What is a good scope for an M1A?

What is a good scope for an M1A?

Best Scopes for the M1A: Long-Range & Scout Scopes

  • Springfield M1A. 1475.
  • Vortex Optics Viper PST Gen II EBR-2C 5-25×50. 999.
  • Leupold VX-3i 3.5-10x50mm Riflescope. 411.
  • Primary Arms FFP 4-14x44mm Scope with ACSS Reticle. 280.
  • Athlon Ares BTR 4.5-27×50 Gen 2.
  • Burris Scout Riflescope 2-7x32mm.
  • Leupold VX-Freedom Scout 1.5-4x28mm.

    Can you put a scope on a Springfield M1A?

    My first response is, “Yes, you can absolutely mount a scope on an M1A.” And my recommendation is always the Springfield Armory scope mounts. They work great, whether you choose the steel or aluminum version (the latter of which I am covering here).

    How accurate is the M1A loaded?

    The most accurate ammunition for the M1A was the 152-gr. Dual Performance, which clocked in close to 1.25 MOA group at 100 yards on a very hot day. Both 175-gr. bullets shot 1.5 MOA very constantly.

    What is the effective range of an M1A?

    The M1A does great at the 600 yd range but starts to get somewhat iffy at the 1000 yd range.

    What is the red dot on a M1A Scout?

    HOLOSUN HE507C is the best M1A scout squad red dot. Vortex VIPER PST 2-10X32 GEN 2 for long-range applications. Vortex RAZOR HD 1-6X Gen 2 is a great hybrid optic for mid-range shooting.

    What is the best M1A?

    The M1A SOCOM 16 model is a modernized take on the M1A. Designed for tactical defense, it’s an excellent choice for home-defense…or when you just need a compact rifle. Shorter than the Scout Model, the barrel measures in at 16.25-inches. And it has the same stock with a forward-mounted rail.

    Is the M1A a good gun?

    This rifle holds a lot of history and is a solid choice for many applications after six decades. There’s nothing like holding a piece of history in your hands that’s made of wood and steel. The M1A is the closest thing most people can own to a genuine M14, the last battle rifle of the U.S. military.

    What is a loaded M1A?

    The M1A™ Loaded takes everything that is great about the M1A™ platform and bumps it up to the next level. Available in . 308 Win. and 6.5 Creedmoor, all loaded models have a medium-weight premium air-gauged National Match barrel and a tuned National Match two-stage trigger.

    What is the effective range of M1A Socom 16?

    It will easily launch any weight . 308 Winchester round accurately out to 300 meters. Rear sights on the SOCOM are enlarged military aperture-type sights with click adjustments for both windage and elevation. The front sight is a tritium post manufactured by XS Sights.

    What is a Trijicon RMR?

    The Trijicon RMR® Type 2 LED reflex sight is designed with a patented housing shape that absorbs impacts and diverts stresses away from the lens to increase durability. It also offers redesigned and upgraded electronics that have been proven to perform when mounted on slide ride pistols and other small arms.

    What scopes does Socom use?

    The $53,735,930 procurement covers both the P-VPS Standard (a Mil-Spec version of the company’s ATACR 5-25×56) and the P-VPS Standard, Long Range (Mil-Spec ATACR 7-35×56) according to a Thursday, December 12 Department of Defense release. Both are daytime scopes.

    Which is the best scout scope for the M1A?

    M1A Socom16 with Leupold Scout Scope Basically, it shoots a powerful round, 7.62 NATO/.308 Win., a very long way. Which brings me to why we’re here. The M1A’s range of up to 1,000 yards (though it’s best around 600 yards) is awesome and all, but it’s pretty useless if you can’t actually see what you’re aiming at from that far away.

    What’s the best way to mount a M1A?

    Start by mounting an M1A scope on your next trip to the shooting range to get better performance. Start by checking the best M1A scope mounts to ensure you get one that will give you better results. With the right scope mount, you will certainly be on your way to the pro rankings.

    Is the M1A rifle a ” good ” rifle?

    No, the M1A isn’t a “good” rifle…IT IS A GREAT RIFLE!! BUT…as with all things in life, whether or not it is a good fit in terms of a rifle for you will depend on what you want/need out of it, your budget, etc., etc., etc. Knowing more about your intentions/ideas for the rifle will help this discussion immensely.

    Is the M1A a good sniper’s hide?

    Simple – they are having replica parts made in Taiwan – op rods, bolts, trigger groups, flash hiders, sights, other small parts. Their barrels are OK as they are Wilson blanks CNC’d to M14 specs in 3 different contours – standard USGI, light match, and heavy match, along with both chromoly and stainless variants of the USGI contour.