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Posted: 6/16/2009 4:58:31 AM EST
I was just curious to the various grades of Springfield Armory M1A's and was wondering what the difference was?

My SN# 0542XX Made in 1990
The box was checked Standard N.W.

However listed below was
Standard G.I.
Standard N.M.

I am guessing the Standard G.I. Is your basic GI rifle part rifle with a Semi Auto Receiver. The N.M. Is National Match so fourth and so on.

But What does Standard N.W. Mean and How Does it Compare to the Standard GI?

Thanks
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 6:44:39 AM EST
I can't think of what a "W" would indicate other than walnut (the other choice being a composite).
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 1:51:36 PM EST
I believe the NW stands for New Walnut. The standard GI will have a "regular" GI stock, which I assume could be wood or fiberglas/plastic.
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