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Springfield Armory XD(M)

2009 Handgun of the Year

The State of the XD

Springfield Armory X-Treme Duty

Getting the Point: Springfield’s New XDs

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

A New Ruling for the .30-06 Sprg.

Loaded with today’s 150-grain bullets, the .30-’06 Sprg. is ready for big game from antelope to elk.

The XD(M) Evolves

Thanks to its shorter frame, the XD(M)-9 Compact 3.8 makes an excellent discreet-carry gun.

U.S. Springfield .45-70 Gov’t Trapdoor Carbine

Trapdoor carbines were used from shortly after the Civil War through the 1920s.

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.

The M14 Enhanced Battle Rifle

The changing nature of the war in Afghanistan led to the re-issue of the 7.62x51 mm NATO M14 rifle.

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.

State Of The Art: Model 1855 Rifle-Musket

With its Maynard tape priming system, the U.S. Model 1855 percussion rifle-musket was state-of-the-art when adopted by the U.S. Army.

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