Tonight on ARTV: Colt's New Python; Rock River Arms BT-9; Ruger Red Label Shotgun

Colt announced on Jan. 1, 2020 that it was bringing back the most coveted of its snake guns, the Python. We confess we had early notice on one of the biggest introductions of the year, as American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach was at Gunsite Academy with Colt when it shared the news that it was bringing back the double-action revolver. Colt’s Senior Vice President for Commercial Business Paul Spitale made one of his missions to get back into the D/A revolver business, with the Python as his ultimate goal. Watch tonight's episode to learn what's new about the latest iteration. You can see a preview of the episode here.



This week our "Rifleman Review" is the Rock River Arms BT-9.



"I Have This Old Gun" looks at the Ruger Red Label shotgun.



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.

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