Tonight on American Rifleman TV: Taurus Manufacturing Part 1; Colt Wiley Clapp Commander

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posted on February 22, 2017
Taurus, Brazil's largest gunmaker, has undergone a lot of change as of late. Now under new management, the company has relocated, consolidated and has changed the way it builds its products. Tune into ARTV tonight to see the first part of a two-part segment of a behind-the-scenes look at Taurus Manufacturing. 



This week's "Rifleman Review" is Colt's Wiley Clapp Stainless Commander.



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