Tonight on American Rifleman TV: Making S&W Revolvers; Winchester Wildcat .22; Martini-Henry Rifles

posted on July 31, 2019
Tonight the American Rifleman TV crew finds itself in Springfield, Mass., manufacturing home of legendary Smith & Wesson revolvers. See the history of these storied guns, from the early Model 10 all the way up to the brand's X-Frame models like the 500. Watch a preview of tonight's episode. 

"Rifleman Review" looks at a 4 lb. semi-automatic rimfire rifle, the Winchester Wildcat .22.

And this week's "I Have This Old Gun" features an icon of the British Empire, the Martini-Henry Rifles.

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