I have for sale one Springfield Armory M1A "Squad Scout" in excellent condition.
It has the short Weaver Rail base in the center of the upper handguard for attaching a scope or optic...on top of a see-thru mount, of course. The rifle is zeroed in for 100 yds. It has a NM walnut stock (thick), NM .062 front sight post, 18.5" barrel with compensator (NOT a FH), one 10 round S.A. magazine and repro (Chinese) USGI OD canvas sling.
I have only shot about 20-30 rounds of non-corrosive ball ammo through her...5 of which were to zero her in. Naturally, she is 115% reliable.
NOTE: It is a fact that the US Armed Forces have been pulling out all the old M14 rifles out of storage, along with asking all the PDs and gov't entities for all the free M14s that the US gave them all years ago...all this to get the much more powerful M15 rifle and its .30 round back in the field. It is fact that the US Military is experiencing problems with the .223's effectiveness to drop an insurgent with one round...even after increasing the bullet weight of the 5.56mm projectile. ONE round of 168 grain .308 turns an insurgent OFF like a light switch. Like they say...ONE SHOT, ONE KILL. This would make a VERY effective and reliable "GO" rifle...along with about 4-5 20 rounders.
Sorry, no pics...no camera and please, no trades or offers. Thanks.
Thanks forreading through. Kim in LaFayette, GA.