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Rifleman Q&A: M1903 vs. M1903A1 Rifles

I’ve seen references to an M1903A1 rifle. I’ve looked around at a bunch of gun shows, and I have not found a rifle marked “M1903A1.” How does that variant differ from a standard M1903 rifle?

New For 2022: Springfield Armory Hellcat Pro FDE

Springfield Armory expanded its Hellcat literally to develop the Hellcat Pro, and this capacious variant of the company's dedicated micro-compact is now available with a flat dark earth finish.

Micro-Compacts On The Rise

A Scope Report issued by the National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers (NASGW) last month included figures that reflect a gradual change in pistol-buying preferences. According to the trade organization’s findings, consumers are purchasing smaller handguns when it comes to those chambered in 9 mm Luger.

The Hellcat RDP: A 'Roland Special' Minimized

For those who enjoy the compact package of the original Hellcat but want to take the edge off the muzzle flip and felt recoil, the Rapid Defense Package (RDP) is an option that softens the impact a bit and still accepts standard Hellcat magazines holsters.

Upsizing The Micro-Compact: Springfield’s Hellcat Pro

Springfield Armory took the lead in the micro-compact market with its capacious Hellcat back in 2019. Now, the company is showing the way forward with an enhanced version that maximizes the “more-in-less” category.

Springfield Armory’s XD 45: The Wiley Clapp Review

Springfield’s 13-plus-one .45 ACP XD may prove to be the most popular offering in the company’s evolutionary polymer pistol line.

New For 2022: Springfield Armory Hellcat Pro With Shield SMSc Optic

Springfield Armory now offers its Hellcat Pro optic ready pistols with Shield SMSc optics pre-installed from the factory as a package deal.

Preview: Safariland Schema IWB Holster

New for 2022, the Safariland Schema holster is an affordable inside-the-waistband holster with built-in passive retention that's designed to fit many popular concealed-carry guns.

Springfield Launches New Online Shopping Experience

The revamped and enhanced experience is designed to ensure customers find exactly what they want quickly—and for a great price.

Les Baer Custom: High-Peformance M1911s

Les Baer began tuning, fixing and modifying guns in 1973. His first shop, so to speak, was the basement of his home in Allentown, Penn. Enthusiasts quickly discovered the quality of his work and word spread. By 1976 demand was outgrowing his workspace, forcing him to expand. In 1980 he launched his full-time gunsmithing career by establishing Bear Custom Guns.

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