Oliver Winchester not bad for a Shirt Salesman!

Oliver Winchester Winchester c. 1847 Born Oliver Fisher Winchester November 30, 1810 Boston, Massachusetts Died December 11, 1880 (age 70) New Haven, Connecticut Occupation Winchester Repeating Arms Company Spouse(s) Jane Ellen Hope Children Ann Rebecca Winchester (1835–1864) William Wirt Winchester (1837–1881) Hannah Jane Winchester Parent(s) Samuel Winchester Hannah Bates Oliver Fisher Winchester (November 30, 1810 – December 11, … Continue reading “Oliver Winchester not bad for a Shirt Salesman!”

Desert Eagle 50 AE

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A brief outline of the History of The Winchester Repeating Arms Company

Winchester Repeating Arms Company Industry firearms Predecessor Volcanic Repeating Arms Company, New Haven Arms Company Founded 1866; 151 years ago Founder Oliver Winchester Headquarters New Haven, Connecticut, United States Key people Benjamin Tyler Henry, Oliver Winchester, T. C. Johnson, Edwin Pugsley John browning Products rifles, pistols, shotguns, ammunition, shooting accessories Parent Olin Corporation (Ammunition) Herstal Group (Firearms) Website www.winchesterguns.com www.winchester.com The Winchester Repeating Arms Company was … Continue reading “A brief outline of the History of The Winchester Repeating Arms Company”

The 5mm Caliber Ammo – God there sure is a sh*tload of them!

5 mm caliber From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article lists firearm cartridges which have a bullet in the 5 millimetres (0.20 in) to 6 millimetres (0.24 in) caliber range. Length refers to the cartridge case length. OAL refers to the overall length of the cartridge. All measurements are in imm (in). Contents 1Rimfire cartridges 2Pistol cartridges 3Revolver cartridges 4Rifle cartridges 5See also 6References Rimfire cartridges … Continue reading “The 5mm Caliber Ammo – God there sure is a sh*tload of them!”