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U.S. Repeating Arms Company
Private
Industryfirearms
FateBankruptcy
PredecessorWinchester Repeating Arms Company
Founded1981
FounderEmployees of Winchester Repeating Arms Company
Defunct1989
Headquarters,
Area served
Worldwide
ProductsRifles, Shotguns, Ammunition
ParentFabrique Nationale de Herstal
Websitehttp://www.winchesterguns.com/

The U.S. Repeating Arms Company. Inc. (USRAC) is the current business name of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company, famous for making Winchester rifles.

USRAC's predecessor company adopted the Winchester name in 1866 when Oliver Winchester reorganized the New Haven Arms Company and changed its name to the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. In 1931, Western Cartridge Company (later Olin Corporation) purchased Winchester Repeating Arms and combined with it to form Winchester-Western.

In 1981, The U.S. Repeating Arms Company was formed by Winchester employees to purchase the rights to manufacture Winchester-brand rifles and shotguns in New Haven, Connecticut, under license from Olin Corporation.

In 1989, after bankruptcy of the employee-organized corporation, USRAC was taken over by Fabrique Nationale de Herstal (FN), a Belgium-based international group producing firearms.

In early 2006, it was announced that the plant in New Haven would close and production of several Winchester rifles would cease worldwide; some models would be continued in plants outside the United States.[1] This has changed, as according to Winchester Repeating Arms' website, Winchester guns are still being produced by FN in both the US and Belgium.[citation needed]

Production of ammunition and cartridge components under the Winchester Ammunition Inc. name was retained by Olin, not licensed to USRAC.

Industrial activity in Newhallville was reduced drastically after 1965, when Winchester, at that time the largest employer in New Haven, decided to move its main production line to East Alton, Illinois.[1] After a machinists' strike in the late 1970s, the plant was sold to U.S. Repeating Arms.[2] The neighborhood's long history of arms production finally ended completely in 2006, when the U.S. Repeating Arms factory closed, laying off 186 workers.[3][4]

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  1. ^Bowie, Nicholas (Spring 2009). 'Poison Ivy: The Problem of Tax Exemption in a Deindustrializing City, Yale and New Haven, 1967-1973'. Foundations. 3 (2): 61–90.
  2. ^Associated Press, 'Gun that Won the West' becoming just part of history, USA Today, January 18, 2006
  3. ^Tess Wheelwright, The Last Good-Bye, The New Haven Independent, March 30, 2006, and Paul Bass, The Earth Moves On Winchester, The New Haven Independent, August 11, 2009
  4. ^Out With A Bang: The Loss of the Classic Winchester Is Loaded With Symbolism, Washington Post, January 21, 2006

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Winchester Arms Serial Number Lookup
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Winchester Model 1906
TypeSlide-ActionRimfire rifle
Place of originUnited States
Production history
DesignerJohn Browning and Matthew Browning
ManufacturerWinchester Repeating Arms Company
Produced1906-1932
No. built731,862
VariantsWinchester Model 1890, Winchester Model 62
Specifications
Caliber.22 Short, .22 Long, .22 Long Rifle
ActionSlide-Action
Feed systemTubular magazine. Capacities: 22 Short, 15 cartridges; 22 Long, 12 cartridges; 22 Long Rifle 11 cartridges.[1]

The Winchester Model 1906 was a .22 caliber slide-action takedown rifle manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company from 1906-1932 with a total production of 729,305 built.

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The Winchester Model 1906 was designed as a more inexpensive companion to the popular Model 1890, the main differences being the 1906's flat shotgun-style butt plate and rounded barrel, as opposed to the 1890s crescent butt plate and octagon barrel. When the Model 1906 first became available, it was chambered exclusively for the .22 Short cartridge, however this was modified after serial number 113,000 (in the second year of production, 1908) when it was made to cycle .22 Long and .22 Long Rifle interchangeably in order to ensure the rifle's continued popularity.[2] There were three different variants produced by Winchester; the .22 Short Model, the Standard Model, and the Expert Model.[3] The .22 Short Model was made until 1908, when the caliber modification came about. It was distinguishable by its flat, plain slide grip. The Standard Model was introduced after the 1908 change, and featured a grooved slide grip, while the Expert Model, the deluxe version produced from 1918 to 1924, had a plain fluted slide grip and a pistol gripped stock. The Expert Model was a favorite of Theodore Roosevelt's children and cousins.[4] Although production ended officially in 1932, a small number of Model 1906 rifles were built out of spare parts left in the factory until 1936. The last known serial number is 847,997, which does not match the number of rifles sold. This is attributed to the fact that large blocks of serial numbers were skipped during production.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^Henshaw, Thomas (1993). The History of Winchester Firearms 1866-1992. Winchester Press. p. 63. ISBN0-8329-0503-8.
  2. ^http://www.homesteadfirearms.com
  3. ^Weaponeer.net
  4. ^Treasures of the NRA National Firearms Museum, page 66
  5. ^Weaponeer.net

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