Tag: Winchester

Winchester’s Magazine-Fed M1 Garand Variants at the Cody Museum, Courtesy Forgotten Weapons

In the fourth part of the series of articles I am writing on the Lightweight Rifle program of the 1940s and ’50s, we looked at some of the experimental rifles that were being tested and evaluated during and just after World War II as potential replacements for or [Read More…]

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India Restarts Rifle Program (Again), Solicits for 7.62x51mm Rifles, Not 5.56x45mm

It feels like déjà vu: India has once again issued a Request For Information (RFI) for a new rifle, this time in 7.62x51mm NATO caliber. The RFI was reportedly issued on the 27th of September, making it two and a half months between the nation’s government [Read More…]

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More on the Winchester-Burton Machine Rifle, from Forgotten Weapons

One of the early automatic rifles that has caught my interest for several years going now is the Winchester Machine Rifle, also known as the Burton Machine Rifle or the Light Machine Rifle. The Burton – as I’ll call it for the purposes of today’s post [Read More…]

Super X3 Ultimate Sporting Adjustable Winchester 572

Sub Sonic .22 Magnum

I came across these the Saturday before SHOT Show 2016. Winchester makes a sub-sonic round in .22 Magnum. I didn’t think such thing existed. Somewhat like a Unicorn. It is mystical and rumored. Many say it doesn’t exist and is impractical. Well this unicorn [Read More…]

Winchester’s 150th Anniversary Safe

Winchester was founded in 1866 and as you all know the legendary company is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year. That celebration kicked off at SHOT and will be continuing throughout the year. Next on the celebration agenda is an anniversary safe which was part [Read More…]

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Winchester Slug Rebate

For the FNH USA 3Gun Championship match, I needed some rifled slugs to use in my Mossberg 930 JM Pro. While I was returning from visiting NYC CNC in Ohio, I stopped at Cabela’s in Triadelphia, WV. I bought two packs of 15rd Winchester Super-X Rifled Slugs. They [Read More…]

POTD: Off Duty Carry

Andrew sent us this nifty photo of the 9mm Smith & Wesson Shield pistol that is his off duty carry. He told us his ammunition of choice is 147 grain  Ranger-T, Winchester’s 3rd generation penetrating hollow point  (1st. gen was the infamous Black Talon).

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Navy Arms 1873 Rifles

Navy Arms announced they are now selling reproduction Winchester 1873 rifles. These rifles are made by Winchester Repeating Arms and finished by Turnbull Restorations. Rifles will be made in both .45 Colt and .357 Magnum calibers. The receiver and metal furniture will [Read More…]

Winchester TV launches 8.6.14

Winchester is launching WinchesterTV.com tomorrow. Here’s what I heard from their PR team: Get ready to change the way you watch your favorite Winchester TV shows with an industry-first online TV platform – WinchesterTV.com! Watch over 200 full-length episodes [Read More…]