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.
Decades after Roy Weatherby put his time, money and life’s work into making rifles and cartridges, the Weatherby Vanguard, formerly a bit player in the Weatherby saga, has risen to become the firm’s most popular rifle—and with good reason.
Technological innovation has been the driver of the American experience—and the American firearm industry—since the days of the frontier longrifle. And even with the usual—and, increasingly, not-so-usual—stresses bearing down on our society today, it continues to result in products that stand as examples of hope that the American spirit is alive and well.
Weatherby's Orion, made in Turkey by ATA, is one of the most popular over-under shotguns sold on GunBroker.
Weatherby has announced two new Mark V rifles, the Backcountry and Backcountry Ti, chambered in an all-new Weatherby magnum cartridge, the 6.5 Wby. RPM (Rebated Precision Magnum).
Weatherby has announced a 30 percent reduction in the price of Select Plus Weatherby ammunition.