Tonight on American Rifleman TV: Ladies & Guns; Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 Pistol

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posted on August 23, 2017
As a follow-up to the Ladies Pistol Project, this week American Rifleman TV looks at ladies and guns and goes in depth as to how and why women are searching for information on firearms and ways to defend themselves. One such way is by taking the NRA Basic Pistol Course, which allows women to take away a lot of specific knowledge that they otherwise would not have access to and gives them more confidence with the fundamentals of firearms. What did the women learn? Watch a preview of the episode here.





For "Rifleman Review" we test the Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 Pistol in 9 mm Luger.



"I Have This Old Gun" looks at the British Webley Mk VI revolver. 
Watch a video preview of tonight's episode.



Watch past segments of American Rifleman TV at americanrifleman.org/artv, and tune into Outdoor Channel Wednesday nights for all new episodes.

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