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Big Green Is Back: Remington Ammo Plant Working 24/7

Remington Ammunition President Jason Vanderbrink announced that "the Big Green is back" and showcased the company's Lonoke, Ark. plant.

Remington 7600: Still a Popular Pump-Action Rifle

Despite Remington's bankruptcy, those who appreciate pump-action rifles are still flocking to the Remington 7600.

Marlin Tops Lever-Action Best Seller List in 2020

Despite Remington's bankruptcy, the Marlin Model 1894 took the No. 2 best-seller slot of lever-action rifles in 2020, according to GunBroker sales statistics.

Marlin Centerfire Rifles Coming Later in 2021

Ruger purchased the Marlin brand from Remington's bankruptcy, and the company is planning to get centerfire rifles produced later this year.

Remington Offers Jobs Back Amid Union Concerns

Remington has offered jobs back to nearly 200 of the 585 employees let go at the company's Ilion, NY, plant.

Remington V3 Field Sport: A Popular Shotgun Gone?

Remington's V3 Field Sport was one of the most popular shotguns sold in 2019. Will we ever see it made again?

The Keefe Report: The Future of Remington Arms

The future for Remington Arms certainly looks different, but thanks to Roundhill Group, the oldest name in American firearms might actually have a future.

Ruger to Acquire Marlin Firearms

Following the ruling of the United States Bankruptcy Court, Ruger's bid for Marlin Firearms was officially approved.

Judge to Rule on Remington Bankruptcy Sale

If the sale of Remington Outdoor assets is approved, then a number of companies under the Remington Outdoor conglomerate will go elsewhere.

Fear & Loading: Financial Strife at a Pair of Industry Firms

Hudson Manufacturing, which introduced the 9 mm H9 semi-auto pistol in January 2018, filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy on March 14, citing between $10 million and $50 million in liabilities and less than $50,000 in assets.

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