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Springfield Armory M1A National Match on a Troy MCS - the Battle Wagon!

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Published on Jan 11, 2011

A short video reviewing my M1A that's currently installed on a Troy MCS, Modular Chassis System. I really like this system though it definitely changes the balance of the rifle making it much more front-heavy than an M1A in a standard stock. It weighs 12.5lbs with an empty 20rd magazine as shown in the video and as well, so it's no lightweight either. I have the MCS configured with a Hogue rubber AR grip and a 6 position Rock River Arms stock with buttpad, and am currently using a GripPod bipod grip. The rifle features a medium profile National Match (NM) barrel and two stage National Match trigger assembly. I have retrofitting it with a Sadlak Industries extended magazine release, and two components from Smith Enterprises - a USCG muzzle brake and an extended bolt release (forgot to mention that in the video. I have three optics systems for the rifle - the first being an EOTech 512 65.1 with or without a Mako 5X Magnifier, the second being a 4-16 X 50mm Millett TRS (Tactical Rifle Scope) on a monolithic 30mm mount (can't remember the brand offhand) with lapped HD rings, and the third being a set of YHM low profile flip-up BUIS. I am running a GG&G three point sling on a front rail mounted GG&G QD mount to allow quick separation of the lower chassis from the barrel / upper rail assembly for ease of service and cleaning.

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