RGSL uses a variety of guns to help train people. Although the line-up might vary from day-to-day, here’s our current arsenal:

  • Girsan “Yavuz 16″/Beretta 92FS clone, chambered in 9x19mm. Made in Turkey, black finish, tactical rail, decocking lever, safety switch, loaded-chamber indicator
  • Glock 37, Gen. 3 pistol chambered in .45GAP. Made in Austria, has a laser sight and black finish
  • Charter Arms “Pathfinder” double-action revolver chambered in .22, dark/walnut grips with blued frame
  • Cimarron Firearms “Plinkster” single-action revolver chambered for .22LR, matte-black non-ferrous alloy frame
  • Marlin “Model 1936″ World War II lever-action rifle chambered in .30-30, with Pacific Coast Militia Rangers (Canadian military) markings
  • Lakefield “Mark II “bolt-action rifle, chambered in .22LR, walnut-stained, open sights
  • Ruger “10/22″ semi-automatic rifle, chambered in .22LR, wood stock with 4×20 scope and 10-round BX-10 magazine
  • Mossberg “715 Tactical Plinkster” semi-automatic rifle, chambered in .22LR, with ATI “AR-15 all-black” stock, red/green dot scope, pistol grip, and flash-suppressor
  • Norinco 12-gauge 3-inch-max “YL-12″/Ithica 37 pump-action shotgun
  • “Type 56″ Chinese military SKS semi-automatic rifle, chambered in 7.62x39mm Soviet, with aftermarket 6-position adjustable T6 TAPCO composite olive-drab stock and fixed bayonet
  • New England Firearms 20-gauge 3-inch-max “SB1 Pardner Youth” break-action shotgun
  • Traditions .50 caliber break-action “Vortek UltraLight” muzzleloader, with mossy oak treestand camouflage pattern, recoil pad and thumbhole stock