Where are Browning firearms manufactured?
Shown is an original Browning Single Shot rifle. This rifle was made at a small "factory" set up by John and his Brothers in Ogden, Utah, in 1878. After a run of approximately 600 rifles, the license to build the rifle was sold to Winchester Repeating Arms and it became the famed Winchester 1885 Single Shot. It was the first and last production Browning rifle manufactured in Ogden. Photo courtesy the Cody Firearms Museum.
Our Arnold, Missouri facility is our primary warehouse and distribution center. If you own a Browning it was handled by one of the men and women who prepare and ship Browning firearms and other products all across the U.S. and to Canada. Arnold, Missouri is also where our Service Center resides. If you have ever sent in a Browning firearm to us for service or restoration, one of our expert gunsmiths or technicians working in Arnold did the job.
Canada. Our Canadian facility serves the special requirments of the huge numbers of hunters and shooters in Canada. The facility includes normal business functions such as customer service, some warehousing and shipping. The staff at the Canada office works with dealers all across Canada.