Since its release in 2008, Browing's X-Bolt bolt action rifle design has grown to include 30 different versions available in five different barrel lengths, with 10 chambering to choose from.
It is said that the Winchester Model 1873 lever-action rifle is one of the guns that "Won the West." The same could also be said for its cartridge which still lives on to this day, the .44-40 Winchester, the history of which is explored here.
His firearms have figured significantly in history for more than a century, but John Moses Browning had a method of inventing that is only now being fully understood—and may come as quite a surprise.
Chambered in .25 ACP, the Baby Browning micro handgun design was a popular option for a pocket pistol imported from Europe during the 1950s and 1960s.
Browning has expanded its straight-pull, bolt-action lineup to include a target-ready rimfire with features hunters and plinkers will enjoy, too.
From Pearl Harbor until the Japanese surrender, the AN/M2 .50-cal. Browning machine gun served in the air, on land and at sea, and was a part of every major American battle in every theater of operations around the world. It was the unsung hero of American firepower during World War II.
It was the first successful semi-automatic shotgun design, and its 96 years of production are a tribute to the enduring genius of John Moses Browning.