By Scott A. Duff and John M. Miller. This book is a vast reference specifically for the M14/M1A rifle. Origins, development and production are covered, as well as cleaning, disassembly, maintenance, repair and proper shooting and sighting methods. Match conditioning instructions help the reader transform the M14/M1A into a match rifle for competition. Variants of the M14 are also explored, including those used in tactical operations as well as civilian versions. 180 Pages - Softcover.Covers history, development, rifle selection, assembly, disassembly, inspection, cleaning, zeroing and match conditioning.
Evolutions of the sniper rifle are chronicled. Introduction and manufacture of the M1A is described. Guides the reader through
the activities required to convert the M14/M1A into a first-class target rifle. Includes appendix of gunsmiths, suppliers of parts,
tools, accessories and books.
Scott Duff has been shooting since the age of 10 when his father introduced him to a rifle. Before that, he could be found watching John Wayne movies and reading his father's military books. He's written hundreds of articles for magazines such as American Rifleman, Guns & Ammo and Garand Times. Mr. Duff has also written and published several books, primarily on the history and production of the M1 Garand rifle.
Date of Publication: 1996
Number of Pages: 180
Summary of Material:
6" x 9" softcover.