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Shoot Better!

  • Experience steady crosshairs
  • Mitigate recoil
  • Manage –reduced- recoil better
  • Reacquire your target faster
  • Spot your own shots
  • Rest your bipod on vertical surfaces (e.g. trees, walls)
  • Correct canting through the rotating tubes (lock your bipod and leave it alone!)

Winchester Repeating Arms, an iconic name synonymous with American firearms, has its roots set deep in the annals of U.S. history. Established in 1866, the company was originally known as the Volcanic Repeating Arms Company. Its early forays into firearms manufacturing were characterized by innovative designs, most notably the lever-action mechanism that allowed for quicker firing than traditional firearms of the era.

Oliver Winchester, an astute businessman, soon took over the company, rebranding it as the Winchester Repeating Arms Company. Under his leadership, the company would introduce the Winchester Model 1866, affectionately known as the “Yellow Boy.” This rifle, with its distinctive brass frame, set the stage for a series of legendary firearms that would earn Winchester a storied reputation.

The subsequent decades saw the company releasing some of the most iconic rifles in history, such as the Winchester Model 1873, often referred to as “The Gun that Won the West.” This was followed by the Model 1894, which became one of the most popular hunting rifles ever made.

Beyond its famed rifles, Winchester’s impact on the world of firearms is manifold. It pioneered advancements in ammunition, produced arms for the U.S. military during both World Wars, and shaped the very ethos of the American frontier. Today, the Winchester name remains emblematic of craftsmanship, innovation, and an enduring American legacy.