My bench rifle is up for grabs, as I spend my time (and money!) behind my M1A. It's in phenomenal condition. Spent it's life as a safe queen for the last half century. The only bluing wear is located on the bolt, barrel, and around the barrel opening, and it's minimal. Couple of light scuff marks on the stock. Includes one original magazine, Weaver mounts and a BSA "Deer Hunter" 3-9x40SP. A great rifle for someone who appreciates this caliber and it's place in American bench-shooting history. Please feel free to PM any questions or if you'd like to see more images. $425 firm. (Price edited 7/2/14) Serial #: 6108xxx. Dates to 1967-1968 (Production ran from 1967-1980; 1982). Would consider partial trade (at a fair market value on both sides) for: 168gr 7.62x51/.308 Sierra Match King bullets Hodgdon H4895 CMI M1A magazines Reloading equipment Much obliged!