ot long ago a good friend and occasional client came into the shop with a recent acquisition that he thought we might find interesting. A closer look at the gun, however, raised a number of questions about where, exactly, it was made and, though this may seem odd, why. By the late 1870s Remington was making a vast range of products that were being sold worldwide. Remington & Sons “lifter” shotgun dating from between 18, very well made, and in wonderful near-original condition. Remington & Sons, New York & London,” which is most unusual.A few reasons cited are: There is probably some kernel of truth to all of them.
These pages were scanned from documents compiled over the years by the customer service department of Winchester Repeating Arms.
These were retail outlets, but one presumes the main business activity was managing the sale of handguns and rolling-block military rifles.
Military sales declined sharply after the 1860s, and the company’s diversification into consumer products was driven by the need to keep a large plant in the US and its workforce busy.
Investigators said a break in the case took place in the past week, after the Sheriff’s Office published photos of a suspect vehicle.
Those photos were provided by a neighbor of one break-in victim in New Salem and were taken with a home security system.