Video—ARTV Review: Remington RM380 Pistol

posted on December 20, 2018
Remington puts its spin on an old Rohrbaugh design with the Remington RM380. A double-action-only, locked-breech, tilt-barrel semi-automatic pistol, the aluminum-frame RM380 sets itself apart from its polymer-frame, blowback-operated competitors in design alone. For more on this little entry from Big Green, check out this Rifleman Review segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV.

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