Citori, Cynergy, BLR Lightweight, BLR Lightweight '81, A-Bolt II, X-Bolt, BT-99, BL-22 Rifle, Auto-22 Rifle, T-Bolt, BPS (all), and Gold 10 ga. (production for these firearms have been at the Miroku factory in Japan starting with the BT-99 in the late 1960s. In 1970 the over and under Citori (made by Miroku) would gradually replace John M. Browning’s Superposed model as the the key product in the Browning line. In about 1973 the Browning Pump Shotgun (BPS) began production at the Miroku factory, and in 1976 production of the legendary Auto-5 shotgun made the move from Belgium factories to Miroku, in Japan. The others followed as they were introduced.
Buck Mark 22 Pistols, Buck Mark 22 rifles, 1911-380 and 1911-22. The facility for these firearms is just south of or corporate office, in Salt Lake City. This highly sophisticated manufacturing plant gets very little attention. Yet it is a highly efficient operation making quality 22 caliber and 380 caliber pistols -- clearly some of the most interesting and desirable Browning firearms being made today.
R&D -- Utah and Around the World
We also have sister R&D departments at each factory and at the world famous Fabrique Nationale factory in Liege, Belgium. This brings to bear a combined expertise for design and quality manufacturing that is unequaled in the world.
Over the years a few guns have been made elswhere, for example the BDA 380 Autoloading pistol (which is no longer in production) was made in Italy.