"The Winchester 1300 Shotgun" was first introduced in around 1981, when the US Repeating Arms Company (USRAC) took over production of the 'Winchester' brand guns from the Olin / Winchester corporation. In fact, the model 1300 was a slightly modified version of the previous Winchester model 1200 shotgun, which was manufactured by Olin /Winchester between 1964 and 1980.

"The Winchester 1300 Shotgun" was first introduced in around 1981, when the US Repeating Arms Company (USRAC) took over production of the 'Winchester' brand guns from the Olin / Winchester corporation. In fact, the model 1300 was a slightly modified version of the previous Winchester model 1200 shotgun, which was manufactured by Olin /Winchester between 1964 and 1980.

1887 Lever Action Shotgun 12-Gauge 28” Blue Barrel - Designed by John Browning for the Winchester Repeating Arms Company, this model was considered the first of many successful repeating shotguns. A favorite of collectors and cowboy action shooters, the firearm is also ideal for hunting, with a five-shell magazine plus one in the chamber. It is fast and accurate, with a reliable safety. Stock and forearm are American walnut. Features case-hardened frame and blue barrel. Blue frame finish…

1887 Lever Action Shotgun Blue Barrel with Case Hardened Frame, Walnut Stock, Model

Winchester Model 1894 PCMR lever-action rifle    Manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company in New Haven, Connecticut for the Canadian Pacific Coast Militia Rangers, a group of trappers, hunters and other locals of the West coast of Canada armed for the purpose of fighting a possible Japanese invasion.

Winchester Model 1894 PCMR lever-action rifle Manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company in New Haven, Connecticut for the Canadian Pacific Coast Militia Rangers, a group of trappers, hunters and other locals of the West coast of Canada armed for the purpose of fighting a possible Japanese invasion.

Henry 1860 repeating rifle    Manufactured by the New Haven Arms Company c.1860 - serial number 64.  .44RF Henry 16-round-magazine, lever action repeater, iron receiver.  Only the second to 355th Henry rifles didn’t have its signature brass receiver. This one was used in the Confederate cavalry unit Buckner’s guides during the American Civil War.

Henry 1860 repeating rifle Manufactured by the New Haven Arms Company c.1860 - serial number 64. .44RF Henry 16-round-magazine, lever action repeater, iron receiver. Only the second to 355th Henry rifles didn’t have its signature brass receiver. This one was used in the Confederate cavalry unit Buckner’s guides during the American Civil War.

Blue Anodize AR15 style rifle , Assualt Rifle custom from Edward Arms Company in Phoenix Arizona. Custom Coated in Blue Anodize Mil-Spec takes on a whole new meaning

Blue Anodize style rifle , Assualt Rifle custom from Edward Arms Company in Phoenix Arizona. Custom Coated in Blue or Lime Green Anodize Mil-Spec takes on a whole new meaning

Henry 1860 repeating rifle Manufactured by the New Haven Arms Company c.1860 - serial number 64. .44RF Henry 16-round-magazine, lever action repeater, iron receiver.

Henry 1860 repeating rifle Manufactured by the New Haven Arms Company - serial number Henry lever action repeater, iron receiver.

BAR Browning Automatic Rifle --- también conocido como M1918. Este rifle, diseño de John Moses Browning y producido tras su muerte por la Browning Arms Company, fue utilizado por Estados Unidos, desde 1918 hasta más allá de terminada la Segunda Guerra Mundial (1945).

Algunas armas utilizadas en la Segunda Guerra Mundial

BAR Browning Automatic Rifle --- también conocido como M1918. Este rifle, diseño de John Moses Browning y producido tras su muerte por la Browning Arms Company, fue utilizado por Estados Unidos, desde 1918 hasta más allá de terminada la Segunda Guerra Mundial (1945).

riflepistolshotgun: Desirable Rare Large Frame Smith & Wesson Lever Action Magazine Pistol Predecessor to the more frequently encountered brass frame “volcanic”, this is a rare example of the 8 inch barrel 38 caliber “lever action magazine pistol” manufactured by Smith & Wesson Repeating Arms Company which began manufacturing in 1854. The company would be reorganized a year later, 1855, as the Volcanic Repeating Arms Company and the rest is history. Smith & Wesson focused their efforts to…

riflepistolshotgun: Desirable Rare Large Frame Smith & Wesson Lever Action Magazine Pistol Predecessor to the more frequently encountered brass frame “volcanic”, this is a rare example of the 8 inch barrel 38 caliber “lever action magazine pistol” manufactured by Smith & Wesson Repeating Arms Company which began manufacturing in 1854. The company would be reorganized a year later, 1855, as the Volcanic Repeating Arms Company and the rest is history. Smith & Wesson focused their efforts to…

© Provided by IBT US A team of security researchers at Google discovered and blocked a new family of Android malware developed by a cyber arms company that may have its roots in state-sponsored spying efforts. The malware—known as Lipizzan—contained references within its code to an Israeli...

© Provided by IBT US A team of security researchers at Google discovered and blocked a new family of Android malware developed by a cyber arms company that may have its roots in state-sponsored spying efforts. The malware—known as Lipizzan—contained references within its code to an Israeli...

Designed by Benjamin Tyler Henry, the Henry Rifle was considered one of the most advanced weapons of its day. The toggle-link action was nearly identical to that used in the Smith & Wesson volcanic pistols and the Volcanics manufactured by the Volcanic Repeating Arms Company.

Designed by Benjamin Tyler Henry, the Henry Rifle was considered one of the most advanced weapons of its day. The toggle-link action was nearly identical to that used in the Smith & Wesson volcanic pistols and the Volcanics manufactured by the Volcanic Repeating Arms Company.

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Winchester Model 1894 PCMR lever-action rifle    Manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company in New Haven, Connecticut for the Canadian Pacific Coast Militia Rangers, a group of trappers, hunters and other locals of the West coast of Canada armed for the purpose of fighting a possible Japanese invasion.

Winchester Model 1894 PCMR lever-action rifle Manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company in New Haven, Connecticut for the Canadian Pacific Coast Militia Rangers, a group of trappers, hunters and other locals of the West coast of Canada armed for the purpose of fighting a possible Japanese invasion.

Fire Engine Red EAC Custom Build from Edward Arms Company in Phoenix Arizona. EOTech from L3 communications and Custom Anodize AR15 style rifle

This week on Cool Guns of The Internet. Todays post is brought to you by the color Red and real life video game guns.All you have to do is send us a picture of your firearms via email, at “pictures…

Marlin Fire Arms Company Vintage Advertising Tin Pub Sign

Marlin Fire Arms Company Vintage Advertising Tin Pub Sign

Creationists beware: Cosmic inflation: ‘Spectacular’ discovery hailed | A Tippling Philosopher

Guns and Violence - Vatican Bank is the main shareholder in ‘Pietro Beretta’ arms company.

Third Model 1876 Carbine, serial number 45704, manufactured by Winchester Repeating Arms Company, 1884. Owned by President Theodore Roosevelt; engraved by Louis D. Nimschke. Acquisition made possible in part by Paul S. and June A. Ebensteiner. Autry National Center; 85.5.2

Third Model 1876 Carbine, serial number manufactured by Winchester Repeating Arms Company, Owned by President Theodore Roosevelt; engraved by Louis D. Acquisition made possible in part by Paul S.

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