Video—ARTV: Remington 200, Part 1

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posted on October 29, 2018
The oldest and arguably most prolific firearm manufacturer in America, Remington has much for which to be admired. From its humble beginnings in 1816, this little company went on to produce numerous fabled firearms, such as the 1841 Mississippi Rifle, and the Model 11 and 8 autoloaders, designed by that veritable institution, John Moses Browning. Remington was so successful in fact, that for a brief period in its history it flirted with aspirations toward a larger scale of manufacturing, building typewriters, fire engines, streetcars and even bridges, before the stretch forced a restructuring. For more on the history of this classic American company, check out this feature segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV










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