Weatherby: Setting Up Shop in Wyoming

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posted on March 8, 2019
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Weatherby, Inc. is nearing the final steps in the move to Sheridan, Wyo., from Paso Robles, Calif., having established residency in the new Sheridan facility March 1, 2019.
 
“When you see the words ‘Sheridan, WY’ stamped in the side of a Mark V action, it just looks right. We are excited to see the beginning of our manufacturing in Sheridan, Wyoming,” said Adam Weatherby.




The first firearms to be built in the Sheridan facility will be the new Wyoming Commemorative rifles, both the Gold (top) and the Silver version (below), which will be chambered in the world-famous .300 Wby. Mag. and will feature the widely recognizable “Bucking Horse and Rider” engraved on the floor plate. The Gold version will feature highly figured exhibition grade walnut and the Silver version will feature beautiful AAA walnut. Both Gold and Silver stocks will feature a custom designed mountain scene integrated into the classic fine line checkering. The receivers are highly decorated with beautiful engravings. The Gold version will also have gold and silver barrel bands and will include a custom felt lined leather case.
 



 
The Gold Commemorative has an MSRP of $10,000.00 with serial numbers starting at WY000001. The Silver Commemorative has an MSRP at $6,500.00 with serial numbers starting at WY000501.
 
More information on the new Sheridan, Wyo., facility, visit can be found on Weatherby’s various social media channels, including a full video walk-through and discussion of the facility.
 
For purchasing information about the new Wyoming Commemorative visit Weatherby.com .

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