Tonight on American Rifleman TV: Evolution of the Deer Rifle; EAA Neo Shotgun; Winchester Model 94

When the first settlers arrived in North America from England and established the first permanent settlement in Jamestown in 1607 there were plenty of white-tailed deer. However, it wasn't until the invention of the flintlock rifle that started the phase of deer hunters and long hunters. Thus, deer hunting was not only impacted by the developments in firearms technology but the necessities of hunting also had an impact on the transformation of firearms as well. This week American Rifleman TV looks at the evolution of the deer rifle to learn more about these developments. Watch a preview

In this week's "Rifleman Review," we test the EAA Neo Shotgun in 12 gauge.

For "I Have This Old Gun," we look at one of the most famous and popular hunting rifles of all time—the Winchester Model 94.

For more American Rifleman TV, tune in Wednesday nights on the Outdoor Channel.


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