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ARTV Preview: Winchester Ladies Cup, S&W M&P9 Shield Plus OR & Mannlicher-Berthier

This week on American Rifleman Television, we look into the Winchester Ladies Cup clay competitions, test the Smith & Wesson M&P9 Shield Plus OR 9 mm pistol and examine the history of the Mannicher-Berthier.

This Old Gun: Uberti Sharps 1A Derringer Replica

Christian Sharps is probably best remembered for his famous Sharps falling-block, breechloading, single-shot rifle, which he patented on Sept. 12, 1848. But a little more than a year later, on Dec. 18, 1849, he also patented an equally innovative four-barreled derringer.

ARTV Preview: Walther Arms, Taurus G3X and Italian Bodeo Revolver

This week on American Rifleman Television, we tour Walther Arms in Ulm, Germany, test the Taurus G3X 9 mm pistol and examine the history of the Italian Bodeo revolver.

This Old Gun: Winchester Model 67

Winchester was one of the first manufacturers to jump into the low-cost bolt-action .22 market with its John Browning-designed Model 1900, a design that would carry on for subsequent generations of Winchester single-shot .22 rifles, including one of the most prolific, the Model 67.

I Have This Old Gun: Ruger .22 Pistol

Watch this segment of American Rifleman Television's "I Have This Old Gun" to learn about the history and development of the original Ruger .22-cal. rimfire pistols.

This Old Gun: Model 1893 Spanish Mauser

Designed by Paul Mauser, the Modelo 1893, adopted by the Spanish on Dec. 7, 1893, was a superb arm—the first of its breed to have a box magazine entirely enclosed within the stock.

I Have This Old Gun: Browning T-Bolt

Watch this segment of American Rifleman Television's "I Have This Old Gun" to learn about the history and development of the Browning T-Bolt line of straight-pull, bolt-action sporting rifles, which are still offered by the company today.

I Have this Old Gun: Martini-Henry Rifles

Watch this American Rifleman Television segment of "I Have This Old Gun" from 2019 to learn more about the history of the Martini-Henry breech-loading rifles, which were the mainstay of the British infantryman near the end of the 19th century.

This Old Gun: Poly Technologies M-14/S

If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then a lot of firearm flattery has emanated from the People’s Republic of China. While developing some of its own unique firearm designs, the country is also known for making copies of everything from C96 Mauser “Broomhandle” pistols to Thompson submachine guns.

ARTV Preview: Hornady CX Bullet, Smith & Wesson M&P12 and Cane Air Guns

This week on American Rifleman Television, we tour the factory of Hornady Ammunition, test the Smith & Wesson M&P12 bullpup shotgun and examine the history of cane air guns.

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