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Rifleman Review: Taurus GX4 T.O.R.O.

At the end of 2021, Taurus USA introduced the Taurus Optics Ready Option (T.O.R.O.) version of its GX4 micro-compact handgun, giving handgunners the opportunity to easily add a red-dot optic to the pistol.

I Have This Old Gun: M30 Luftwaffe Drilling

The German Luftwaffe adopted the J.P Sauer M30 drilling as an air crew survival arm, and it remains as one of the finest military arms ever issued in any capacity.

Rifleman Review: Taurus TX22 Competition

Taurus USA, catering to the marketplace of competition shooters, enhanced its TX22 rimfire pistol with a few notable features, creating the TX22 Competition.

I Have This Old Gun: Chassepot Rifle

By the 1860s, many military powers were experimenting with and adopting breechloading rifles as standard military arms. France, in the mid-1860s, took a revolutionary leap forward with the development of the Chassepot, which incorporated a bolt-action mechanism similar to the designs seen on bolt-action rifles today.

Rifleman Review: Walther Arms PDP Compact

Walther Arms expanded its Performance Duty Pistol (PDP) line in 2021 with a full-size model and a compact version, both of which built on earlier foundations laid by models like the PPQ.

I Have This Old Gun: Ross Mk III

In the early 20th century, Canadians wanted to establish its own unique military establishment, complete with a military arm that was all its own. So emerged the famous Ross Rifle.

I Have This Old Gun: Dreyse Needle Rifle

At a time when troops around the world were still using flintlock, smoothbore muskets on the battlefield, the Prussian military began experimenting with the Dreyse "needle rifle."

Rifleman Review: Springfield Armory XD-M Elite Compact 10 mm OSP

One of Springfield Armory's latest offerings is in its XD-M Elite line, a 3.8" barreled compact handgun chambered for the hard-hitting 10 mm Auto cartridge.

Making Remington Shotshells

Remington Ammunition loads every kind of cartridge used by today's firearm enthusiasts, but the company is particularly known for its line of shotshells. Here's how they're made.

I Have This Old Gun: Remington 700 BDL

After Winchester came out with its iconic Model 70, Remington Arms had catching up to do in the sporting-rifle market. Eventually, its answer was the Model 700, a gun that became one of the most recognized bolt-action designs of all time.

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