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Rifleman Review: Springfield Armory 1911 TRP 5" 10 mm RMR

Watch this American Rifleman Television segment of "Rifleman Review" from 2019 to learn more about the Springfield Armory 1911 TRP 5" RMR chambered in 10 mm Auto.

Review: Trijicon RMRcc

Ten years ago, it was rare to encounter a handgun with an optic mounted atop it, but today it is a far more common thing to see. Many semi-automatics now leave the factory with some sort of provision with which to mount a micro red-dot, and Trijicon’s RMR is one of the most prominent pistol-compatible optics on the market to be developed for use with these guns.

Navigating The Optics-Ready Market

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.

Preview: Trijicon DI Night Sights

Trijicon's new DI Night Sights lineup gives users the ability to change out fiber-optic inserts on their own.

Branching Out: Trijicon's Expansive Riflescope Lineup

Best known for advanced optics such as the ACOG, VCOG and RMR, Trijicon has waded into standard riflescopes in a big way with six new lines of variable-power riflescopes in traditional formats.

Preview: Trijicon Bright & Tough Suppressor Night Sights

Suppressor-height sights aren't just for suppressors anymore, and Trijicon's Bright & Tough Night Sights are a great option for your gun.

Product Preview: Trijicon RMRcc

Trijicon has miniaturized its rugged and well-known RMR to accommodate semi-automatic pistols commonly used for concealed carry.

Review: Langdon Tactical Elite 92G RDO

Langdon Tactical Technology's RDO mount and modifications allows red-dot optics to be mounted to Beretta 92-series pistols.

Inside Trijicon: The Legacy of the ACOG

American Rifleman TV is in Wixom, Mi., at the home of Trijicon Inc., detailing the Advanced Combat Optical Gunsight.

Editor’s Choice: Trijicon Ventus

TRIJICON has invented a handheld, battery-powered device that measures downrange wind and uses that info to provide ballistic corrections in an eyeblink.

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