The Model 1903 Springfield is arguably the most accurate off-the-shelf service rifle ever produced. And if the ’03 was intrinsically accurate, the ’03 National Match, painstakingly produced by the Springfield Armory from 1921 to 1940, was superlative.
Barnaul allows American shooters to cut costs with this affordably priced steel-case ammunition. How does it shoot? Here's what we found.
A slam-fire is a rare occurrence in an M1 Garand, but it can happen, as it did to one American Rifleman contributor. Here's how he discovered a potential cause.
Many who load for the M1 Garand use traditional powders, bullets and cases. What happens if you use cutting-edge materials and tools? Find out here.
In this review, Field Editor Martin K. A. Morgan goes over the history of the World War One era French CSRG Chauchat Light Machine Gun. In doing so, he discusses the unique 'American' version developed to use .30-'06 Sprg., and how the shortfalls of one of its manufacturers lead to the tarnished reputation of the series as a whole in popular memory.
Based on the Hawkeye Standard, the new configuration will be chambered in a number of short- and long-action calibers.