Windam Weaponry

Windham Weaponry: Makers Of ARs & More

For Richard Dyke, previous owner of Bushmaster, his legacy has evolved under a new banner, Windham Weaponry, which continues to manufacture a number of AR-type rifles and pistols to this day.

Tested: Windham Weaponry 9 mm GMC Carbine

This quality AR manufacturer feeds the country's growing 9 mm PCC appetite with new Glock magazine compatible options.

Tested: Windham Weaponry .450 Thumper AR-15 Pistol

Scratch your big-bore handgun and rifle-action pistol itch with this handy gas-impingement operated AR-15 semi-auto.

Tested: Windham Weaponry Do-It-Yourself SRC AR-15 Kit

Enjoy a better-than-basic .300 BLK carbine at a fair price by assembling the lower yourself with Windham Weaponry's SRC AR-15 kit.

SHOT Show 2018: Windham Weaponry .450 Thumper Pistol

Have you been feeling a little blue because you haven't been able to find a semi-automatic handgun chambered for straight-walled, big-bore cartridges like the .450 Bushmaster?

Tested: Windham Weaponry RMCS-4 Multi-Caliber Rifle Kit

Windham Weaponry recently decided to take AR-15 modularity to the next level and to reduce the cost of converting a rifle to fire another cartridge with its Multi-Caliber System (MCS).

Windham Weaponry RMCS-4 Multi-Caliber Rifle Kit

This rifle's interchangeable barrels, bolt carrier groups and magazine wells takes AR-15 modularity to the next level with everything needed to shoot four different cartridges tucked neatly into a single case.

Review: Windham Weaponry SRC-308

This gas-impingement .308 Win/7.62 NATO semi-auto rifle blends proprietary parts with standard AR-15 components to reduce its overall weight.

Windham Weaponry .308 SRC

John Clark of Windham Weaponry shows us the latest offerings on the floor of SHOT Show 2014.

Windham Weaponry SRC

Windham Weaponry is destined to make a name for itself in the realm of AR-type rifles.

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