Tonight on American Rifleman TV: Johnson Rifles; Taurus G2; and M3 Grease Gun

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posted on February 3, 2016
Tonight on American Rifleman Television we take a close look at inventor Melvin Maynard Johnson and his guns. His light machine gun and model of 1941 rifle were used by elite American soldiers and Marines during World War II. 



For our "Rifleman Review," Managing Editor Joe Kurtenbach shoots the affordably priced, feature-laden Taurus Millennium G2 pistol.



For "I Have This Old Gun," we examine and shoot the M3 grease gun, built as an economical alternative to the legendary Thompson submachine gun.



American Rifleman TV airs Wednesday nights on OutdoorChannel.


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