Gun of the Week: Springfield XD-S

Gun of the Week: Springfield XD-S

ARTV: The Springfield Armory Story

Springfield Armory Inc., based in Geneseo, Ill., was founded in the early 1970s when Bob Reese took over the manufacturing machinery formerly used by Elmer Ballance to produce M1A rifles.

Springfield XDM Review

Springfield XDM Review

Springfield XD Mod.2 in .45 ACP

Unveiled for the first time at SHOT Show 2015, Springfield Armory introduced its smallest-to-date polymer-frame .45 ACP, a 3.3” double-stack sub-compact with a 9+1 magazine capacity.

Springfield Armory Professional Now in 9 mm

The pistol that earned Springfield Armory’s Custom Shop the FBI’s coveted Hostage Rescue Team pistol contract—the Professional Model in .45 ACP—is now available in 9 mm.

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.

The M1903 Springfield: A Look Back

Staring out as a patent rip-off of the 1898 Mauser, the M1903 Springfield remains a popular rifle to this day.

Springfield XD Mod.2 with GripZone

The Springfield XD was a game changer when introduced, but the original gun didn't have some of the features common on more recent designs.

Video: Springfield's XD-S in .45 ACP

American Rifleman TV examines the single-stack polymer XD-S pistol, a concealable semi-automatic offered in the respected defensive handgun cartridge— .45 ACP.

Springfield Armory Introduces 1911 EMP4

Springfield Armory has announced the all-new EMP in a 4" barrel length.

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