Quarantine With ARTV Free Preview

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posted on March 25, 2020
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Even if your range is closed by COVID-19, you can always go with us. One of the biggest complaints we get on American Rifleman Television has nothing to do with the show but the fact that many of our members and fans cannot get new episodes. The Outdoor Channel has announced that it has worked with a number of affiliates to offer a free preview through April 30, 2020.
“Our affiliate team has been hard at work negotiating Free Previews with all our carriers to increase availability of our networks during this difficult time,” said Mitch Petrie, vice president of programming for the Sportsman Outdoor Group. “I’m pleased to let you know all OSG networks will be free to subscribers of Dish/Sling, AT&T/DirecTV and most our cable distributors across the US until April 30, 2020. We are still negotiating with Xfinity and anticipating them participating in this free preview as well.”

If you haven’t been able to watch American Rifleman Television on the Outdoor Channel, this just may be your chance. Check with your TV provider to see if you have Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel and World Fishing Network on Free Preview.
Tonight at 8:30 p.m. EST, you can catch out inside look at Benelli, in which we traveled to Urbino, Italy—long before the pandemic broke out—to show you how Italian company makes guns. We also review a Springfield Armory Saint Victor, and then join us at the range and in the studio with our panel of experts as we discuss the U.S. Model of 1918 Browning Automatic Rifle
And if your cable operator isn’t participating, you can always go to AmericanRifleman.org and just type in “ARTV“ in the search bar. There you will find hundreds of segments put together by the staff and crew over the years.

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