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You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2. You can leave a response , or trackback from your own site. Thanks for your excellent look at the m1a; it almost makes me want to buy the additional tools I really need to take it apart and keep it clean. I have a M1A super match, and want o install a harris bipod. However, the rifle is glasbeded from Sprinfield Armory.

What cautions should i take and or know about prior to dissasembly? You should not have to disassemble the rifle in order to install a Harris bipod. Thank you sir, for the advise and or info. However, The front mfg sling swivel from Springfield Armory looks to be a rivet not a screw. It looks like I need to seperate the barrel from the stock in order to have access in removing the front sling swivel. Unless this is a screw with a plain head and not a phillips head and or a flat blade head.

I need to remove it from the inside of the stock or break the rivet off the stock? I would not break it. You can access it from inside the stock, but I would be very careful in removing a glass-bedded barrel.

Look at figures 47 — 53 in that pictorial. You will need the proper tools. Shoots like a dream, but I have run into a problem stripping it down to clean it. Every thing I have seen on disassembly shows the operating rod lifting out of a cutout in the rail.

Mine does not have this and actually has a thin rail attached just outside of the operating rod which looks like has to be removed prior to removing the operating rod. Any thoughts? To mount a scope does the stripper clip guide have to be removed and if so how is this done.

Thanks for help and information. Would you please send it to me or a link to it. Is there another way to get to it? Thank you for the dissasembly tutorial. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Create a free website or blog at WordPress. Curtis Lowe Yeah, I have a permit to carry this.

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How to Disassemble an M1A – Walkthrough Review for 2020

The M1A is a classic battle-tested American rifle, which finds its use in competitions and hunting to this day. The M1A is among the oldest breed of firearms still in use by shooters today, which also means that M1A requires a bit of old-fashioned field stripping for cleaning and maintenance. Servicing your M1A regularly will ensure that you can pass this legacy on as an heirloom to your future generations. We will also take a look at some good M1A servicing and cleaning kits available in the online marketplace. Like most other rifles, the M1A can be seen as a combination of three different groups. These include the trigger housing group, the barrelled receiver group, and the stock group. Their names are almost self-explanatory, but let's elaborate the point for the sake of simplicity.


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