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James River Armory M1A in .308 Winchester (7.62x51 NATO) A very reliable and accurate semi-auto version of the M14. The M1A/M14 was developed from the M1 Garand with it bring chambered in the shorter .308 over the Garand's .30-06, this made it easier for troops to carry more ammo and more controllable. It also features a 20 round detachable box magazine while the Garand had a 8 round internal magazine. Originally the M14 was a select fire rifle, this was done to make it replace the BAR however with it being lighter weight it was very difficult to control in full auto so it was mainly used in semi auto, some troops even had their selector switches welded on semi auto. It entered service in 1959 and was widely used during the Vietnam War however it was later replaced by the M16. The M14 continued service as a designated marksman rifle (DMR) and saw wide usage in the Gulf War, Iraq and the War in Afghanistan. It is still widely used today with it proving more reliable than the Mk 110 and SR-25 that were meant to replace the M14. Photo taken by- @sootch_00 #jamesriverarmory

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Kristafor Ford

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Yugoslavian M72B1 RPK style rifle, semi auto, 7.62 x 39, 30 round, with bipod by James river armory. Send me automatic version of this is dive a M 72. The M 72 was a gas operated, air cooled, drum fed, select fire,shoulder fired, weapon with a bipod it was originally used as a squad automatic weapon like a Soviet RPK but has unique design features such as the heavy fit and barrel allowing for maximum cooling under heavy fire. This one is built in semi automatic configuration. All new gun by James River armory new old stock. #JamesRiverArmory if you are interested in more information on this firearm or many others please go to FordsFirearms.com or you can head over to gun broker and check out this listing. Gunbroker.com/817052554 Or give us a call at 225-296-3001.

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Here is my bud, @history_of_gunz 's James River Armory AK74. This is my favorite AK to shoot, 5.45 is so much more fun, smooth and nice to shoot. This one is built from a Bulgarian Circle 10 parts kit, and the trigger is surprisingly awesome and crisp...and fast 😏 I love this piece, it's really gorgeous and a great shooter... May need to buy one myself! #jamesriverarmory .45

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Classic Firearms

The James River Armory BM-59 Mk III Alpine is a rare model of the BM-59 that includes an original pistol grip and side metallic folding buttstock, intended for mountain troops. Less than 100 were ever imported into the country! Get yours on our website! . . . #jamesriverarmory

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Bo Bowles

Running made by #jamesriverarmory and sold by @classicfirearms also using @haleystrategicofficial with 40 rd mags. #

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Bo Bowles

Running a few drills with my new M72B1 RPK. my #jamesriverarmory @classicfirearms

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Kellie Peyton Voros

* Battery Estate * When we first decide to move to our current house we had no idea the history that would come with this place. All I knew was it was a house that sat on a bluff overlooking the James River (which I couldn’t wait to see!). We have since learned that during the civil war there was a Union battery that was positioned at the top of the bluff (where our house sits today) that had two 10” mortar canons that were used to defend the Union armory, that was below the bluff. The official name is Battery Wilcox. Each of the batteries were named after Union Majors, Colonels, and Captains that had died during the war. Battery Wilcox was named after Captain E.R. Wilcox of the twenty-seventh Massachusetts volunteers who died on June 1, 1864 leading a charge at Cold Harbor. There is also a union earth work that is still present today about 250 feet to the west of the house. To make the house even more interesting especially durning Halloween there was once a civil war cemetery that was moved when the original owner started construction. David likes to tease me when I hear a random noise that it was the “general” saying goodnight. I can honestly say there are times you can see me sprinting from one side of the house to the other if I am here all alone. . . . . . armory

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