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Rifleman Q&A: How Do Army 'M' Numbers Work?

M1 Garand, M1911, M14 rifle...where does the military come up with all these numbers and how do they work?

Rifleman Review: Springfield Armory M1A Loaded

Watch this American Rifleman Television segment of Rifleman Review to learn more about the Springfield Armory M1A Loaded chambered in 6.5 mm Creedmoor.

ARTV Preview: The Springfield Armory M1A/M14 ; CrossBreed ST2 IWB Holster ; Springfield Armory M1911

In this week's episode, we'll explore the Springfield Armory M1A/M14 series, test the CrossBreed ST2 Holster and look back at the Springfield Armory M1911.

The M14 in Vietnam: One Veteran's Experience

Much has been said and written about the M14 rifle and its use in Vietnam, much of it critical. One U.S. Army veteran disagrees, saying his experience with the rifle was preferable to the M16.

6 Reasons to Reconsider M14 & M1A Rifles

For many, the M14 and the commercial M1A are the rifles that people love to hate. Is such criticism justified, though? Here, we take an objective view of the platform and what it offers to today's firearm enthusiasts.

SHOT Show 2020: Springfield Armory M1A Tanker

Springfield Armory rolled out a shortened version of its M1A in 2020, combining the wood-stocked aesthetics of the classic M14 with the shot barrel of the SOCOM 16.

Book Review—M1 Garand Photo Essay

The gun that Gen. George Patton called “the greatest battle implement ever devised.”

Rolling Thunder: An Interview with Clint Smith of Thunder Ranch

Executive Editor Joe Kurtenbach sits down with Thunder Ranch's Clint Smith to talk about his history with guns and his distinguished career in firearms training.

Product Preview: Smith Enterprise Good Iron M14 National Match Muzzle Brake

The Smith Enterprise Good Iron M14 National Match Muzzle Brake’s profile mimics that of the original M14 flash suppressor, making it legal for use in CMP and other high-power rifle matches on guns such as the Springfield M1A.

Product Preview: Delta 14 Chassis Gen 2

The Gen 2 model is still U.S.-made and improves on the original with lighter weight (12 ozs. vs. 18 ozs.), a centered receiver-mounting channel...

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