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The Military Model 70: A Forgotten Sniper Rifle

Although the “Rifleman’s Rifle” is unquestionably one of the greatest hunting rifles of all time, the Winchester Model 70's service in the U.S. military has been meager, and even then, its success was limited.

Navy Successfully Tests Drone-Killing Laser

The U.S. Navy performed the first-ever implementation of a high-energy, solid-state laser against a target in taking down an unmanned drone.

Inside Trijicon: The Legacy of the ACOG

American Rifleman TV is in Wixom, Mi., at the home of Trijicon Inc., detailing the Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight.

Inside Look: SIG Sauer MG 338 Machine Gun

As part of the package put together for a U.S. Military contract, SIG Sauer took the next step in machine-gun evolution with its MG 338. We got a closer look here.

SIG Sauer Delivers 100,000th M17 / M18 Handgun to U.S. Military

SIG Sauer has delivered the 100,000th M17 and M18 for the Modular Handgun System program to the U.S. military, ahead of schedule, and surpassing the performance standards and requirements since the official contract award in January 2017.

Tonight on American Rifleman TV: Making the U.S. M17; Winchester XPR & 350 Legend; Japanese Type 14 Nambu Pistol

ARTV goes in-depth on the creation of the new U.S. M17 pistol and chronicles the U.S. Army's extensive search for its new sidearm. "Rifleman Review" takes a look at the new Winchester XPR chambered in Winchester's newest caliber, 350 Legend. In "I Have This Old Gun," Mark Keefe discusses the Japanese Type 14 Nambu pistol.

Heckler & Koch Awarded U.S. Army Squad Designated Marksman Rifle Contract

Heckler & Koch is gearing up to deliver between 5,000 and 6,000 complete rifle weapon systems to the U.S. Amy, which plans to deploy them as M110A1 Squad Designated Marksman Rifles (SDMR).

Last Of The Breed: Marine Corps M45A1

The final example of U.S. military M1911s, the Marine Corps M45A1 was carried on special operations missions around the world.

The Case for the 20"-Barreled AR-15 Rifle

Although the semi-automatic M4-style carbine has dominated the AR market for many years, there is growing interest in ARs more akin to the original design. Why? The rifle-length AR may be your best bet when it comes to ballistics, reliability and durability.

Web Exclusive Preview: Trijicon ACOG

Tonight on American Rifleman Television, we head to the Trijicon factory in Michigan to give you a behind-the-scenes look at how the firm makes the ACOG—Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight.

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