Preview: Victor Company Titan22

The Victor Company Titan22, for Ruger 10/22 rifles, offers enhanced strength and rigidity to help shooters maximize the accuracy of their rifles.

Tested: Springfield Saint Victor .308 Rifle

Springfield’s latest AR, the Saint Victor .308, is a heavy-hitter, but weighs just 7 lbs., 12 ozs., making it “enough gun” in a handy, surprisingly affordable, package.

New For 2022: Springfield Armory Saint Victor 9 mm Carbine

Springfield Armory has unveiled a new pistol-caliber carbine in its AR-15 rifle lineup with the Saint Victor 9 mm carbine.

Editor’s Choice: Springfield Armory Saint Victor 9 mm Carbine

Springfield Armory's Saint family of AR-pattern rifles and pistols has steadily expanded to a comprehensive line with the mid-tier Victor series, in particular, growing by leaps and bounds and arguably offering the most value.

New For 2023: Springfield Armory Saint Victor Folder

Springfield Armory now offers a variant of its Saint Victor AR-15 equipped with a LAW Tactical Folding Stock Adapter, allowing the rifle to be shortened significantly for compact carry.

Editors’ Picks 2019: Springfield Saint Victor

Springfield Armory’s Saint line of AR-15-style firearms launched in late 2016 with one delta-ring-equipped rifle, and expanded considerably the following year when the more lavishly featured, but pricier, Edge series of guns was announced.

New for 2020: Springfield Armory SAINT Victor .308 Pistol

Springfield Armory expanded its SAINT Victor lineup of AR-style pistols with a new option chambered for .308 Win.

Review: Springfield Armory Saint Victor Carbine In 9 mm Luger

Once known as the dominant maker of M1A rifles used in high power rifle competition at Camp Perry, Springfield Armory is now known for a much broader line of guns, including its Saint Victor 9 mm carbine.

5 Exciting New Rifles For 2023

There are dozens of new long guns out from many manufacturers this year, but these five highlight which way the wind's blowing for industry rifle development.

Marines & The M1 Garand: The First 400

Some would argue the M1 Garand is "the greatest battle implement ever devised," however the rifle that replaced the M1903 Springfield certainly had its share of setbacks, especially while capturing attention of the U.S. Marine Corps.


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