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Old 05-22-2020, 03:34 AM
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The muzzle brake on the Socom is amazing. It really tames the recoil. That said, it is the loudest gun I own. I have to double up on hearing protection when shooting. Another nit I have to pick with Springfield on this great gun is the "night sight" on the front. It's too wide to do fine, precision shooting, at least for me.
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Love mine! I agree the front sight is a little thick. Replaced mine with a national match, I believe it was a Garand front sight. Took a little fitting but worth it!
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I bought a full size M1A "Loaded" a few months ago, wife decided she couldn't live without the Tanker version. Similar to the Socom but with a walnut stock and no Scout rail. Has the same Tritiom front sight as the Socom so it doesn't shine for long range work like the full size M1A's as others have mentioned. Good enough for bowling pins at 100 yards though.....



What a marketing ploy is Springfields "Gear Up" campaign. Buy an M1A before May 30 and you get a free scope mount and two 20 round mags. You also get an opportunity to buy extra mags for $34 apiece instead of $54.

I also bought some stripper clips for reloads, I've found for woods walking the ten round magazine is less bulky, and loading from stripper clips fairly quick.
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I bought a full size M1A "Loaded" a few months ago, wife decided she couldn't live without the Tanker version. Similar to the Socom but with a walnut stock and no Scout rail. Has the same Tritiom front sight as the Socom so it doesn't shine for long range work like the full size M1A's as others have mentioned. Good enough for bowling pins at 100 yards though.....



What a marketing ploy is Springfields "Gear Up" campaign. Buy an M1A before May 30 and you get a free scope mount and two 20 round mags. You also get an opportunity to buy extra mags for $34 apiece instead of $54.

I also bought some stripper clips for reloads, I've found for woods walking the ten round magazine is less bulky, and loading from stripper clips fairly quick.
That is a sweet looking version. The 16" barrel M1A's have been tempting, and the blued steel and wood is a great combination. What is the weight in the basic configuration? Do the stripper clips load the detachable mags 10&20 without a hitch? Neat setup for certain.
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Friend gave me his Socom to shoot the other day. I love it and now I want one. Not sure which model between Socom or Scout in walnut.
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Weight is 9 pounds on the Tanker, 10.4 pounds on the full size on my postal scale. The stripper clips work great, but you have to make sure you get M-14 stripper clips. There is a lot of ammo out there on strippers that won't work with M1A's. Austrian Hirtenberger comes to mind.

"Cleanammocans.com" has M-14 strippers for $19.99, comes with 12 or so strippers and a bandolier. That's where I got mine:

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My local club has CMP shoots throughout the summer, shooting on reduced 100yd targets and we only shoot one position each week, other than makeups. Group has fairly relaxed views of what rifles can be shot and as a result they have gotten more folks involved. One year, one of the guys was using a S.A. M1A Socom and I was unfortunate enough to be in the position immediately to his left. Shooting prone, every time he would pull the trigger, it would almost roll me over, the blast was horrible. It was like trying to return fire with mortars dropping beside you. Needless to say my scores that week sucked worse than usual. I love M1A's, but those short barrels really produce a significant blast AND FIREBALL, not just muzzle flash, that you can actually feel.
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That is a sweet looking version. The 16" barrel M1A's have been tempting, and the blued steel and wood is a great combination. What is the weight in the basic configuration? Do the stripper clips load the detachable mags 10&20 without a hitch? Neat setup for certain.
Here's a vid of me loading mine with stripper clips. Once you get the technique down I can see how it would be faster and easier in battle. Also no need to lug around lots of those big mags.

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I went with a Bush rifle. I prefer the velocity gain of the 18 in. barrel, but it's still a pretty handy length.
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I bought my Springfield M1A in 1990 because I loved my Army M-14 so much. Fiberglass stock, just like the one I had in Basic Training except black. I bought so much military ammunition for it that it was coming out of my ears. Funny thing - it was at least twenty years before I ever took it to a range. I enjoyed it but the thrill was gone. Then the stock got messed up in my 2018 fire so we put a mil-spec wood one on. Looks great but not the same thing. My FFL has it for sale.

The really weird part is that back in the day when I first discovered Army M-16s I was like, "Ick, what is that Mattel toy?" and I despised them. Now I own three. The times they are a changin'............

But I get your excitement; enjoy those M1As!!!!
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Here's a vid of me loading mine with stripper clips. Once you get the technique down I can see how it would be faster and easier in battle. Also no need to lug around lots of those big mags.

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Faster and easier in battle? Idk about that...

Let's just say there is a good reason why the military traded clips for magazines a long long time ago.

Thanks for sharing the video.
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Nice rifle. A friend of mine just ordered one in the camo finish, wanting to take advantage of the mount / magazine deal. I was really tempted myself, but really couldn't justify another one - already have a full size model.

By the way, you can save a few bucks on magazines by buying Checkmates version. They are military issue, and make the M1a mags for Springfield. About $15 cheaper.

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Faster and easier in battle? Idk about that...

Let's just say there is a good reason why the military traded clips for magazines a long long time ago.

Thanks for sharing the video.
To clarify I meant loading the magazines is way faster with the stripper clips than by hand one by one. =)
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I bought a SOCOM back about 2006. Haven't shot it all that much, but I like it! As long as I don't have to tote it far, I much prefer it over a AR or M4.
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The M1A is my preferred battle rifle. I have a Socom 16 and its a great close to medium range rifle. But honestly, I prefer the Scout/ Squad for a good all around rifle.
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I bought one and really liked it, except for the drawbacks already noted. I also wanted to run a scope and the mounting systems are "not ideal". So I sold the Socom and had a Bula Defense built. They have a receiver with an integral removable scope rail. I have a Vortex Viper 4x16 with quick detach mounts, the iron sights can be used when the scoped is removed. I went with a 18.5" barrel that uses the standard gas system. It is in a "big red" walnut stock and has a gap camo textured finish. It is heavy as heck but man it is so much fun. I also have a Springfield Armory M1A Loaded, dressed as a standard in a nice walnut stock, but the Bula is my go-to big gun.
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Back in '68 when I was in the Army the M-14 was standard issue. I can still recall going to the range and assuming the prone, standing, sitting, kneeling and squatting positions. The furthest distance I believe was 300 yards out for the prone position. I was amazed I could hit that with iron sights.
The only things I didn't like about the rifle was the weight was felt on the march to the range and the kick of the rifle that punished the shoulder...no padded buttplate, just metal.

If I could only have 1 rifle, the M-14 (M1a) would be my choice.

P.S. Try shooting the rifle effectively in the squatting position. It's humbling.

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Back in '68 when I was in the Army the M-14 was standard issue. I can still recall going to the range and assuming the prone, standing, sitting, kneeling and squatting positions. The furthest distance I believe was 300 yards out for the prone position. I was amazed I could hit that with iron sights.
The only things I didn't like about the rifle was the weight was felt on the march to the range and the kick of the rifle that punished the shoulder...no padded buttplate, just metal.

If I could only have 1 rifle, the M-14 (M1a) would be my choice.

P.S. Try shooting the rifle effectively in the squatting position. It's humbling.
Is that position what was affectionately referred to as "the rice paddy squat"?
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Is that position what was affectionately referred to as "the rice paddy squat"?
lol yeah. But it was certainly tough to hit anything.
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Trained on M 14 in 67-68. Toted one of the heavy rifles in GA, NJ, and GA again. They were accurate enough but never wanted a M1A until last year when a buddy of mine needed a break, so I bough his. It's walnut full length and I wouldn't have bought it any other way. It may get 3 moa with my aging, 75 YOA unaided (so far) eyes. definitely no a competition queen. Scope? No, it's not balanced for a scope, I'm not a sniper and if I was, I'd chose some other rifle. It is a faux military rifle and I won't ask any more from it than it can deliver from a non-bedded rifle with iron sights.

This morning, I took it down and put raw linseed oil on the stock. Raw, like we did at Ft Dix in March of 67, not boiled.

This is the way an M1 A should look. Not a "tanker" military rifle fan. Any time someone cuts off a barrel of a military rifle, Baby Jesus sheds a tear. .

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I bought a full size M1A "Loaded" a few months ago, wife decided she couldn't live without the Tanker version. Similar to the Socom but with a walnut stock and no Scout rail. Has the same Tritiom front sight as the Socom so it doesn't shine for long range work like the full size M1A's as others have mentioned. Good enough for bowling pins at 100 yards though.....


I've thought multiple times about buying one exactly like yours.

Just the other day I thought about canceling the order I placed for a 4.25" Python, and putting that money towards one.
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Well if we get a tanker built with a supermatch oversized stock Baby Jesus is going to flip out...LOL
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Nice "little" rifle. Appreciate the comment by another poster about his SOCOM being ideal for woods-walking. No argument from me!

Now my question: These rifles are legal to own in Hawaii? My perception of HI is that of an anti-gun state. Thanks in advance.

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Carried one of these heavy #%#<>%%*+ things in the USMC. Humping the thing over hill and dale
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Got real tiresome....on the plus side...qualified Expert with the beast... it would and still does get the job done.. own a 4 digit Springfield receiver with all H&R GI parts in Fiberglas stock. With handloads MOA groups..
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Mine is some over 10 #. Heavier than the spec sheet. The forearm could be slimmed down some but why bother.
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Nice "little" rifle. Appreciate the comment by another poster about his SOCOM being ideal for woods-walking. No argument from me!

Now my question: These rifles are legal to own in Hawaii? My perception of HI is that of an anti-gun state. Thanks in advance.

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I always wanted one, then NY outlawed them. But that was yesterday.

I did escape with an M1A , but would like the shorter barreled Socom.
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