Tonight on American Rifleman TV: Men & Guns of D-Day +75—Utah Beach; T/CR22; Dutch Lugers

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posted on March 6, 2019
Tonight on American Rifleman TV, we continue our look at the "Men & Guns of D-Day," focusing on the Americans who invaded Hitler's "Fortress Europe" by landing on Utah beach. It turns out they landed in the wrong place—and it was the leadership of Brig. Gen. Theodore Roosevelt that got 7th Corps moving inland. For a preview, click here.







This week's "Rifleman Review" takes a look at the T/CR22, a nifty little rimfire in .22 Long Rifle from Thompson/Center.



In tonight's "I Have This Old Gun" segment we explore the history of Dutch Lugers.



For all new episodes of American Rifleman TV, tune in to Outdoor Channel on Wednesday nights. 

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