One of the great success stories in the shooting sports today is the Scholastic Clay Target Program. We kick off a whole new season of American Rifleman TV by taking you to the SCTP nationals, where thousands of students safely take to the range, competing in trap skeet and sporting clays. Watch a preview of tonight's show here.
For this week’s “Rifleman Review,” we head to the range with the single-action SIG Sauer P210 in 9 mm Luger. Now made in SIG’s New Hampshire factory with a simplified locking system, this is one straight- and sweet-shooting classic handgun.
The first semi-automatic shotgun made in the United States was, of course, designed by John Moses Browning. Although best known as the Auto-5 as made by Fabrique Nationale in Belgium, the gun was made as the Remington Autoloading Shotgun starting in 1905. The name was changed later to the Model 11, and it’s this week's “I Have This Old Gun.”
To watch complete segments of past episodes of American Rifleman TV, go to americanrifleman.org/artv. For all-new episodes of ARTV, tune in Wednesday nights to Outdoor Channel.
Tested: SIG Sauer's Made-in-America P210 Pistol
Remington Autoloading Shotguns: The Epic