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On American Rifleman TV: Over There! The Men & Gun’s of WWI Part 7

On American Rifleman TV: Over There! The Men & Gun’s of WWI Part 7

This week we continue our series on the Men and Guns of WWI. We test the Remington RP45 and for I Have This Old Gun we look at the Mauser…

On American Rifleman TV: Over There! The Men & Gun’s of WWI Part 6

On American Rifleman TV: Over There! The Men & Gun’s of WWI Part 6

This week we continue our series on the Men and Guns of WWI. We test the Smith and Wesson M&P 380 Shield EZ and for I Have This Old Gun…

On American Rifleman TV: Over There! The Men & Gun’s of WWI Part 5

On American Rifleman TV: Over There! The Men & Gun’s of WWI Part 5

This week we continue our series on the Men and Guns of WWI. We test the Taurus Spectrum and for I Have This Old Gun we look at the Argentine…

On American Rifleman TV: H & K: The Grey Room Part 2

On American Rifleman TV: H & K: The Grey Room Part 2

Whether it's the MP5, the G36 or the VP9, Heckler and Koch has been an innovator for decades. The Cobra is latest snub-nose from Colt. Ruger's Mini Thirty offered 7.62x39…

On American Rifleman TV: H & K: The Grey Room Part 1

On American Rifleman TV: H & K: The Grey Room Part 1

Heckler and Koch pulls classic machine guns out of the 'Gray Room' as well as its latest handguns for a trip to NRA HQ.…

On American Rifleman TV: Is it real or is it Milo

On American Rifleman TV: Is it real or is it Milo

MILO Range's interactive simulators offer realistic training that can save the lives of soldiers, police officers and civilians. Tested is the S&W's Shield in .45 ACP. The Beretta Model 1934…

On American Rifleman TV: Trijicon ACOG Legacy of Service

On American Rifleman TV: Trijicon ACOG Legacy of Service

Trijicon ACOG first served U.S. troops in 1991, since then more than 1 million have been produced. Ruger's American Ranch is chambered in 7.62x39 mm. Luxembourg's SOLA Super is one…

On American Rifleman TV: Hornady Reloading Today

On American Rifleman TV: Hornady Reloading Today

With factory ammunition getting better and more plentiful, why load your own? Top experts explain why they handload, and why you should, too. The Witness P Match is a competition…

On American Rifleman TV: Hornady’s 6.5 Creedmoor

On American Rifleman TV: Hornady’s 6.5 Creedmoor

It took Hornady's 6.5 Creedmoor cartridge 10 years to become an overnight success.…

On American Rifleman TV: Over There! The Men & Gun’s of WWI Part 4

On American Rifleman TV: Over There! The Men & Gun’s of WWI Part 4

The 'Lost Battalion,' American soldiers trapped behind enemy lines, used the U.S. 1917 Enfield rifle, the 1915 Chauchat and 1914 Mitrailleuse to fight off the Germans in the fall of…

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