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    Default M14/M1A - LRB Arms

    I have started looking for my next rifle. I'm going to be going with an M1A/M14 type. I'm wondering if there is anyone that has experience or owns an LRB Arms M14. I started looking at the Springfield s, but would like to keep it built with as many USGI quality parts and as close to original as possible. I own and shoot a couple of M1 Garands and want my M1A to be built with the same quality and as close to mil-spec as possible.

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    They build top notch rifles. I have their sporter model, which is NY compliant and it performs admirably on a T44E4 receiver.

    With a bushnell scope and factory 168gr fereral match kings i can almost approach 1 moa if not better. What messes up my average groups is a flyer from time to time which might open to maybe about 2 moa.

    An m1a or m14 is something that people should experience!
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