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Despite its success in the single-action revolver market, Colt fell behind when double-action revolvers became popular in the late 1870s. The Colt 1878 was a robust, large-frame revolver that would carry the company into the 20th century.
At the tail end of 2021, Springfield Armory rolled out its Garrison collection of M1911 pistols. These guns feature classic M1911 styling and are built on forged frames with forged slides and barrels, providing an ultra-durable, yet still affordable, M1911 for enthusiasts.
Watch American Rifleman staff on the range this week with an exclusive Girsan pistol thanks to the partnership with Davidson's and EAA Corp.
One of the more affordable shotguns in Benelli’s lineup is the Montefeltro, which has been a mainstay in the company’s lineup for years. The basic design, though, hadn’t been updated since 2004, so for 2023, Benelli decided to refresh the gun with a number of new features.
In the 1890s, Imperial Russia embarked on an effort to modernize its military, adopting the M1891 Mosin-Nagant rifle and, later, the M1895 Nagant revolver. Unlike many other service revolvers of the time, the Nagant had a unique mechanism designed to get the most out of its cartridge.
Watch American Rifleman staff on the range this week to get a closer look at the Springfield Armory Hellcat Pro, a micro-compact, optic-ready 9 mm with a magazine capacity of 15 rounds.