Brownells Now Selling Firearms

posted on November 10, 2016

For nearly eight decades shooters have relied upon Brownells for many of their gun-related tools, parts and accessory needs, and now the company is expanding its online sales by offering actual firearms (to be shipped to the FFL dealer of your choice). Beginning Nov. 9, 2016, shooters will be able to browse through and purchase rifles, shotguns and handguns directly through

“We’ve been a gun company from the beginning,” said Pete Brownell, chief executive officer for Brownells. “For 77 years, we’ve serviced all corners of the firearms market–new shooters to gunsmiths. This is just one example of many upcoming programs we’ll be launching to serve every portion of the gun industry.”

To peruse the company’s stock of available guns, simply click on the new “Firearms” tab at the top of the Brownell’s homepage. At launch, will feature more than 3,500 production firearms from several dozen of the industry’s most popular manufacturers; including Daniel Defense, Glock, Remington, Ruger, SIG Sauer, Smith & Wesson and Winchester.

With the addition of firearms to its already expansive catalog, Brownells hopes to cement itself as a one-stop shop for all the gun enthusiast’s needs.


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