Springfield M1A Socom 16 308 with Black Composite Stock

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Product Description

What’s in the Box

  • Springfield Armory M1A Socom-16 Rifle (Black)
  • 10-Round Magazine
  • Dept. of the Army Technical Manual (TM-9-1005-223-12)
  • Serialized GI-Spec Tag
  • Cable Lock
  • Owners Manual

This 16” version of the venerable Springfield Armory M1A™ can be an effective close quarters battle rifle or just a great ranch gun. This rifle has the minimum length barrel for a rifle under federal law.

The M1A™ Socom-16 has a proprietary muzzle brake, tritium front sight and a forward-mounted scope base that is ideal for electronic sights or other accessories.

Product Specifications

  • Caliber: 7.62x51mm NATO (.308WIN)
  • Barrel: 16.25” 6 Groove 1:11 Right Hand Twist Parkerized
  • Front Sight: XS Sights Post w/ Tritium Insert
  • Rear Sight: Enlarged Military Aperture (Ghost Ring) Adjustable for Windage and Elevation
  • Trigger: 2 Stage Military Trigger 5 - 6 lbs
  • Magazines: 1 - 10 Round Parkerized
  • Weight: 8.8 lbs.
  • Length: 37.25”
  • California Approved: Yes

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Customer Reviews

(5 out of 5) Battle Rifle
by from Birmingham, AL on

I bought a SOCOM a few yrs back and soon as I fired it I knew I’d found my QBR. For a short barrel M14, the recoil was not as rough as I thought it would be. I could control the weapon at all times and I think out to 500-600yds the SOCOM is as accurate as my M-14 was. I read a review today where one guy said the M-14 roughed him badly, so he don’t need a SOCOM. Bless his heart, even though neither rifle is a chore to fire and/or take care of.
People think the AK is the only rifle that will fire when extremely dirty, but, they’re wrong! I dropped my SOCOM accidentally into a mud hole, it was submerged. I pulled it out and wiped the excess mud off the outside, loaded a mag, put it in its slot on my shoulder and pulled off 10rds w/o jamming. It may have kicked a little more, but again, it’s not brutal if you shoot your weapon more than once a yr.