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 Model 1885 Single Shot. It was the first and last production Browning rifle manufactured in Ogden. Photo courtesy the Cody Firearms Museum.
United States Business Facilities.
In addition, Browning has extensive facilities in Morgan, Utah and in Arnold, Missouri. The Morgan, Utah address has been a tradition of Browning for well over half a century. Starting with the original "Route 1 Morgan Utah," and now listed as "One Browning Place, Morgan, Utah." "One Browning Place" is actually the road leading to our sprawling facility. Our offices here handle all the business functions of the company and are the home to our primary research and development division (R&D). Our Morgan offices are just about 15 minutes up a canyon from Ogden, Utah where John M. Browning was born and where he designed all his revolutionary rifles, shotguns and pistols. If you own a Browning, it was most likely designed by John M. Browning or right here in Morgan -- and shot and tested just a few yards from where this information was written. (We can hear the test firing all day from all our offices -- music to the ears!). Customer Service, Advertising, Website functions, accounting, sales, etc., are all performed in our rural setting not far from the town of Morgan.
The area surrounding our facility is a mix of residential and rural. Browning remains a primary economic contributor to the Morgan county economy and is proud to support the local families who benefit from employment at Browning and those who benefit by supporting them with community services.