M1903 M1903A1 Stocks

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?

This Old Gun: Pre-War Colt National Match

This particular pre-World War II Colt M1911 in .45 ACP pistol came with adjustable sights, marked “National Match," a factory-honed action, match-grade barrel and is in very good condition.

Springfield Armory’s SOCOM II: A Look Back

Springfield Armory’s SOCOM 16—a radically cut-down version of its flagship M1A—breathed new life into the best civilian M14-type rifle and advanced the scout rifle concept to its most potent level. The SOCOM II elevates that successful blend of battle-tested, practical engineering even higher, making it a modern, modular, close-quarters combat arm that is powerful and easy to shoot.

Rifleman Review: EAA MC1911 Match Elite

Watch this American Rifleman Television segment of "Rifleman Review" from 2020 to learn more about the EAA MC1911 Match Elite pistol chambered in .45 ACP.

Editor's Choice: EAA Girsan MCP35 Match

European American Armory is doing its part to further the current resurgence of the High Power pistol designed by John Moses Browning and Dieudonné Saive with several versions of its Girsan MCP35.

Shooting The Icons Of An Empire: Victorian Riflemen Springtown Match

Compared to most marksmanship competitions today, those held in Springtown, Penn., every year are for more unusual and dated firearms. Follow Kenneth L. Smith-Christmas as he recounts the experience of a "Victorian Riflemen" match.

Preview: Medesha FireArms Elevation-Adjustable Rear Sight Base

The Medesha Elevation-Adjustable Rear Sight Base is just the ticket for mounting an old-school match sight such as the Redfield Palma to Picatinny or Weaver rails.

NRA 150th: The Farr Rifle

For the better part of a century, George Farr’s record-setting rifle had been a cherished keepsake within his family’s estate, until now. It is on display today at the National Sporting Arms Museum in Springfield, Mo.

Good To Go: EAA's Girsan MC9 Pistols

European American Armory has introduced a pair of affordable and accurate 9 mm pistols from Girsan that come ready for work or the range with micro red-dot optics included from the factory.

The Model 1903 National Match Rifle: A Peerless Precision Shooter

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.

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