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Springfield Armory has a rich history that began in 1777. The nation's first armory, it was created at the instruction of George Washington and named for its original location: Springfield, Massachusetts.
Nearly 200 years after its creation, the Armory was shut down, but the name lived on. Known as "The Oldest Name in American Firearms," today Springfield Armory is an award-winning, family-owned gun manufacturer and importer based in Illinois. The original facility in Springfield, Massachusetts is now a National Historic Site that is operated by the National Park Service and houses the world's largest collection of small arms.
Staying true to the purpose of the original Armory, the company provides the tools for defense of freedom and equality, while embracing the rights and principles set forth by the Founding Fathers. Likewise, Springfield Armory is known across the globe for their commitment to quality craftsmanship.
Although Springfield Armory carries an extensive line of rifles, the M1A remains one of the most popular. Modeled after the original M14, which was standard issue for the U.S. military from 1959 to 1970, the M1A rifle was introduced in 1974 and specifically made for civilians. The M1A is made with a composite or walnut stock, 22" Parkerized carbon steel barrel, and national match blade front and military aperture rear sights.
Another top-seller is the Springfield Armory Socom 16, a semi-automatic rifle that offers large-caliber firepower in a compact tactical package. It is made with a composite stock and Parkerized carbon steel barrel. Other features include a Picatinny rail for scope mounts and other accessories, a two-stage trigger, and military aperture rear and XS Post with Tritium insert front sights.
The company entered the AR-15 market with the Saint, a semi-automatic rifle with a direct impingement mid-length gas system. Crafted with aircraft-grade aluminum upper and lower receivers, the Saint also offers a 16" Melonite-coated Chrome Moly Vanadium steel barrel, collapsible buttstock, pistol grip, and low-profile flip-up sights.
The price of rifles can vary greatly, depending on several factors. The Saint can be purchased new for around $800, while the M1A is about $1,400 and the Socom 16 starts at approximately $1,600 new.
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