purchased to date. Either this gun is USED or SA gunsmiths / QA process are subpar. The gun is dirty through and through with a completely fouled barrel! It looks like its been around since ‘69. All I can say is I expected MUCH better for $2800. Not sure who is responsible for this but very dissappointed! Buyer beware..