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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.

Getting the Point: Springfield’s New XDs

There are two more XD(M)s from which to choose, and one is a .45.

The Springfield's XD(M) 5.25

The XD(M) 5.25 is the pistol that Rob Leatham wanted all along.

Small Wonder: Springfield's XD-S

The latest polymer-frame XD pistol from Springfield Armory is a subcompact single-stack chambered in .45 ACP, and one of the smallest big-bore semi-automatics ever.

Preview: Springfield Hellcat 15-Round Magazine

Do you have a hungry Hellcat? Check out this latest enhancement for Springfield Armory’s micro-compact pistol.

Springfield M1A: The M14’s Successful Sibling

When commercial gunmaker Springfield Armory decided to begin making and selling a civilian version of the M14 rifle, it didn’t seem a plan long for this world.

Springfield Range Officer M1911 .45 ACP

The Range Officer is a ready-for-competition 1911 pistol featuring high-end materials, fit and quality at an entry-level price.

Springfield Armory XD(M)

2009 Handgun of the Year

Springfield M1A Maintenance Tips

Maintaining the M1A is not especially difficult if you pay close attention to instructions clearly explained in the owner’s manual. If in doubt, simply contact Springfield Armory’s customer service department.

Springfield XD-S 9 mm

Thanks to its XD-S in .45 ACP, Springfield Armory was one of the toasts of SHOT Show 2012. Heck, the XD-S was so innovative that it went on to be named the American Rifleman Handgun of the Year. When you hit a home run like that, there's not a lot that needs changing, and Springfield agreed. So, for 2013, Springfield rolled out a slightly updated version of the XD-S: except this time it's in 9 mm.

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