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    Re: My National Match M1A

    Dennis,
    I ran a M1A NM across the course for a couple years... the darn thing shot amazing groups. Other than that, it drove me nuts. Clean to fouled shots were 3 moa to the right, sights tracked to whatever they felt like on a given day, and you could toss in a wandering zero between matches. It did run... never had a single alibi with that gun. Switched over to a M70 built by Roy Dunlop about half way through a season and never looked back.

    I hope your rifle behaves better than mine if you decide to run it.
    "Home is the sailor, home from the sea, and the hunter home from the hill." Robert Louis Stevenson 1850-1894

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    Re: My National Match M1A

    Very nice looking gun, and groupings! Keep the pics and range reports coming!
    Don't pick a fight with an old man. If he is too old to fight, he'll just kill you.

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    Re: My National Match M1A

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob K
    Dennis, You are a serious shooter! I enjoy hearing (well.....reading ) about your endeavers, and seeing your amazing collection of Target Rifles. I guess you've been 'bitten by the bug'!

    If I remember correctly, you were a Marksman in the Army
    (or Marines) before you retired. It's amazing to me that you've had a career of shooting rifles and pistols. Bob
    I was in the Navy, serving in the Seabees. I qualified at Camp Fogarty, RI, and Camp Lejeune. I shot at Camp Perry from 1971-1974 while in the Navy Reserve, but had to put that on the back burner for family and career. I spent my career in accounting/finance/IT, retiring almost four years ago. Since then, I decided to enjoy things I had put on the shelf. I took up trap and skeet shooting again, and started enjoying target rifle shooting again.
    Best,
    Dennis

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