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North-South Skirmish Association Revolver Match

The North-South Skirmish Association is a competitive shooting organization dedicated to the active use of Civil War-period arms. "American Rifleman Television" had an opportunity to get a closer look at the group's revolver matches at its Fall National Skirmish.

I Have This Old Gun: U.S. Model 1855 Pistol Carbine

One of the new arms introduced to U.S. military service in the 1850s was the Model 1855 Pistol Carbine, designed to pull double-duty as a shoulder arm and a pistol.

Rifleman Review: Springfield Armory Prodigy

Springfield Armory entered the 2011-style handgun market with the Prodigy in 2022, blending M1911-style construction with double-stack magazines, optic-mounting systems and a polymer grip frame.

The Military's Leupold Riflescopes

Starting in the 1980s, Leupold focused on producing optics designed specifically to handle the harsh aspects of military use. "American Rifleman Television" visited the company's Beaverton, Oregon, headquarters to learn more about what goes into making the military Leupold.

Rifleman Review: Smith & Wesson Model 350

Winchester's 350 Legend cartridge has become popular with shooters in states that have straight-wall cartridge restrictions for rifle hunting, and many other manufacturers are capitalizing on the popularity of this new round. One such company is Smith & Wesson, which released its Model 350 for handgun hunters.

I Have This Old Gun: French FRF2 Sniper Rifle

During the Cold War, many nations developed domestically sourced sniping rifles, and many of those rifles were based on pre-World War II designs. One nation that reconfigured a previously used bolt-action service rifle to meet the needs of precision marksmen was France, and the result was the FRF2 sniper rifle.

Making The Leupold Mark 5HD Riflescope

Leupold's Mark 5HD line of riflescopes are some of the company's top-tier offerings, and not only are the optics loaded with features, they're also some of the lightest riflescopes in their class.

Rifleman Review: Springfield Armory SA-35

In 2021, Springfield Armory brought out its SA-35, a rendition of the classic Browning Hi Power, one of the iconic handguns of the 20th century.

I Have This Old Gun: Burnside Carbine

In the American Civil War, there was an incredible variety of small arms used, particularly within cavalry units. One of the most popular cavalry carbines used throughout the war was the Burnside carbine.

Rifleman Review: Taurus GX4 T.O.R.O.

At the end of 2021, Taurus USA introduced the Taurus Optics Ready Option (T.O.R.O.) version of its GX4 micro-compact handgun, giving handgunners the opportunity to easily add a red-dot optic to the pistol.

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