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Howa's Model 1500: A Value-Driven Turn-Bolt Rifle

In 1959 Japanese manufacturer Howa Machinery imported its first bolt-action hunting rifle stateside in limited numbers. Today, through its U.S. importer Legacy Sports Int'l, there is no shortage of chamberings, stocks, barrel lengths and configurations from which to choose in the Howa Model 1500 lineup. Each come with a lifetime warranty and sub-moa guarantee.

Weatherby Mark V: History & Disassembly

The Weatherby Mark V represented a new direction for the company in 1954. While earlier Weatherbys had been built on outsourced actions, Weatherby now had its own proprietary design.

.270 Wby. Mag.: The Original Weatherby

Seventy years after Roy Weatherby unveiled his namesake company, his first big-game offering, the .270 Wby. Mag., remains among the best long-range cartridges to date.

ARTV: Making the Weatherby Mark V

In this 2012 ARTV segment, Aaron Carter visits the Weatherby plant in Paso Robles, Calif., to see how the renowned Mark V rifle is built.

Ed Weatherby on Weatherby

NRA Editorial Director John Zent recently sat down with the president of Weatherby, Ed Weatherby, to discuss guns, the company's history and the "Weatherby Mystique."

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