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M1A M14 - Fed Ord .308

Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by DingoRacer, Oct 25, 2009.

  1. DingoRacer

    DingoRacer Auburn, WA Member

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    *SOLD*

    Up for sale is a Federal Ordnance M1A rifle. It comes with GI sling and 1 GI mag. Accurate, great to shoot, never had any problems. It has a heavy trigger pull. I can keep them within an inch at 50yrds with iron sights...and someone who knows how to shoot can probably do a lot better than me! :laugh:

    I hate to sell it, but I'm trying to fund a new project...
    In Auburn, WA 98002
    $1250 obo


    FTF only; Prefer WAC badge or concealed permit holder, but not required.

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    Serial number 201XX.
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    "...It is comprised of chinese parts, with the exception of the trigger group, which is USGI (H&R Arms). Chinese made rifle receivers are actually forged and are the closest thing to USGI readily available. Chinese made barrels are also chrome lined (as USGI were), and are considered to be good to go. The main chinese components that crop up reguarly as problematic are the bolt ("soft" and often with excessive head space) and the trigger group (easy to change out - this one has already had this improvement addressed)." [THANK YOU Riflenut @ AR15.COM]
     
  2. Bello425

    Bello425 Vancouver Well-Known Member 2016 Volunteer

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    Nice looking rifle, stock looks good (newly refinished or not shot alot)? Rounds thru barrel how old is the rifle?
     
  3. DingoRacer

    DingoRacer Auburn, WA Member

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    I don't have the complete history of this rifle, but the stock is the armory refinish. It has the selector switch cutout filled in and sanded. You can see the lighter color wood on the right side of the 4th picture.
    Federal Ordnance made M1A's between 1984 and 1991. Based on this serial number, it was likely made in the late 80's. But I can't find any data to back that up...it's just my assumption.
    I am unsure of the round count. I have personally put less than 100 through it. But it does shoot accurately :thumbup:
     
  4. Bello425

    Bello425 Vancouver Well-Known Member 2016 Volunteer

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    Thanks I have a buddy who might interested, I'll pass him the info.
     
  5. DingoRacer

    DingoRacer Auburn, WA Member

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    Rifle still available. Weekly bump.

    May be interested in partial trades of complete AR-15 lowers, 1911's under $500, 3rd gen Glock 19
     
  6. phil a

    phil a Eugene Member

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    TTT for you. This is what my dad shot to win the National Trophy Invitational back in 1975.
     
  7. wayoutwest

    wayoutwest Polk County, Oregon Active Member

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    What is the serial number range....is it over 20000....is it built with US parts or Chinese parts or a mix of them

    Thanks
     
  8. DingoRacer

    DingoRacer Auburn, WA Member

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    This gun (and the CETME I also have for sale) will be at the show on Saturday morning.

    <Please do not "bump" your AD more than once per week per the classified rules. Edit your original post with new info/updates. Thanks>

    15 Nov - Yes, it is still available
     
  9. cjmcmahon

    cjmcmahon ludlow,ma New Member

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    is this rifle still available ?
     
  10. DingoRacer

    DingoRacer Auburn, WA Member

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    Bump, as it is still available. I've received a lot of interest, but no firm "I'll take it."
    Interested in partial trades of AR-15 uppers, 1911's, 3rd gen Glock 9mm's, bulk surplus .223
     
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