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Rifleman Review: Springfield Armory M1A Loaded

Watch this American Rifleman Television segment of Rifleman Review to learn more about the Springfield Armory M1A Loaded chambered in 6.5 mm Creedmoor.

The Keefe Report: The Ubiquitous Ruger 10/22

With about 8 million made, there's no other semi-automatic rimfire carbine that even comes close to the Ruger 10/22. Ubiquitous is certainly the right word for it.

Frozen Indecision: American Intervention in Siberian Russia, 1918

America’s interaction with Russia is quite the hot topic these days. Many Americans wonder, are the Russians friends, or are they foes?

Video—ARTV: Springfield SOCOM 16 CQB Rifle

The Springfield SOCOM 16 CQB Rifle is the focus of this "Rifleman Review" segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman Television.

Cold Front: American Troops in Russia 1918-1919

A century ago, American troops were in combat against the Bolsheviks on Russian soil. Armed with American-made Model 1891 Mosin-Nagants, the soldiers of the 339th Regiment faced the bitter cold and a bitter enemy.

Tested: Springfield M1A Loaded 6.5 Creedmoor Rifle

Based on the M14, this semi-automatic rifle is known for its robust construction, long-range performance and its 7.62x51 mm NATO chambering.

SHOT Show 2018: ProMag QBD Archangel 10/22 Stock

Promag Industries is offering the new polymer QBD (Quick Break Down) Archangel stock which turns any Standard fixed-barrel 10/22 into a takedown rifle.

Tested: Springfield SOCOM 16 CQB M1A Rifle

Get up close and personal with this modern tactical version of a classic .308 battle rifle.

Tested: Springfield Armory Loaded M1A

This classic semi-automatic .308 rifle arrives tricked out and ready to go to work as a long-range target gun.

5 Stocks to Spice Up Your Ruger 10/22

With the first models introduced in 1964, the Ruger 10/22 has become one of the most popular rimfire semi-auto rifles ever devised. Its affordable price and modular design have made it a popular choice for shooting enthusiasts who want to customize their rifles at home without the need for gunsmithing.

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