On this week's "Gun of the Week" video preview American Rifleman staff examine a pint-sized heavy-hitter from Springfield Armory that comes chambered for 10 mm Auto and is red-dot ready.
This week on American Rifleman Television, we tour Remington Ammunition's Lonoke, Ark., facility, test the Springfield Armory XD-M Elite Compact 10 mm OSP and examine the history of the Dreyse Needle Rifle.
Springfield Armory expanded its XD-M Elite lineup with a .45 ACP-chambered model that's ready for a mounted red-dot optic.
Although Bergmann’s products never received the notoriety of the Luger, the Broomhandle or the Colt M1911, he nevertheless set many milestones in firearm development—including making the first pistol to achieve genuine commercial success. How’s that for extraordinary?
Springfield Armory unveils a new addition to its XD-M Elite OSP line of handguns geared for concealed carry while offering a potent chambering, the XD-M Elite 3.8" Compact OSP 10 mm.
Featuring a 12" barrel, Gear Head Works’ Tailhook arm brace and flip-up iron sights, the Mech Tech Pistol Conversion Unit (PCU) preserves its host’s status as a handgun while offering increased cartridge velocity, firing stability and sight radius.
A micro red-dot mounted atop a handgun can be a very useful little tool, but not all optics and optics-ready pistols play well together, creating a potentially confusing situation for prospective buyers. With this resource, we attempt to clear the air.