Springfield Armory is introducing a Flat Dark Earth (FDE) color-tone variant in several categories, starting with the M1A Loaded
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If you’re attending the 2015 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Nashville, today is your last chance to check out some new firearms and accessories
Cheaper Than Dirt! announces its participation in Springfield Armory’s XS-S Spring Essentials Weekend promotion and giveaway!
The M1 redefined the combat rifle and the M14 was an improvement in many infantrymen’s eyes. The M14 continued as
Concealed carry is all about, well… being able to conceal the firearm. Springfield is looking to take this concept to
At the 2015 SHOT Show, competitive shooting legend Rob Leatham runs through Springfield Armory’s new Loaded M1A Series rifle with
Over a century after its introduction, and the 1911 is still a top war fighter, self-defense and target pistol. The original
Concealed carry enthusiasts are no strangers to Springfield’s XD Series of pistols. Starting with the XD, they soon clamored the
Springfield Armory changed the shooting community’s perception of high power in a small package with the introduction of the
After deploying a steel frame handgun for many years I have come to appreciate lightweight (LW) frame handguns. Aluminum frame revolvers
If you are a big 1911 fan, you have probably heard of Springfield Armory’s Professional Model 1911. And if you
Today we see a great deal of revisionist history in the media, often tainted with rose-colored glasses and a personal agenda. Young people seem to demand more continuity from their comic book epics than from their history professors. However, when you level the criticisms and fallacies toward a firearm that has served Americans well for over 100 years it is more than irritating. When that same firearm has saved your life more than once, perhaps it is time for a report.
In terms of American military long arms, very little attention is given to a predecessor of the much-heralded M1903 and M1 Garand, the Springfield Trapdoor. Produced for over 20 years, the Springfield Trapdoor experienced many changes throughout its life. The rifle would take its place in history just after the Civil War—despite the justifiable hesitation of many military personnel who were all too aware of the superiority of repeaters and magazine fed rifles.
Springfield Armory® is initiating this voluntary safety recall to upgrade 3.3 XD-S™ 9mm and 3.3 XD-S™ .45ACP pistols with new components, which eliminate the possibility of a potentially dangerous condition. We want to emphasize that no injuries have been reported to date.
We all know the guns, but how many of us also know the story behind the name…
The moniker, “Springfield Armory” has a history all its own going as far back as the Revolutionary War days and is credited with playing a key role in the birth of our country.
Glock fans, somewhat disappointed with their announcement of the Glock 30S might consider Springfield’s latest, the Springfield Armory XD-S. Everyone was hoping for a single-stack 9mm from Glock. However, Springfield beats them to the punch.
“It is better to burn out then to fade away.” Thus it was for one of the shortest-lived standard-issued battle rifles for the U. S. military. A firearm sandwiched in between the great M1 Garand and the M16, historically speaking this gun barely made a showing on the battlefield. However, in its brief appearance it made such an impression that it is once again being called in the line of duty. That rifle is the United States 7.62mm M14.