Tonight on American Rifleman TV: Rock River Arms; Remington 870 DM Shotgun; Russian SKS Carbine

Rock River Arms started its business building custom 1911 pistols, eventually shifting to the AR-15 market. Since then the company has built firearms for law enforcement and the U.S. government, and also rifles for hunting and target shooting. ARTV talks with the president of Rock River, Chuck Larson, to get an inside look at the company. Watch a preview here







In this week's "Rifleman Review," Joe Kurtenbach tests a new variation of the venerable Remington Model 870—with a detachable magazine. 



For "I Have This Old Gun," we look at a Cold War classic—the Russian SKS Carbine



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