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ARTV 2011 Ep. 7: Dr. Gatling's Gun Pt. 1

ARTV 2011 Ep. 7: Dr. Gatling's Gun Pt. 1

ARTV 2011 Ep. 8: Dr. Gatling's Gun Pt. 2

ARTV 2011 Ep. 8: Dr. Gatling's Gun Pt. 2

Going Seriously Old School

Ever fired a matchlock? While I have handled them, no one has ever let me shoot one of these 16th century guns. For the next season of “American Rifleman Television” we are doing a four-part feature series on the development of firearms from the discovery of gunpowder to today.

American Rifleman TV: Don Burgett (Part 2)

Check out part 2 of this American Rifleman TV segment featuring World War II paratrooper and NRA Life member Don R. Burgett.

American Rifleman TV: Don Burgett (Part 1)

Check out part 1 of this American Rifleman TV segment featuring World War II paratrooper and NRA Life member Don R. Burgett.

Rifleman TV's Crew Ringing Steel at 1,000 Yards

The American Rifleman Television crew is shooting long-range steel at 1,000 yards at FTW Ranch in Texas, banging 9" steel targets with the Ruger SR762. Look for the new episode next season.

Apply What You've Learned

For the culmination of FTW's SAAM Precision course, students tour the 12,000-acre ranch and engage targets along the way. Joe Kurtenbach and the American Rifleman Television crew were right in the mix, ringing long-range steel and filming all the action.

ShotKam

Using a mini television camera linked to a computer, the ShotKam reveals the gun’s front bead in relation to the target as the shot is made.

WinchesterTV.com Is Live!

Winchester Ammunition has launched WinchesterTV.com, its new, online destination site with more than 175 television episodes featuring dynamic hunts and adventures captured on film during the past decade.

Is the M1911 Still Relevant?

Designed more than 100 years ago, does the stalwart .45 still have a place in the modern handgun market?

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