Those are the unicorns. usrifleteams is a great place to read up on how the M1A is not truly a sub moa rifle. There are other forums that also cover this. I do enjoy reading the "MOA all day" threads. There is a reason why most shoot an AR15. What is sad is how even the US armed forces keep going back to the M14 and relearn it is really a couple MOA rifle. When I was in the USMC got 1,000 M-14s from storage and did most of the tricks to make them real shooters to include putting a scope on. Long story very short. EOD went from having a very capable semi-auto (FA was removed) to having a very cool looking rifle that never lived up to the accuracy claims. Then the war happened so many jumped back on the M-14 band wagon and relearned that the M-14 is a battle rifle. While you can polish a turd it is still a turd, and like most battle rifles several MOA is just the standard. With all that being said if you have a M1A that shoots amazing and has held up over time you are one of the very lucky few.