Saturday, December 27, 2014

Southern Gun Manufacturing

Via Billy


 Via comment by Anonymous: Barnes  Apex, NC

 Via comment by Anonymous: LaRue Tactical  850 CR 177, Leander Tx 78641.

1) Ashbury Precision Ordnance, Ruckersville, VA
2) Sturm, Ruger, Mayodan, NC
3) Para USA, Pineville, NC
4) FNH USA/Winchester, Columbia, SC
5) Ithaca Gun, Aynor, SC
6) PTR, Aynor, SC
7) Daniel Defense, Ridgeland, SC
8) Daniel Defense, Black Creek, GA
9) MasterPiece Arms, Comer, GA
10) Lothar Walthar Precision, Cumming, GA
11) Knight’s Armament, Titusville, FL
12) Kel-Tec, Cocoa, FL
13) Diamondback, Cocoa, FL
14) Taurus/Rossi, Miami, FL
15) Heritage Manf., Miami, FL
16) Doublestar, Winchester, KY
17) Remington/Marlin, Mayfield, KY
18) Beretta, Gallatin, TN
19) Barrett, Murfreesboro, TN
20) Remington, Huntsville, AL
21) Steyr Arms, Bessemer, AL
22) Wilson Combat, Berryville, AR
23) Daisy Manf., Rogers, AR
24) Bond Arms, Granbury, TX
25) American Derringer, Waco, TX
26) STI Int’l, Georgetown, TX
27) High Standard/AMT, Houston, TX
28) Mossberg, Eagle Pass, TX
29) BPI Outdoors, Duluth, GA
30) Walther Arms, Fort Smith, AR
31) Nighthawk Custom, Berryville, AR
32) Surgeon Arms, Prague, OK
33) Shield/Texas Black Rifle, Shiner, TX
34) Alexander Arms, Radford, VA
35) Jarrett Rifles, Jackson, SC
36) American Tactical, Summerville, SC
37) Glock, Smyrna, GA
38) Core Rifle Systems, Ocala, FL
39) SCCY, Daytona Beach, FL
40) Ares Defense, Melbourne, FL
41) Serbu, Tampa, FL
42) Colt Competition, Breckenridge, TX


  1. Ya know, I heard old timers say that the south was handicapped in the civil war by not having weapons companies in the south, I guess next time they won't have that problem, huh ?????

  2. Replies
    1. We ain't doing too bad, ain't we. :)

    2. Nope. And I'm loving it! Possession is 9/10th's of the law. Now all we have to do is protect them!

  3. Daisy is famous for BB guns, I did not know they built firearms

    1. Looks like just BB and pellet guns, but they do have quite a variety.

    2. They did have a brief flirtation with manufacturing .22LR rifles in the early 60's. An example I saw at a gun show had no serial number and rather unimpressive overall. Despite their rarity, the can be had for relatively little money, when you can find one.

    3. Thanks, I didn't know now that and checked Gunbroker where there are a good number with many prices.

  4. Barnes Precision Machine, Apex NC....

  5. Larue Tactical: 850 CR 177, Leander Tx 78641. Great stuff from these guys too!