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Springfield Armory M1A, Wood Stock

Available in .177, .22, Realistic Replica with Underlever action
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The new Springfield Armory M1A Underlever pellet rifle was developed by Air Venturi and is a very accurate replica of the real thing. Featuring a fixed barrel, this underlever is on of the most accurate air rifles in its class. The weight of 9.9lbs wood stock is identical to the National Match firearm version, which just adds to the replicated design. The rear peep sight is adjustable for windage and elevation and it has a fixed front blade. The rifle is scopable via threaded holes on the left hand side that accepts a traditional M1A/M14 mount. With an extendable cocking lever, the 35 lbs cocking effort is much easier than one would expect and it does not affect the aesthetics of the rifle. If you're looking for a show piece to hang on the wall or an accurate pellet rifle, look no further than the Springfield Armory M1A Underlever pellet rifle!

Springfield Armory M1A Underlever Features:
  • Spring-piston
  • Extendable Underlever for added leverage while cocking
  • Single-shot
  • Up to 1000 FPS in .177
  • Up to 750 FPS in .22
  • Sliding breech cover exposes loading port during cocking cycle
  • Rifled steel barrel
  • Fixed Front Sight
  • Windage and Elevation Adjustable Rear Sight
  • Ambidextrous Hardwood Stock
  • Two stage trigger, non-adjustable
  • Manual Safety
  • Recoil pad with rubber insert
  • Anti-bear-trap safety mechanism
  • Faux bolt handle
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Specs
  • ManufacturerSpringfield Armory
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity1000 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionUnderlever
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight9.90
  • Overall Length45.60
  • Barrel Length18.90
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • MechanismSpring-piston
  • RailYes
  • SafetyManual
  • Front SightsBlade
  • Rear SightsAdjustable for windage & elevation
  • Trigger AdjustabilityTwo-stage non-adjustable
  • Trigger Action0
  • UseSmall game hunting/plinking
  • Warranty1-year limited warranty
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Reviews
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5.0
By MichaelUSANovember 22, 2020 Verified Purchase

Despite what Phil said I read the manual carefully. I am formerly military I have over 50 years in firearms instruction , repair and am a NRA range safety instructor. I VERY CAREFULLY READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS ON ANY RIFLE, PISTOL OPTICS. It received the same scrutiny as my custom made rifles. My air rifle didn't work right right out of the box. That's why it was sent back immediately. the air rifle that was resent to me was a totally different rifle. It functions beautifully just as the INSTRUCTIONS THAT I READ !!!! SAID IT WOULD. Cudos to Air Rifle Depot for handling my issues. The M1A now sits next to my M1A National Match that I have read the instructions on proper use and was trained to use 50 years ago.

Pros
Nice weight and atock

Cons
Nothing now that the faulty one was replaced

4.0
By PhilNovember 10, 2020

Pros
When you cock the lever on this type of air gun, there is a safety mechanism that engages to prevent the cocking lever from snapping back until the lever is fully cocked. Before closing the lever after cocking, you must release the lever safety catch. If you don't release the lever catch, you will damage the gun. I read a review that describes exactly what happens when you don't release the lever safety catch. The reviewer blamed the gun, but the issue was operator error.

Cons
Make the front cover out of wood. And make the rear chamber cover out of metal. The plastic looks really cheap.

1.0
By MichaelUSANovember 3, 2020 Verified Purchase

Be very careful about ordering this rifle.

Pros
Finally received this air rifle after a much anticipated wait. At first the cocking lever wouldn't retract. After trying to cock the lever as much as possible something clicked and the receiver closed and I was able to load and shoot the rifle. I noticed that something was loose inside and I could hear a metallic part jingling around in the area that would be the receiver. Trying to locate the source I rocked the rifle back and forth and side to side. The noise was gone but now it won't cock at all.

Cons
Now it doesn't work at all.

4.0
By AndrewOctober 26, 2020

Pros
Love the realistic design and heft. When shooting, the gun is nice and quiet, and the pellet doesn’t start dropping until 25 yards. (I have been shooting crosman extreme penetrator steel pellets.) The iron sights are easy to use and adjust, but become difficult to use when shooting long distance (I have hit cans from up to 50 yds). But overall a great, accurate, and fun rifle.

Cons
It would be nice to have instructions on how to clean gun. Also, a picanny rail to mount a scope would be nice.

5.0
By NorbertUSAOctober 25, 2020 Verified Purchase

She weighs the same as the real rifle

Pros
Very accurate reproduction, super accurate, on 100 foot range same penetration punch as the .22 caliber ruger max clean penetration thru 1 inch pine board with quarter inch plywood backing using H&N penetrator

Cons
plastic sights and muzzle break

5.0
By NorbertUSAOctober 23, 2020 Verified Purchase

At 50 feet has same punch thru as the ruger .22 max 1 inch of pine sandwiched to quarter inch plywood using H&N terminators nickel sized group at 50 feet with iron/plastic sites out of the box

Pros
Well built

Cons
Try to reduce weight

3.0
By JimUSAOctober 22, 2020 Verified Purchase

i think it could be a passable working unit with a lot of work , and would be nice if they included sling mounts and a sling it would help with the weight and looks

Pros
it looks and feels like an m1 grand like it supposed to replicate, it shoots ok not an moa gun at 25 or 35 yds. it stays inside a 3 in spread.

Cons
all kinds of loose are poorly fitting parts , rong size screws in some of the critical places , bear trap release fails to release , safety wants to jam real easy , manuel is poorly written and lacks important info needed for service. gun needs shims i lots of places just so it will operate . peep side is a joke , more like junk , might make a good wall hanger. trigger is real sloppy , please be careful when cocking it sounds like the jack arm is going to break something , makes a really loud snap or crack when u crack it .

4.0
By JamesUSAJuly 10, 2020 Verified Purchase

Pros
Looks great

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Will an M6 bayonet fit the bayonet lug on this rifle?

asked John De from USA

As an old Marine who has trained with both the M-1 Garand, and the M-14 at Parris Island, the top looks like an M-14 with a flash suppressor, and the bottom, stock looks like a M-1 Garand. With a BB loaded magazine it would it would pass more as an M-14. Any thoughts or is it just me. The question is why not one or the other? Why the mix?

asked William from USA

I need to know if the end of the barrel is a supressor/silencer as I live in NJ and that is illegal to possess. If it is not I will be purchasing the rifle.

asked Michael from USA

the muzzle break at the end of the barrel is just for looks it is made of plastic and has nothing to do with silenceing the rifle.

Jim from USA

No not a suppressor strictly a plastic muzzle break but it is just abit percieved quiter than my .22 cal ruger max break barrel

Norbert from USA

well it looks like it is finally here, has anyone tested it yet? is it as claimed?

asked Jim from USA

Suppressors/silencers are illegal in New Jersey. Is that a suppressor on the end of the barrel thus rendering the gun illegal in new jersey and making me a class D felon? If not then I will be ordering one. Thanks in advance, Mike

asked Michael from USA

its just for looks , make of plastic,

Jim from USA

Not a suppressor strictly a muzzle break, non functioning and really for looks

Norbert from USA

Will it be compatible with a surplus M14 flash hider?

asked Connor from USA

only in the looks dept. its made of plastic, and no ports

Jim from USA

i tried fitting my spare and no joy without modification

Norbert from USA

How does a scope attach? It looks like a special side-mount is needed. Where does one acquire the scope mount?

asked Craig from USA

it requires the M1/ M14 mount , bet it at pyramid air

Jim from USA

I'm using a standard m1a/m14 mount they have it set up exactly the same but you need to use non see thru rings or the scope will sit to high for a good alignment

Norbert from USA

can you put a scope on it ??

asked Lisa from USA

it requires the M1/M14 mount from pyramid air

Jim from USA

Yes

Mark from USA

has anyone done a hands on shooting of this when it was at shot show and has anyone heard if the delivery date has changed. does anyone know who the manufacture is . any help would be great.

asked Jim from USA

The M1A will be released in Aug/Sept. It is manufactured in China.

Mark from USA
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