Guns & Product Reviews

Savage Renegauge

Savage Renegauge: Diversifying The Portfolio

Having met the desired result with utilitarian hunting models, Savage Arms has extended its Renegauge shotgun line with the planned, purpose-specific Competition and Security.

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High Standard firearms History | A Collector’s Guide

Preview: High Standard Firearms History | A Collector’s Guide

For lead author John Currie, High Standard Firearms History: 1932-1984 Connecticut, A Collector’s Guide has been a work more than 30 years in the making.

Review: Tisas 1911 A1 ASF

A new Tisas take on an American military wartime classic is officially known to the public as the 1911 A1 ASF (Armed Services Family) pistol and is being brought to U.S. shores by SDS Imports.

Review: KelTec KSG410

At the beginning of 2023, KelTec fulfilled a frequent and long-standing customer request by releasing the new KSG410 shotgun chambered for .410-bore shells.

Review: Palmetto State Armory 5.7 Rock RK1 Pistol

In the spring of 2022, Palmetto State Armory (PSA) released the 5.7 Rock which continues to be the most affordably priced semi-automatic pistol chambered in 5.7x28 mm FN here in the United States.

Rifleman Review: Springfield Armory Prodigy

Springfield Armory entered the 2011-style handgun market with the Prodigy in 2022, blending M1911-style construction with double-stack magazines, optic-mounting systems and a polymer grip frame.

Preview: Colt’s Double-Action Revolvers: The Post-War Era

Following his previous works, Seven Serpents: The History Of Colt’s Snake Guns and Colt’s Python: King Of The Seven Serpents, noted Colt expert Gurney Brown has rounded out the trio with another book.

Colt Python 5": The Perfect Barrel Length?

The latest Colt Python is identical to its 3", 4.25" and 6" stablemates other than its 5" barrel. The difference and the magic is in that "in between" barrel length.

The Military's Leupold Riflescopes

Starting in the 1980s, Leupold focused on producing optics designed specifically to handle the harsh aspects of military use. "American Rifleman Television" visited the company's Beaverton, Oregon, headquarters to learn more about what goes into making the military Leupold.

Review: Archon Type B

Designed for the Spetznaz and now being imported and distributed stateside by PTR Industries, the Archon Type B semi-automatic pistol offers up unique functionality with a modular grip and is chambered for the ubiquitous 9 mm Luger cartridge.

Rifleman Review: Smith & Wesson Model 350

Winchester's 350 Legend cartridge has become popular with shooters in states that have straight-wall cartridge restrictions for rifle hunting, and many other manufacturers are capitalizing on the popularity of this new round. One such company is Smith & Wesson, which released its Model 350 for handgun hunters.

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