This week on American Rifleman Television, we tour Remington Ammunition's Lonoke, Ark., facility, test the Springfield Armory XD-M Elite Compact 10 mm OSP and examine the history of the Dreyse Needle Rifle.
Of all the features of the M1 Garand, its rear sight is one of the most recognizable and went through some notable changes. Here, we take a brief look at what changes were made to the rear sight design from the pre- to post-World War II era.
Watch this American Rifleman Television segment of "Rifleman Review" from 2020 to learn more about the Winchester Model 70 Super Grade Maple in .308 Win.
The American Civil War was the first conflict in our nation’s history in which telescopic-sighted rifles were employed in combat to any appreciable extent. These muzzleloading, percussion rifles were fabricated by a number of civilian gunsmiths and gunsmithing firms, primarily for benchrest shooting matches.