Springfield Armory M1A Generation 4 Scope Mount, Matte Black
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- Aluminum, one-piece construction
- Provides a Picatinny-Style rail above the receiver
- Mounting hardware and detailed installation instructions included
- Will not fit SOCOM II
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This sturdy aluminum mount provides a Picatinny-Style rail above the receiver of the M1A. The 4th generation mount features 3 points of contact with the receiver. Includes all mounting hardware and instruction.
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- apparently it works. This mount seem to hold zero well.
- after driving ~4 hours to a hunting spot, the rear screw got loose. I tighten it by hand and it didn't seem to affect zero - it seems that other screws are more important and these held well - but nevertheless this was disappointing;
- installation guide is bad. Photos are very small and can hardly understandable. Sometimes guide is plainly wrong: it instructs to slide the clip guide from a wrong side (right vs. left); rear nut could be installed incorrectly and the guide doesn't mention that. I had to do lots of reading on forums and other reviews to install this thing properly;
- despite what installation guide says, it seems that loctite _must_ be applied to a rear screw. It didn't hold in place without loctite (see above).
- expensive. $120 for a solid piece of metal seem to be a lot of money!
Note: I had to spend two hours with hand tools installing this thing. Filing the clip guide was necessary. But M1A is notoriously difficult to scope, so this is a relatively minor inconvenience.