Black Composite Stock
As the M14 platform began to dominate competitive rifle shooting, several performance oriented upgrades to the design gained popularity. Today, shooters who want the extra features, but don’t want to pay match-shop prices can find what they need in the Black Composite Stock Series from Springfield Armory.
The Loaded Series combines the appearance and tradition of the Standard M1A™ with all the goodies you want to take the rifle to the next level. All Loaded models have a medium-weight premium air-gauged National Match barrel for greater accuracy. Competitive shooters will also appreciate the National Match tuned 4.5-5lb 2-stage trigger. A National Match front sight blade and non-hooded National Match rear aperture aid in precise target acquisition.
This M1A Loaded model does not include threads or a suppressor, making it compliant for sale in the state of New York.
Caliber: 7.62X51MM NATO (.308WIN)
Front Sight: National Match .062″ Blade
Barrel: 22″; Twist 1 In 11″; RH; 6-Groove National Match; Carbon Steel
Weight (with empty magazine): 9.3 lbs.
Rear Sight: Match Grade (Non – Hooded .0520) Aperture w/ 1/2 MOA Adjustment For Windage and 1 MOA For Elevation
Magazines: 1 – 10 Round Parkerized Steel
Stock: Black Composite
Pros and Cons of this Gun
There are a few things to consider before purchasing the Black Composite Stock with ” Stainless Steel Barrel With Sights (. Win). First, let’s take a look at the pros and cons of this gun.
-The black composite stock gives the gun a sleek, modern look.
-The stainless steel barrel is incredibly durable and provides superior accuracy.
-The sights on the gun are top notch, making it easy to hit your target.
-The price tag on this gun is rather steep.
-The composite stock may not be as durable as some other materials.
What Ammo Does it Take?
When it comes to choosing the right ammunition for your Black Composite Stock with ” Stainless Steel Barrel With Sights (. Win), there are a few things you need to take into account. First, what is the purpose of your firearm? If you’re using it for hunting, then you’ll want to choose a caliber that is appropriate for the game you’re hunting. If you’re using it for self-defense, then you’ll want to choose a caliber that will stop an attacker without causing too much damage to your surroundings. Second, what is your budget? Ammo can be expensive, so you’ll want to make sure you’re not spending more than you have to. Third, what is the availability of ammo in your area? If you live in a rural area, it may be difficult to find certain calibers of ammo. Finally, what is your level of experience? If you’re a beginner, you may want to stick with a lower caliber so that you can get used to the recoil and noise.
Best Uses for the Black Composite Stock with 24” Stainless Steel Barrel