Winchester's New Haven facility closed in March 2006, thus ending a century-and-a-half tradition of military and sporting rifles being made in that city. The contributions of the Winchester factory to the security of this country and the pleasure that its products have given generations of sportsmen must be remembered.
Speer and CCI Ammunition announced the implementation and production of Catalyst lead-free priming technology, an extremely clean-burning, efficient compound aimed to improve accuracy and safety and built in their U.S.-based, Lewiston, Idaho, facility.
There’s a lot for everyone in Standard Manufacturing's guns. The fact that they’re made in a region of the nation many consider the cradle of American gunmaking—where the skills and attention to detail are still family tradition—is icing on the cake.
A multi-million-dollar, 100,000 sq.-ft. expansion project is underway at Federal Ammunition, an effort company president states will "improve efficiency in our manufacturing process."
Just when it seems the firearm industry has exhausted itself by way of striving to keep up with demand for existing models, it’s a pleasant surprise to learn that, behind the scenes, engineers and marketing folks have been working on new offerings that have either been created from whole cloth, are significantly revised or are unfamiliar to the American market.