There are handguns, and then there are legends. The 1911 pistol was not designed for economy of manufacture or to…Read More >
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When you look over the 1911 handgun and its many good attributes, you realize someone had a good grasp of…Read More >
Springfield Armory has become one of the most trusted names in 1911 handguns. They began offering an affordable 1911 GI-type…Read More >
I own several of the original Springfield SAINT 5.56 NATO rifles. I find them good rifles and among the best…Read More >
There’s a new contender in the world of CCW (Concealed Carry Weapons)… The Springfield Armory Hellcat 3″ Micro-Compact Handgun. Similar…Read More >
Springfield’s recent introduction of a high-capacity small-frame 9mm marks a high point in polymer-frame pistols, at least in my opinion.…Read More >
I own a number of nice 1911-type handguns. Several are high-end custom handguns with super fitting, tight tolerances, a crisp…Read More >
Cartridge selection is critical when deciding on a new rifle. For example, should you select the flashy new 6.5 Creedmoor or venerable .308? The answer depends of factors such as whether you will be hunting, if you plan on shooting 500 or 1,000 yards, recoil tolerance, availability, and several other factors tackled by the author in this head-to-head review.
Springfield Armory has recently introduced one of the neatest, most compact, and useful .380 ACP handguns in the past decade. That is a bold statement, but this is a fine handgun sure to be enjoyed by many shooters. I normally include a spec sheet at the end of the report, but the size of the 911 is among the things that are most interesting, so I will discuss size first.
From 1959 to 1970, the M14 served with distinction as the standard-issue rifle of the United States military. When Springfield Armory in Geneseo, IL, made the civilian legal variant—the M1A—available to the public in 1974, shooters were finally able to enjoy the same rifle that so many servicemen had utilized in the past. This video outlines the challenge of building and shooting the M1A. For a limited time, Springfield is offering three additional magazines for free too!